heatseekers

  • JayScho is a 21 yr old new rapper from Daytona Beach, FL. While he's already had a few songs take off regionally, the emcee is ready to take his reach to a bigger scale.On "Famous", Jay takes on a crazy, harp-led instrumental, which almost sounds like it came straight out of The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time.
  • Jimmy Graves puts on for his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana on "317," named for the city's area code.
  • Shane Hamlet is an up-and-coming aritst who describes himself as a "21st Century Renaissance Man, Rapper, DJ, Cameraman, International Man of Mystery, CEO of Smooth Family Ent., Legend in Training."
  • Starting to make music at the young age of 14, Mohamed Allam aka Wifi started working on his first studio album at the age of 16 and now continues to make music for the fans working on his second studio album that will release sometime this year.
  • Kamos a rapper from the Bronx. His name is defined as power born by God; or freedom and liberation in Hindu. The aspiring emcee has laid-back but very sincere delivery, which he displays on his new track, "MYFB".
  • Cekary describes himself as "a motivated 19 year-old Rapper from Brooklyn, NY," and on "Temptation," his track that's been selected for Heatseeker, his hunger is audible.
  • The first of our four Heatseeker tracks this weekend comes from Persyce, who has offered the following description of himself:
  • Reverb is an up-and-coming rapper from Toronto. At age 17, he shows a very impressive technical ability, channelling classic 90s styles in a way similar to Joey Bada$$, and never letting his flow get too simplistic.
  • Marrell Jones is an 18 year old rapper, currently studying at Oklahoma State University.
  • Noey's powerful track "Hear Me" is one of this weekend's Heatseekers. The MC spits passionately on this well-produced track, giving us a very promising introduction to his music. Noey describes himself as follows:
  • Though most of our Heatseekers tend to be solo acts, there's no rule against groups, and so the trio ANOFTA has been selected today, on the strength of their song "Zone With Me." The group describes themselves thusly:
  • JUS' "Money Over Everything (MOE)" is a jazzy cut that begins by cribbing bars from "C.R.E.A.M.," and goes on to tell of the rapper's acquisition of wealth. He describes himself as:
  • Bobby Trilla's "I Love It" is a triumphant ode to haters that boasts great rapping from Trilla. The young MC describes himself rather interestingly, saying:
  • While many New York artists choose to represent their city by looking backwards-- 'bringing back' the sound that the region made its name off in the 90s --G.
  • SLM is a rapper, producer, and singer songwriter from San Fransisco, California. The rapper has many markings of a talent to watch, but most prominently a unique sound and personality. He's working on his second album after recently releasing his debut album Iceberg.
  • Our fourth and final Heatseeker this weekend is J Skillz, whose "Steppin'" impressed us. Hailing from New York, Skillz turns out a bonafide banger here.
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