With so many artists popping up every day, it’s impossible not to miss out on some fresh faces and new sounds. With that in mind, we’ll be highlighting our favorite new acts every other week via Submithub. Here are the best new artists of the first week.
1. Eso.Xo.Supreme – Cut You Off
Up and coming artist EsoXoSupreme is back with wavy new music entitled “Cut You Off” produced by DJ Pain 1.
After a success run at SXSW and a huge show at Webster Hall for his NYC debut, EsoXoSupreme is back in his lane, dropping love-inspired anthems.
“Cut You Off” finds Eso telling his lover it’s time to go in order for them to grow. Explaining that he went above and beyond the expectations of a relationship only to not see his efforts not be matched, EsoXoSupreme asks the simple question, “Why can’t you ride for me?” With a string of consistent releases this year and even more music on deck for Summer 2017, it’s only a matter of time before EsoXoSupreme is a household name.
Stream “Cut You Off” from EsoXoSupreme and DJ Pain 1 below!
2. Jared PM – Dead Battery
Jared PM releases his first single since getting out of a unsuccessful management deal, as he works on his debut project.
3. Bart Cobain – Hit & Run
The 22 year old Brussels artist has got great skills, delivering his new song Hit & Run in style. The flows and delivery says a lot about Bart Cobain as he deliver the melodic record. Listen below and share your thoughts in the comment.
4. Kaynian – Where I Come From
On this new single, DMV MC Kaynian shows his hometown pride with a melodic delivery over a booming psychedelic beat.
5. KidShyne – Way Up
Los Angeles, CA. – Allentown raised and California based rapper KidShyne releases his latest single, “Way Up,” exclusively out via BreatheHeavy. It’s the perfect track to silence the haters. When KidShyne moved from his small town in Pennsylvania to the City of Angels, he noticed a lot of his hometown friends were envious of the young rapper chasing his dreams.
The rapper says of the song, “having just moved to LA from a small town, I basically wanted to deliver the message of ‘I’m doing well’ to the homies back at home and let them know what I’ve been up to.”
KidShyne likens his sound to early G-Eazy and Hoodie Allen. He’s a perfect mix of pop and hip hop, and he aims to be a cultural influencer in through modeling and his music career. “Way Up,” is his formal introduction to the world as a rapper, and there are no doubts he’s here to stay.