HNHH's Underrated Audio recaps the under-the-radar tracks you might have missed last week (April 25 - May 1).
Underrated Audio is back on our mission to supply you with exciting new music you may have missed upon initial browsing, from artists who haven't quite broken the mainstream. The talent is there, the quality uncut.
As we near summer, we're starting to wonder whose season will it actually be? Drizzy made the first move, jumping on the stunning success of Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen," and adding his own verse to Fetty's most recent hit, "My Way." He's tried this formula before, and we might just have another "Tuesday" on our hands. Then it was Flacko's turn who surprised us by dropping a huge collaboration with Miguel & Mark Ronson over a Rod Steward sample. Clearly his time in London was well-spent. Then there's Kanye, who changed his album's title from So Help Me God to... SWISH. Why? Who knows, but it was front page news nonetheless.
With so many moves being made by our most beloved celebrities, it's easy to let a week's worth of underground gold pass by into obscurity. That's what we're here for, and that's just what we've got in this edition of Underrated Audio.
Scroll all the way through to find this week's winner!
We've combined today's tracks into one playlist, so sit back, and enjoy this week's underground heat.