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Go – [$NOT]

I feel like with every single new release from $NOT, I find myself consistently enjoying him more and more. I’m just overwhelmed at the fact that he’s seriously one of the most dexterous, versatile artists in the entire music industry, and while way too many people sleep on him, in my personal opinion, his real fans know exactly what kind of skill he brings to the table. This past weekend, I had the pleasure of seeing him live for the second time (my first time being during his insane set at the Summer Smash), and it’s safe to say that his live shows don’t disappoint whatsoever. He had the crowd jumping from the front to the back, getting each and every fan there into every song he performed before even jumping into the crowd and getting a first-hand look at the chaos that was going down in this hoard of people. He also performed a few unreleased songs that got me excited for what is to come, and even though I typically don’t love when artists perform unreleased songs because it can be hard to get into them live without knowing the words or the rhythm, I made an exception …

All of it – [Yeat] ft. [Yung Kayo]

Few artists have had a come-up quite like Yeat, but I couldn’t think of a more deserving artist to receive all of the credit he has been over the past few months. He has been in the music game for years, but after being as patient and hardworking as he has been, he is finally seeing some incredible results, and fans are flocking in his direction every single second. Not only does he have one of the most intriguing, unique voices in the entire industry, but his output is nothing short of incredible, and if you miss one song, another one will be out before you know it. The other thing that’s so impressive is the fact that he appeals to so many different fanbases, so whether you’re a fan of drill, hardcore rap, hyperpop, or any other genre there is, there’s definitely a good shot that Yeat will be right up your alley. Most recently, he teamed up with Yung Kayo for their song “All of it”, and the results are exactly as energetic and lively as you’d expect. In the Synthetic-produced beat, you’ll hear some animated, enthusiastic synths that combine with chattering percussion and booming drums, so while …

Cmon – [Yeat] [Moshpxt]

Without a doubt, Portland, Oregon artist Yeat is unquestionably the most exciting and simultaneously groundbreaking artist to emerge in the past year, despite having been making noise in the underground for almost four years. He has been constantly innovating with his deliveries and melodic patterns but still lacked production that was both recognizable enough and captivating enough to fully realize the sound that we love him for now. The duo of Moshpxt and Jack Rottier also deserves a great deal of credit when looking at the meteoric rise of Yeat, as it was Moshpxt who helped Yeat first grab everyone’s attention this year with their now classic song and video to “Sorry Bout Dat” which was just the jumping off point for Yeat’s run. “Cmon” is the intro track to Yeat’s most recent project Up 2 Me which is easily my favorite underground release of the year and is certain to be a verified cult-classic in the underground world. I could watch this video over and over and never get bored and I like the emphasis Moshpxt placed on the actual car-racing element of the video, as Yeat’s music is likely responsible for dozens of reckless driving offenses since first coming out, …

Gët Busy – [YEAT]

Over the past few months, it has been rare for me to go a day without hearing the name YEAT, and I figured it was about time that I tapped in. Luckily, when I was hanging out with my brother over the weekend, we went down a rabbit hole of his music and I feel as if I have a very sturdy understanding of the Portland rapper’s skill set, yet he seems to surprise me on every new song he releases. Not only was it time that I got in tune, but when I saw him kicking it with Drake over the weekend as well, I knew that he was an artist that means business, and I couldn’t ignore him any longer. I’m so glad this awakening happened too, because with his most recent Flansie and Skimayne song “Gët Busy”, he shows that he is truly a force to be reckoned with, and I am so happy that he’s on my radar now. The song itself is very diverse, giving him a foundation to show off his versatile sounds and very intriguing vocals that are constantly switching up with pretty much every line he delivers, giving us a mixture of …