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.
Scott Free is now new to the rap game, he has previously been an affiliate of Rick Ross’ MMG label in the past. Straight from Miami Scott Free shares the title track for his most recent EP “How To Live” which features Rocko. The visual which can be seen below shows Scott in his element, living the cool life with a bad chick on his side.
2 Nataliya – Honest
After spending the last few years as a successful songwriter for other artists including Jason Derulo, Little Mix, Tori Kelly, Hey Violet, Anne Marie and more, Nataliya makes her debut as an artist with a genuine and refreshing R&B/Pop single Honest.
Listen below or here
3Ghodsy – Coming Down
Seattle rapper and UC Berkeley graduate Ghodsy comes correct with his new track Coming Down. In search of a break through into the music scene Ghodsy quit his 9 to 5 job to follow his music dreams.
Listen to “Coming Down” below and share your thoughts.
4 Grey Matter – They Know (Feat. Flexx Tyler)
Hip Hop duo Grey Matter releases a new single “They Know” featuring UK Rapper/Producer Flexx Tyler. Every element of the song is ear-catching. With the dark sample production, melodic hook, and extremely impressive lyricism, this song is a “must add” to your playlist. Be sure to follow Grey Matter & Flexx Tyler on social media to stay updated on new music.
5 Juss James – Raw White
“Raw White” is a gritty, trap-infused hybrid track mixed with infectious flows and hard-hitting punchlines by Juss James. This track is sure to take the listener on a roller-coaster ride through a lyrical theme park consisting of cultured topics consisting of 5-star restaurants, luxury hotels, designer clothing, federal prisons, million-dollar schemes, and metaphorical, NBA-level bars.
6 Sash – Libido
Francisco-based artist Sash delivers one of his catchiest and most melodic singles to date with “Libido,” an addictive cut about what happens when you allow temptations to continue getting the best of you.
Sash is definitely intent on no longer letting his “Libido” run the show. He actually declares his mission statement in the opening bars: “I don’t need anyone next to me/ Money and power’s the recipe/ You got a good little piece of me/ The devil’s got all of the rest of me.” And yet, he can’t stop giving in—and that’s just one part of what makes this song both relatable and full of replay value.
7 Tree Thomas – Lessons Part II
Tree Thomas follows up his 2015 single LESSONS with LESSONS Part II. What doesn’t kill us definitely makes us stronger, and also teaches what to do when in the situation again. In LESSONS, Tree serenades his female listeners with gems on getting over heart break and most importantly, learning from them.