Top instrumental submissions EP4 July 2021

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

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Hoffy Beats x Ricardo Schneider x Jonny Alias – “Timeless”

Danish producers Hoffy Beats and Jonny Alias team up with Brazilian producer Ricardo Schneider for this heartfelt and reflective track titled “Timeless.” The track is built on soft keys, solemn textures and tones that flow over soft drum grooves

 

 

Lubin Beta – “Summer Rain”

 

Swiss producer Lubin Beta thrills us again with his new release “Summer Rain” where he embodies the euphoria and warmth of summer rain. The smooth textures are pronounced and have a nostalgic feel with their lush guitars and melodic arrangement.

Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube, Bandcamp, Spotify, TikTok

Vicstradamus – “Pathbreaker”

 

Vicstradamus delivers “Pathbreaker” for us this week. The track has a mellow and reflective feel, the drums are soft and the slow build-up is engaging too. An interesting fusion of trippy synths and pulsating basslines.

Get it on SoundCloud, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer, Bandcamp

 

 

Repeter T – “Smokin Trees”

Repeter T  comes forth with the funky beat titled “Smokin Trees” where he blends boom-bap drum grooves, lush funky guitars and heavy basslines. He even throws in various vocal samples from vetean rappers.

Get it on SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer

 

axmaxv – “Calabass”

Axmaxv’s “Calabass” is a high-energy instrumental that blends the worlds of trap, traditional rhythmic grooves from Guadeloupe, and vocal chants to match. It is quite vibrant and engaging from start to finish.

 

 

 

CaliCronk – “Remember”

 

CaliCronk makes us “Remember” the good times on his new release. The bass guitar-heavy, lofi textured beat is soothing and somewhat reflective as well.

 

Get it on Deezer, YouTube, Apple Music.

 

 

80% Cacao – “Luma”

 

 

80% Cacao shares the new single  “Luma” from his Luma EP. The track is a brilliant piece that will induce beautiful nostalgic memories in the listener. From the dreamy textures, alluring keys, and pads, he layers it perfectly from start to finish.

 

 

 

TJ Holiday – “What if You Fly”

TJ Holiday delivers an uplifting and inspiring instrumental titled  “What if You Fly.” The production has a bright texture ripe with lush keys, smooth alluring vocal samples, and groovy drums to match the vibrant energy.

Get it on  Apple Music, SoundCloud, Deezer, YouTube.

 

DaMarcus VanBuren – “Vibe Check III”

DaMarcus VanBuren comes through with “Vibe Check III,” ripe with punchy trap drums, dark and trippy synths that keeps listeners tuned in from start to finish.

Get it on YouTube, SoundCloud, Deezer,

 

 

Carl C Beats x John Paul Lopez – “The City”

Carl C Beats is not new to us and on his new release titled “The City” he teams up with John Paul Lopez and the result is a soothing and cinematic beat. It’s built on dreamy horns, reflective keys, and punchy boom-bap drum grooves.

 

LBL – “Link Cable”

 

German producer LBL blends a solid mix of cinematic textures, vocal samples, boom-bap drums grooves with video-game-inspired synths. It sounds like those 8-bit games on Gameboy for real. He also throws in some dope vocal cuts from legendary emcees such as RZA, Tash from Tha Liks, and more.

 

Gas-Lab – “Ancestors”

 

 

 

Argentinian multi-instrumentalist Gas-Lab shares his new release “Ancestors” with us this week. The laidback jazz-infused track is ripe with heavenly horns, soothing melodic piano chords, and soft drum grooves to complete the job.
The single is part of his forthcoming album Jazz Cats.

Get it on Apple MusicYouTubeDeezer

 

AAOM – “Calor”

 

Mexican producer AAOM gets our attention with his violin-driven piece titled “Calor.” The track has a moody vibe with its low-toned bassline, off-kilter sound design, and textures and soft drum grooves.
Get it on Apple MusicSoundCloudYouTubeDeezer

 

 

 

HashFinger – “Boogie”

 

HashFinger delivers this cinematic and punchy track titled “Boogie” which serves as the final track from his new album Eighths. The track is ripe with gripping guitars, scenic textures, punchy drum grooves, and a scratched vocal hook using lines from classic rap tracks. Get the entire project on Bandcamp

Get it on YouTubeApple MusicSpotifyDeezer

 

 

Cutterz – “Sitting in the Dark”

 

UK producer Cutterz makes his entry on our site with “Sitting in the Dark.” A smooth reflective beat ripe with lush moody keys and nostalgia-inducing textures. It’s From the forthcoming album Walk on set for release in early 2022.

Get it on DeezerYouTubeApple Music

 

 

Pico Panesa – “Trpw”

 

Pico Panesa goes for a moody and cinematic vibe on “Trpw” The melody here reminds me of 50 Cent‘s “Wankster” but with a more sinister tone.

Get it on SoundCloudApple MusicYouTubeDeezer

 

KristianK – “Floating Away”

 

Irish producer KristianK‘s new release “Floating Away” is a sublime and funky tune ripe with a plethora of sounds. From dreamy textures, funky basslines, airy vocal samples, and soft drums to complete the job.
“Floating Away” is taken from his new EP The One .

 

Frictionless – “Mystery”

 

Frictionless‘s “Mystery” is a dark cinematic beat ripe with ominous strings and pads but the drums are punchy too.

Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify, Deezer

 

 

 

 

oh, my. – “Sonder”

 

Swedish producer oh, my. taps into the spirit of Spring season on his new release titled “Sonder.” The track is somber and ripe with smooth keys, warm textures, and soft drums to match.

 

Tom Forte – “When I’m Feeling Down”

 

UK producer Tom Forte shares this poignant beat titled “When I’m Feeling Down” which was produced the day he quit his job. The track is punchy and makes use of craftily chopped vocal and soul samples. He throws in some funky guitar riffs as well.

Tellingbeatzz – “Trouble”

 

German producer Tellingbeatzz brings “Trouble” to our doorstep with his brand of offbeat and cinematic instrumentation. From the moody textures, punchy sparsely arranged drums, and low tone keys to match. This is the second single taken from his latest album.

 

 

Blackbird Belle – “The Sum of the Lonely”

 

Canadian producer Blackbird Belle closes the playlist with “The Sum of the Lonely” a soothing and reflecting beat ripe with lush guitar riffs, dreamy textures, and soft drum grooves that keeps listeners enticed all the way.

Get it on SoundCloud, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, Deezer

ST3PH and Parris Wright team up for “EYE Remember” [video]

St3ph teams up with producer/artist  Parris Wright for a solid collaboration titled “EYE Remember.” The track blends a smooth guitar line with a moody punchy drum groove that serves as the perfect backdrop for the duo to deliver their distinct musical styles.

Get “EYE Remember” on Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer.

 

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WesWill goes into retro mode on “Friday”

WesWill shares a new single “Friday” that showcases his versatile style. Over the laidback R&B-infused production, he switches between melodic raps, fast flows, and a chilled hazy alluring chorus to match.

 

“Friday” is the first track from WesWill’s recently released Open 24 Hours EP

WesWill, 25, is an independent rapper/singer/producer from Cleveland, OH. Since the age of 16, he has been honing a unique style that combines tongue twisting flows with smooth crooning and harmonic undertones. Much of the soul found in his music derives from the tunes his family played around him, and singing in the church choir when he was younger. In middle school he discovered Dj Quik, Bone Thugs n Harmony, and Do or Die, falling in love with how they utilized different melodies within their raps. He then decided to create his own sound, while learning how to produce and engineer himself. Wes studies the game and makes his own sport.

Get “Friday” on Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer, Audiomack

Keep up with WesWill | SoundCloud: Twitter: Instagram

Token shares video for “Sip” [video]

Token shares the visual for his single “Sip” which hypothetically looks at being under the influence and texting his ex.  The production by Jon Glass has a sublime and relaxing vibe that matches Sip’s laidback flow and evocative lyrics. On the single’s meaning, Token says, “Sip”’ is a drunk text to my ex that I never sent. It’s me toasting and celebrating what’s going on in my life, but just wishing she was here to celebrate with me.” “Sip” also displays Token’s range as an artist, showcasing his softer vocals with a lyrical tone that’s more introspective and vulnerable from his past work.

The visual is quite eye-grabbing and makes use of performance shots with Token being tipsy and pulling crazy antics in full view of bar patrons who watch in despair. It is directed by Ben Proulx and Token himself.

Stream and download “Sip” on all DSPs here.

Token was featured in 2019’s Fast & Furious Hobbs & Shaw motion picture soundtrack with “All Roads Lead Home (Hobbs & Shaw Remix)” by Ohana Bam feat. Token, The Madden 20 Soundtrack with “No Game” and Scoob! The Album from the animated film Scoob! with “Homies.” He went on to release singles “Curfew” and “30 People” in 2020 and 2021 has seen “Dentures” and “Chit Chat” so far, with a larger project coming soon.

Keep up with Token | Soundcloud: Facebook: Website: Twitter: Instagram

Rick Hyde Announces Black Soprano Family Debut Project ‘Plates 2’ W/ New “Hustler’s Prayer” Video

Rick Hyde announces his debut BSF project Plates 2, with a new single and video for “Hustler’s Prayer” featuring Heem.  Rick has been predominantly featured on all BSF projects, and more recently appeared on Benny & 38 Spesh’s Trust The Sopranos compilation, Benny’s The Plugs I Met 2 (“Survivors Remorse”), and Rick was also featured on Benny’s most recent single, “Pyrex Picasso,” which also features Conway The Machine.  Rick and BSF will also be joining Benny on his The Burden Of Plugs Tour, which will kick off in October, and touches down in 20+ cities.  To check tour dates and purchase tickets for The Burden Of Plugs Tour, please visit: Griseldaxfr.com. 

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Eddy-King is truly “Imperial” [video]

Emerging Dallas-based rapper Eddy-King states his claim on his new single “Imperial.” The track is a brass-driven anthemic cut that captures a snapshot of the rapper’s life and journey as a man and an artist. His flow is calm and laidback but punchy whenever he delivers an urgent line. He uses the track as a reminder not to sleep on his oars and always strives to be better even during the successful moments.

The visual is directed by Brooke Oboli who makes use of performance shots and a one-on-one ball game to emphasize Eddy-King’s tenacity as a competitor. Get “Imperial”  on the major DSPs here.

Eddy-King is also the founder of the Dallas-based hip-hop collective known as RGM.

Keep up with Eddy-King | SoundCloud : Twitter : Instagram

Cam Wallace Taps Wiz Khalifa For Stylish “Retail” Video

Since signing to Motown Records a couple of months ago, Houston’s Cam Wallace has been nonstop with the release of new music and videos. Today, he drops his biggest visual yet for the high-profiled single, “Retail” featuring Wiz Khalifa. For the visual, Wallace and Khalifa host their own fashion show with their unique style, surrounded by a mob of beautiful women adorning the drip.

Wallace is best known for this production credits on the Jay-Z and Beyonce cut “Upgrade U” and works with B.O.B., Chris Brown and Young Jeezy, but his collaboration with the Taylor Gang Hancho is his defining moment as he transitions from behind the scenes to the limelight. “Wiz always brings the ultimate vibes to any record he’s on,” he says about working with Wiz Khalifa on the new song. “When I heard his approach to his verse I was like oh this is perfect. He literally added another layer of cool to the record.”

“Retail” is directed by Jaimar Viray. Wiz Khalifa appears courtesy of Atlantic Records. The collaboration originally appeared on Cam Wallace’s previously released EP, 6Rings. The EP was re-released after Wallace signed to Motown Records and includes notable mentions “In The House,” “Money On The Floor” and “The Rulez.”

Both versions of “Retail” are available on all streaming platforms via Motown/UMG. After the stream, for more on Cam Wallace, follow the rising star on social media.

Watch the full video below.

Mob Dylan shares new single titled “Bare Witness”

UK alternative rap duo Mob Dylan returns to the fore with a hard-hitting jam titled “Bare Witness” which continues from their previous release. Backed by punchy drum grooves and dark cinematic textures, the lead emcee proceeds to share his thoughts on accountability within the media space and also the need to seek the truth regardless of what is presented.

“Bare Witness” is the duo’s second single and it’s a precursor to their upcoming EP.

Get “Bare Witness” on all DSPs here.

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Zion I & Deuce Eclipse – “Back To Life” (Video)

Oakland, CA emcee Zion I presents the music video for “Back To Life”, his new single out now on Boddhisattva Music. Zion trades bars with fellow Bay Area emcee Deuce Eclipse over a track produced by California beatsmith Vinroc. Zion I has brought his brand of conscious genre-blending hiphop to over two dozen releases spanning two decades, collaborating with the likes of Linkin Park (stream “Plc.4 Mie HædAmp Live”) and Black Thought (stream “Come Together”) and K. Flay (watch the music video for “Coastin”), and performing at Coachella and Rock The Bells. “Back To Life” comes on the heels of Zion’s previous single “2 Eyes” (Spotify). He says his new song “signals the emergence from pandemic life to some degree of ‘regular’ existence. As artists we thrive from interacting and being inspired by one another, so this is an important process in staying connected to who we are.”

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