The top ten song you might have missed that you must listen to

An endless flow of track is shared on a daily basis on the internet, from upcoming to major artists, there is a good chance to miss on some precious material so here is the Drillking draft of the ten best songs that have been released and are worth listening to.

The first pick today will be the song Cocoon from the migos, which after delivering the Honorable C Note -produced “Say Sum,” nailed a perfect hit laced by long time collaborator Cheeze Beatz, that has went unrecognize from popular opinion. In a similar style as Say Sum, they slowed down their flow going more in an r’n’b route with smooth production and more melodic flows .

Out of the GO:OD AM album, the song ‘When in rome’ stands out for itself without vv the help of a videoclip. Interpolation of Bob Hansson’s track ‘Time and Space’ also used for ‘Full of everything ‘ from french montana’s Cocaine Mafia mixtape back in 2011 featuring Project pat and Cocaine Chinx Drugz. The first part of the track is pretty decent but switches up in the middle to leave place for an alternative vybe which completely trancend what we call hip hop.

Splash a little sauce Feat Trae Tha Truth. Since his altercation with the 6 god has occured, the light has been on the extreme dripper who has blessed the hip hop scene with this new tren : The saucin. Alongside Houston’s street legend, Trae tha Truth, Walka delivers one of his most hovery melody to splash a little sauce and definitely rank him among the new greatest artist in the making.

‘I mean’ Largely popularized through lexy Panterra’s twerk video, here is another forgotten track produced by the one and only Metro Boomin, which you will be able to read extensively in ‘Producer’s Secret Recipe’. Slow and melancolic, the track recalls in it’s general feeling, Rico Richie’s one ‘Poppin’ also produced by mafia members as long as we can consider that Young Metro is still part of the crew.

Pionner of drill music, Billionaire black released the track called ‘Costa Rica’ you must listen to. Featuring Uno, both rapper didn’t get getting proper popularity for this amazing track which ranks among the best Chicago songs.

The dancer known as ‘SheLovesMeechie’ who often accompanies Rae Sremmurd during their performance got us hooked on a new song. Featured in his last videoclip, Both Jxmmi and Swae Lee busts out their best dance moves to a song we never heard before, and ranks now, as the second best L.U.V track. The song is called ‘Subzero’ laced with Uzi’s detached flow and balling way of expressing his lavish lifestyle. How we love it.

You might wonder which Uzi’s track is first in our top-ranking. For the story, it was actually before we even know who was the litlle Vertical aussault riffle, as it seems that he is pretty good at discretly putting his two cents in a media without us noticing directly that it is him. I remember being in the office on a quiet day and playing ramdom tracks when ‘WDYW’ popped out on the ramdom soundcloud mix. Produced by Carnage featuring A$AP Ferg and Rich the Kid the song invaded rapidly the room at a time where where Rich was super lit, not long after he started working with Jahlil Beats, who was himself bagging up headline for producing the Shmurda anthem ‘ Hot N***a’. The strange effect yet pleasant way Vert lays his chorus creates this very unique feeling of perpetual quest for the next punchline.

‘I do I do’ from Zach Farlow has to be the most underated track of all time, as the competition gets bigger when it comes to media exposure. So if you like lyrical abilities and smooth hooks here is a track for the underground afficionados.

Added lately to our playlist is the buzzing track from Young Chef and Doughboi ‘Top Ramen’, which is inspired by Lil Dicky’s verse pattern. However the track is the new trend on the web, with a 100K views from two kids out of oregon and they bring the heat to your speakers with their devasting cypher you couldn’t have expect to damage your eardrums.

Last but not least, a throwback to the actual mixtape that were available at the sneaker shop in South Beach, Miami. Lil Wayne’s ‘Eat you Alive’ from the empire mixtape ‘Tha drought is over : part six’. A delicacy for Tunechi’s fans who are on the hunt for unknown bangers.

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