Here is the list of top hip-hop music we discover this week for your dance
Yung Gravy – Gas Money
Off the heels of Yung Gravy’s largest debuting single to date, “yup!,” he brings you “Gas Money.” It’s the second single off the Platinum rapper’s second album Gasanova arriving on October 2nd. Additionally, Yung Gravy launched a Gasanova inspired merch collection with Pizzaslime.
Big Nash – Autobahn
Big Nash brings us some banger stuff inspired by many good artists. In his single Autobahn you can clearly hear some inspiration from Missy Elliot. For sure its time to listen some hot stuff.
ARIA, Lady Ocean – To the Face
‘To the Face’ tells the story of ignorance, avoiding responsibility, and self-indulgence. On the heels of Bleu Chanel (Na-No Remix) which amassed 25+ million streams across DSPs & feature on Spotify Dance Rising, ‘To the Face’ is a collab between ARIA & Lady Ocean.
from Dancerpoject: we love this one cause of its good mixes of different genres, like Dancehall, Trap, and Hip-Hop. Surely it’s a banger for your speakers.
Wombino – Big Cypress
Wombino wrote the song when he came back home in Orlando, FL (that’s why it’s got a more southern feel to it.). Planning on dropping a music video with the single a week or two after the release. And this is a good hip hop music for your dance.
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Mundu – Brag and Boast
South London’s Michael Kiggundu better known as MUNDU returns with his latest offering ‘Brag & Boast’, a chilled-out yet bouncy fusion of R&B, hip-hop, and trap produced by Kaelin Ellis and an accompanying music video directed by Kiaren.
APloudre – Bounce
Upbeat, gritty and super energetic expressive song that gets the whole room bouncing!
Jordan Baumstark – Routine
Definitely has a vintage aesthetic all the way around. This is a modern take on the music I loved growing up with. “This shit is coming easy, it’s all Routine”. This one has really good old school vibes, that all Hip-Hop dancers love for their freestyle.
tristaño – Gratuity (feat. Zado)
This is a collaboration with st. Louis based rapped Zado. this track addresses the current social situation in my city regarding mike brown. Zado is an up and coming new artist in the city with a heavy pen.
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