The Best Of Rap Volume 24

Updated: May 16

To begin the day the right way we have Primitive x Supaadry - "Forever Grateful" is a single that has bars on top of bars and the instrumental makes you just want to put the single on repeat. Matt Nye - "You Hurt Me" is an emotional single that really pulls you into what the artist is saying in the single over the moody guitar. lil ole g - "damn" is a single that is reminiscent to Meghan The Estallion big time to us when it comes down to thick confident vocals, lil ole g has it. Akira Gautama - "westside" is a single that feels influenced by memphis here in the way that we get 36Mafia here with the flows. HTF PAPA - "ELEMENTS (MANHOOD)" is a single that is luscious and moody with the pads and the artist just lays fire back to back. Graphene - "Post Meridiem" delivers concious vocals over the emotional instrumental full of vocal samples to really get you in a deep state as a Drake record does. FlexpackFACE - "Rachet" is a very bright single and clear cut, we think the artist has what it takes to stand out amongst the crowd. Jack Spencer - "Imagine" is reminiscent to SkiMask The Slump God and XXXTentacionthe, the artist exudes confidence on the record. Muncy - "Run it Back" is a vintage record that is reminiscent to what was coming out of the east coast in the 90's to the early 00's the boom bap record premieres concious real world lyrics. harley mac/dude wit the beats - "Firestick" is a single that is a bit reminiscent to Lil Uzi in the sense that the instrumental is a rager, the new phenomenon of late 2021/ early 2022. Sleepy Lexx - "Purpose & Purp" is a single that is reminiscent to Future, the artist has thick and full vocals that take up the entire space of the track with its rich low end. Jonathan Shapiro - "Why You Care Now" delivers a single that is reminiscent to The Kid Laroi here in the way that the rapper is truly using his vocals over the tougher instrumental and still passing as rap because he is indeed rapping as well. Jose Not José - "Fog" is a single about grind and commitment, the artist fast paced style gives us a hint and flavor of kendrick lamar influence. KUB x J Don - "Frostbite" reminds us of Lil Baby here, the instrumental makes you want to keep moving and absolutely not stop, the artist do a great job at taking turns here in a way that gives us Durk x Lil Baby.


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