Underrated Audio aims to provide you with some dope looks from the last seven days that flew under most peoples' radars. While they may have received front-page placement on HNHH, they didn't get as many views as they deserve, so we shine a little more light on them right here.
After seeing his DJ Mustard-produced single "24 Hours" explode as his first solo hit, Cali crooner Teeflii is now gearing up for his debut album. Today, he drops "Change Your World," a new single from Starr, which drops on December 9th.
Teeflii's "24 Hours" seems to be just starting to pick up a notable buzz, of course, having Chris Brown and Trey Songz remix your track never hurts. The song which is produced by DJ Mustard and originally featured 2 Chainz now gets a remix courtesy of DJ Carisma and the artist himself, calling upon New York's
We premiered the new mixtape from singer/songwriter/sometimes-producer Eric Bellinger moments ago. The new effort, Choose Up Season, contains nine new records for the fans, including appearances from Teyana Taylor, The Game, TeeFlii and Pleasure P.
Pushaz Ink artist Slim 400 will release his tape Keepin It 400 on the 4th of July, and we're very excited to hear the full thing. A few days ahead time, though, Slim's given us another track from the project.
TeeFLii has sung over his share of Mustard beats. His tape from last year, Fireworks was full of them, and he also recently showed up on YG's "Do It To Ya", which of course, also found the condiment-named DJ behind the boards.
Daz Dillinger pops up today with a new remix, this time tackling a fellow Left Coaster's track. YG dropped his debut album My Krazy Life last week, and it became an instant hit. One of the album's more jazzy tracks is directed towards the ladies, the TeeFlii-featured "Do It To Ya."
Underrated Audio is here to provide you with choice cuts from the past week that seemed to be over-looked by the average viewer-- meaning they didn't get as many views as they deserved. This week we've got six tracks spanning the genres of r'n'b and hip-hop, including one that's not necessarily either.