A bite sized showcase of our picks for the best underrated tracks of the month!
The Party – Portraits of Tracy
This funky tune is the latest release from rising Louisiana rapper, Portraits of Tracy. The song features angelic vocals laid over an undeniably ethereal beat, both perfectly synergized through first class production, all done by Portraits of Tracy themself. “The Party” is the first promotional single for the artist’s upcoming album, “Drive Home,” (set to release summer 2023) and an absolute must spin this month.
Come Eat Wit Us – Young Scooter & EST Gee
The Black Migo Gang CEO, Young Scooter teams up with Louisville rapper, EST Gee on this fast paced dealer’s anthem! The duo shine bright on this track, with both artists delivering hard hitting verses, and Scooter performing the song’s exceptionally catchy hook with bravado. One of the most underrated releases of the month, “Come Eat Wit Us” is a solid spin for fans of rap, trap, and east coast sounds.
Myself – Yeat
Yeat glides across an alternative inspired beat on this outro from the 23-year-old Californian’s latest studio album “Afterlyfe.” The song boasts ghastly vocals and somber lyrics that are well contrasted by the track’s subtly upbeat, string heavy instrumental. Overall, Yeat manages to encapsulate the feeling of a bittersweet goodbye on the album’s send-off song. “Myself” is a slight change of pace from most Yeat songs, but definitely worth the listen for Yeat fans and newcomers alike!
Pancake – Young Nudy
“Pancake” is track #2 on Young Nudy’s new studio album, “Gumbo.” The song features a completely captivating beat, engineered to perfection, and paired with the smooth Young Nudy bars we’ve come to expect from the East Atlantan. This track is yet another underrated listen from February, and a perfect addition to any high energy hip-hop or workout playlist.
Out On Bond – Babytron
ShittyBoyz front man Babytron succeeds in delivering his unique blend of lyrical prowess and effortlessly comedic punchlines on “Out On Bond.” from his latest EP of the same name. The 22-year old Michigan rapper uses the track as a way to (rather impolitely) update fans on his current situation, dropping the project following his real life arrest and release on bond in his home state. One of the most fun listens from all of February, and an absolute must for Babytron fans.