Because you need nine more minutes of instrumentals in your life. Producers Chief and Flavors teamed up for the five song Aura EP which was released back in October. Press play and zone out to the lofi greatness.
Producer idntrmmbr brings forth the second installment of the Night Ambiences series. Featuring thirteen minutes of lofi instrumentals, the ten song project is perfect for a chilled night of relaxation and dope smoke.
The LA rapper and producer BB Sun aka Bolo Nef just released the single “Don’t Blab”. The song comes produced by BB Sun with a guest feature from fellow LA artist Nedarb. Rather than being behind the boards, Nedarb handles his own on the vocal tip, providing an energized trap experience, one fitting for all of the UDF fans, old and new.
If you need more from BB Sun, be sure to check out his solo single “Goldeen” from last month.
One of my favorite Chicago rappers to keep an eye out for is Qari. Formerly of the now defunct Hurt Everybody, Qari has spent 2017 stepping out on his own. He started the year with Space Jam, a joint EP with producer Mulatto, and now the two are back with the single “Revenge”. It’s the lead single for Qari’s upcoming EP, one that is right around the corner.
Earlier this month, LA based artist Nedarb Nagrom broke away from his heavy trap production and created a lofi emo project called 080192. Done under the moniker The Cigs, it’s a four song sadboy symphony, full of guitar and Nedarb’s vocals ranging from mumbles to screams. Singalong and cry one out and if you need more from Ned, be sure to check out “Bad Luck” which comes complete with fitting artwork.
Martin Sky is preparing to release something special right around the corner. His album Stay True is to be released on October 26. For now, you can stream and enjoy the lead single “Right Place”, a thumping instrumental taking you off into the night. If you need more, be sure to check out the loosie “Type Shit”, an instrumental off of Martin’s side account, properly known as Martini Glass.
This is a one-way ticket to a bar fight. Minnesota-based MC CRASHprez unleashes with “Watch This” featuring fellow rapper Student1. Both go in on the BoatHouse production. “Lost my mind, found God in the mosh pit.” This shit will rip your home in half. If you need more from CRASHprez, check out the two minute whirlwind “FASCISTS DON’T CRY”, which was released last month.
Something relaxing for a late night smoke session. Yet another high quality instrumental from Boston’s VAGUE003, who has been providing plenty of moving floral arrangements (in MP3 form) throughout the year. Check out his most recent beattape, Anime and Heartbreak, below.
The name of this song is the unfortunate truth: summer is, in fact, over. Swedish producer Vozla takes to the woods in the visuals for his fittingly titled instrumental. Enjoy the lofi “video diary” up above and be sure to stream the song down below.
Lucki kickstarted the summer with the 18 song project Watch My Back. With production from Clams Casino, Plu2o Nash, Grimm Doza, and more, the project was perfect for the June and July heat. Just last month, he released another heater in the form of “You Called Me” which comes produced by 16YROLD and YUNGLUNCHBOX. It’s a two minute smoke break, one I promise you desperately need.