BZ, Vonzell Sly, Race Banyon and more front our BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week

15.10.21

LISTEN TO FIVE OF THE HOTTEST TRACKS FROM OUR CAREFULLY CRAFTED PLAYLIST SHOWCASING A NUMBER OF UNDER-THE-RADAR ARTISTS

Incorporating talent from across the globe, check out our five Tracks of the Week taken from our meticulously-curated BRAND NEW playlist showcasing some of the most exciting up-and-coming talents around.

1. BZ – ‘No Rules’

With his potent blends of Afro influenced production and hip hop cadence, rising South London rapper BZ is one of the brightest prospects about right now. On his latest single ‘No Rules’, BZ channels the un-flinching confidence of stars such as Pa Salieu and BackRoad Gee, using his weighty flows and cut-throat wordplay to glide through the track’s shadowy instrumental.

2. Vonzell Sly – ‘Dali Face Bandit’

You could describe Florida-based rapper Vonzell Sly as a jack of all trades due to his un-filtered creativity when it comes to toasting his tracks. Existing somewhere between old school hip hop and head-banging mosh music, his new single ‘Dali Face Bandit’ is a serious return to form.

3. Race Banyon – ‘Attention’

There’s something about the energy of a great tech house track that just can’t seem to be matched. Sprinkling pensive synth lines over a driving 4×4 beat, New Zealand producer Race Banyon’s latest single ‘Attention’ proves exactly that. The new cut marks Banyon’s first full single this year and it’s one you won’t want to miss out on.

4. Slaters – ‘Fallout’

Comprised of Al Carlson and Alex Craig, writer-producer duo Slaters are back after a lengthy hiatus from releasing singles of their own. The pair’s new offering ‘Fallout’ showcases their distinctive production skills, making use of a series of synth-heavy grooves and pop-charged melodies.

5. The Babylon Club – ‘Texas Two Step’

Taken from their debut EP ‘Welcome to The Fertile Crescent’, hip hop two-piece The Babylon Club present ‘Texas Two Step’. Comprised of moody, nonchalant flows and a chopped-up boom bap beat, the track shows the benefits of keeping it simple with a sound which channels the likes of Earl Sweatshirt and MIKE.

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