The Circuit is here to bring you the content of today’s rising stars. This section is designed to shed light on the up and comers across the nation and other countries that are making noise for themselves.
On the mainstream level, hip-hop is always exciting but without the invigoration of the next generation of artists there will be nothing to look forward to.
This edition of The Circuit brings the sounds of Rosewood Bape, Cryface Jordan, and Taylor J as recommendations powered by The Takeovah, where underground IS Mainstream.
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Rosewood Bape – “Can’t You Tell”
There’s an artist in Boston named Rosewood Bape that you need to know. Bape drops a leak off his upcoming R O $ E G O L D mixtape set to drop in November. With his “Taxi” single going ham, Bape loads up another one just so you know he’s one you need to look for.
Cryface Jordan – “Neutral”
There is a group going by Cryface Jordan, they are ambiguous in appearance but amazing in sound. The goal of Cryface Jordan is to challenge listens to focus on music instead of the image of artists, including their sex and characteristics. To remain with their goal here is their new R&B and trap infused single “Neutral.”
Taylor J – “Highlight”
St. Paul, Minnesota native Taylor J has an intense work ethic. The work he has put in leads him to the release of his upcoming collaborative effort with Lex Lugar, The 91 Family. The project will be available later in the month but until then be sure to listen to “Highlight.”