Age ain’t nothing but a number. At least when it comes to 19-year-old Pasadena lyricist Craig Gillespie and the wisdom he spits on this week’s #1 track “Trust Issues”. Sterling Duns, easily one of Philly’s most talented Hip-Hop exports since the Roots, reside on #2 with their melodic, jazz-influenced track “Walk It Off”. Meanwhile, San Jose’s Cola is wilding out with “Mosh Pit” on #3.
Canada’s “Scarborough Kids” are taking the crown! After their grand entrance on #2 last week, Toronto’s Airplane Boys rose on to the top spot of this week’s Underground Heat countdown. NY up-and-comer Tray Pizzy also climbs up the ranks to #2 with his trippy banger “Oh No”, while CA native Craig Gillespie vents with his sick track “Trust Issues” on #3.
San Diego might not be the first city that comes to mind when thinking of West Coast Hip-Hop capitals, but M.Faded sure does put his city on the map with his “Golden State Dedication” on #1 of Snoop Dogg’s Underground Heat this week. Canada’s Airplane Boys come in on a close second with their unique sound on “Scarborough Kids”, and Bronx native Tray Pizzy shows off his rhyme skills on #3 with “Oh No”. Watch the full episode to see who else made it on Snoop’s countdown this week and subscribe here to stay in the mix and find out how to submit your own videos on theundergroundheat.com.
We have a lady back on top of Snoop’s Underground Heat! Detroit native Dej Loaf takes the #1 spot with “Try Me” this week, followed by the winning connection of DJ Premier and Royce da 5’9” a.k.a. PRhyme and their banger “U Looz”. Last but not least, M. Faded comes in on #3 with his West Coast anthem “Golden State Dedication”.
Brazil is on fire! After making a grand entrance on #3 last week, Cartel MCs moved on straight to the #1 spot with “St. Amaro” this week! Shining as a close runner-up on #2 is female MC Dej Loaf with her earworm “Try Me/We Good” and Mick Jenkins & Supa BWE flow had with “Treat Me” on #3.
Crime Luciano & Destruct did it! After continuously moving up the ranks, they eventually secured the top spot with their chill tune “Eyes Closed” – the perfect track to bump this weekend, whether you’re cruising through the streets or vibing out at your crib. Also climbing up this week is Lil Dicky with his witty rhymes in “Lemme Freak” on #2. Last but not least, Cartel MCs from Brazil bring that International flavor with their hard-thumping joint “St. Amaro” on #3.
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Good things come to those who wait. After creeping up closer and closer to the top, Hazerd finally took the #1 spot with “Modern Day Slavery” on this week’s countdown of Snoop’s Underground Heat. Crime Luciano & Destruct also climb up to #2 with “Eyes Closed” and Lil Dicky entertains us with “Lemme Freak” on #3. Subscribe here and stay in the mix of uncle Snoop’s Underground Heat! Chuuuch!
California players stand up! This week, Berkely-bred 100s grooves his way to the top of Snoop’s Underground Heat with his catchy jam “10 Freaky Hoes“. Hometown Hero Mike Storm and freedom fighters Hazerd feat. Drio come in at a close second and third. Subscribe to Snoop’s weekly countdowns to stay in the mix of the freshest tracks straight from the Underground.
Shout out to the Windy City! Chicago native Mick Jenkins takes home the gold on this week’s Underground Heat, followed by 100’s and Mndsgn. Make sure to stay in the loop of what’s bubbling in the Underground world by subscribing to Snoop’s weekly countdowns.