Twenty-two year-old rapper and producer out of Toronto, Devontée, self-released his song “Godspeed”[ft. Joey Bada$$]. You may have heard of this under-appreciated talent when he was credited with coining the phrase “WOE,” as made famous by Drake. Devontée displays his mellow bars and smooth lyricism, and Joey Bada$$ comes in fully charged for his feature. I was pleasantly surprised by this track, Devontée is now on my radar. Check out “Godspeed below.
I’ve personally been focusing on a lot of UK music lately. Specifically grime, JONES was a nice reminder to me that London has a lot of different, very good, music coming out. And that there’s a genre outside of hip hop and rap. Give her track “HOOPS” a listen below. She’s got a beautiful voice that moves wonderfully over the production on “HOOPS.”
Sonny Digital absolutely bodies everything about this track. From the production to the instrument selection to the use of his voice, this is cool, and different. A lot of people probably won’t like this, but I’m gonna be hitting play over and over again for the next few days. Listen for yourself below and let us know if you’re digging it in the comment section.
TeamSESH members Curtis Heron and Bones unite together as one on this beautiful, painfully short track titled “Why Do They Do It.” Curtis’ dark, moody production and Bones’ melancholic crooning create a perfect harmony, Check out the song below and let us know what you think.
Chance The Rapper comes back as a solo act on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to debut his latest single “Angels” featuring another Chicago artist Saba. This sounds just what you would expect from a follow up to Acid Rap. Don’t miss out on this hot track. Be on the lookout for more on Chance’s third mixtape and stream “Angels” below.