Detroit's Chri$ Born's gives us a grimy gangsta rap banger with "New King". It's not for the meek, but if you're looking for something tough, then turn up to "New King".
    Creative Gold is a 21-year-old MC outta Brooklyn making a lot of noise early in his career. His debut mixtape, Dirty Jordans, featured tracks produced by TDE producer The Antydote (Isaiah Rashad & Smoke DZA's "Ronnie Drake"). 
    Brooklyn's T-Will impressed us last week with "East Coast Nights", and now he's back with a worthy follow-up, "One Day At a Time". T-Will goes just as hard this time around, with relentless bars, bringing his story to life.
    We met King Meshach outta Plainfield, NJ last week, and he's back again with another bangin' single, "Check No Flex". This is a turn-up song that still boasts enough complex lyricism to warrant repeat listens.
    Vann is an Atlanta based artist originally hailing from Boston. He made our Heatseekers last year with "Move On", and now he's back in a big way with "Planes, Trains & Automobiles", showing real artistic maturity.
    King Meshach hails from the rough streets of Plainfield, NJ, and he comes to Heatseekers with a story to tell. On his latest track, "Next King", he comes with all sorts of fire over a turnt-up production from BigSoundz.
    We haven't heard many rappers from Delaware, but we definitely like the style of BONESRIVERSIDE from Wilmington. With "Word Around Down", he's definitely got the street heat to put the city on his back.
    Fenix brings the heat with "She Know", and cracks this week's Heatseekers. "She Know" shows off Fenix's complex lyrics as well as his ability to deliver a track that's well suited for the club.
    Sonny is a 24-year-old rapper from Brownsville in Brooklyn. He started as a producer, but he's recently picked up rapping, and he has the talent to run with it.
    Tae Woodz is a young rapper from Norfolk, VA who's impressed us with his latest track "$ummerof95". The track is a smooth-burning, track full of nostalgia, but still totally fresh.
    Truf is a young artist from Hattiesburg, Mississipi, and he shows major potential with "Mine Too", the lead single off his EP of the same name.
    T-will is a young emcee from Brooklyn who's got serious skills. On "East Coast Nights", he brings the heat with rapid-fire bars and witty rhymes to match.
    Meet TOKES, our latest Heatseeker outta New Jersey. We haven't heard much from him before, but "Tell Ya" is a strong debut. There's a club influence in TOKES' raps, and he's got the timing to match this wavy beat, produced by CHRIS JVCKSON.
    Young Jules is a witty wordsmith outta Charlotte, NC. He just put out a mixtape, Coastin, and we're sharing the title track with you. "Coastin" is a laid-back track that rides along to bumpy synths and Jules' flexible rhymes.
    YoungN', which happens to stand for Your Ordinary Unique Negatively Good Nigga, is a rising rapper from Virginia Beach. He's already got five mixtapes to his name, which gets bigger with each subsequent release.
    Tre Guapo is a rising artist out of Pittsburgh. His latest, "Like This", is a slow-burning jam in which Tre lays down the art of seduction without letting long-term feelings come into the mix.
    Chicago rapper Keith drops a hot single "Squad Goin Up" that's getting play on 92.3. Though Keith hails from Chicago, you can hear an Atlanta influence in his raps. Just like Thugga, he's all "About the Money".
    Jason "Jet" Jones is a 23-year-old rapper/producer currently living in Hawaii. When he graduated from high school in 2009, he began rapping and making beats and found he had a penchant for both.
    Veto Da Vet hails from Alexandria, Louisiana, and his all-out intensity on the mic mirrors the Dirty South street raps that we know and love. Veto also produces his own tracks, and his dedication to the craft is undeniable.
    Among our newest class of Heatseekers is Odysseus, hailing all the way from Long Beach, CA.
    Meet Mitch Felito, our newest Heatseeker. Felito was raised in Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Bushwick and started rapping when he was 18 years old. He released 1992 EP in April 2014 on Soundcloud. 
    Meet Mitch Felito, our newest Heatseeker. Felito was raised in Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Bushwick and started rapping when he was 18 years old. He released 1992 EP in April 2014 on Soundcloud. 
    Our newest Heatseeker is 19-year old Coley Mart. Mart was born in Edinburg, TX and raised in Douglas, GA. A quick journey over to Google Maps reveals that Edinburg sits on the Texas-Mexico border and Douglas is a small town in southern Georgia.
    Christian "Lil Kilo" McDaniel aka "LO$A", is a 19 y/o artist out of Greenville, SC. As a child, he's grown up around music on a daily basis with his mother being a radio personality and his father also being a musician.
    OG.eniu$ is a group from Woodbridge, VA composed of Hugo Black and El Screwup. They produce and record all of their songs on their own. This particular song is from their recent project In Your Dreamz.
    Austin Jay is a 17-year-old artist and producer from Northwest Indiana, just 15 minutes south of Chicago. His self-produced debut mixtape, Lost in Space, is dropping by the end of May, and will introduce a unique mixture of R&B and hip-hop.
    A Godbody movement with next level sounds. Based out of the fort worth Dallas area.
    Our first Heatseeker of the week comes from MKZ, whose song "Hunger Games" has been selected. The DMV rapper writes the following about himself: