With today’s endless options of music sources, it’s tough to keep up with EVERYTHING that happens week to week with new music releases. “Diggin’ The Net” series will bring a few of the songs that deserve some highlight one way or the other, whether its lyric ability, flow, production, something to get your weekend started, “Diggin’ The Net” will try and bring you some of our favorites that we came across, just like back in the day when DJ’s dug in that crate!
Chill Moody Featuring Yufi Zewdu – “Naturally”
Chill Moody is making MAJOR moves, and the hip-hop community is noticing. From his performance in NY during The Roots Picnic, brewing his own beer, a TV interview and much more, Chill drops off this smooth jam for the ladies to kick off their weekend titled “Naturally.”
“[The record] is really just celebration of women and that natural attraction we as men have for them and often times can’t contain,” says Chill Moody to The Source. The track features R&B singer/song-writer Yufi Zewdu, who also hails from Philly!
Kur – “Uptop! Uptop!”
From ATL to the BET Hip-Hop Awards, newly signed to eOne Music, Kur continues to put on for his city just like some of the hip-hop elites have done in the past out of Philly! As he continues to ride this momentum, we are excited to see where Kur can take this, but from the looks of things, he’s going to to another name of hip-hop elites that come out the city of brotherly love, check out his new video below!
Tech N9ne Featuring Logic & Joyner Lucas – “Sriracha”
Tech N9ne & Logic Put Hot Sauce On Their Flows So They Can Spit Fire. This serves for the hip-hop heads who love the technical aspects of rapping, while the newer and older generations collide on one track!
Young M.A – “Quiet Storm”
With her smash hit “Ooouuu” toping the hip-hop charts, and the back and forth between Meek & Game over the hard hitting beat, many wondered if Young M.A was a flash in the pan one hit wonder, or if this Brooklyn spitter was here to stay, well from the sounds of this, she may have just shook them haters off with this track!
2Key – Nastradamus
Philly native 2key has impressed with a series of recent freestyles over popular contemporary beats but this hits home for those hip-hop heads, this zones for 2key sounds like his natural home over gritty beats like Nas’ 1999 L.E.S.-produced “Nastradamus.”
“No, I’m not Nasty Nas, but I’m still filthy with it”
Dope Visuals Of The Week
“Ab-Soul – Huey Knew”
The Weeknd – False Alarm
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