It’s that time of the week again! Uncle Snoop brings you a hot new episode of Underground Heat with Davion’s “Perfect” taking over the #1 spot. Runners-up Buhay Cali bring their San Diego flavor with “Good Morning” to #2 and Lefty Gunnz is holding down #3 with “Don’t Wait Up”.
Benny Blanko did it! After weeks of hanging around in the top 3, the Bronx native finally climbed up to the #1 spot with “Ape Shxt”. Following on #2 is Davion’s hard flow on “Perfect”, and King Reign takes #3 with their intoxicating sound on “Chemical Romance”.
And what a gift she has! Sonyae couldn’t have picked a better fitting name for her winning track “The Gift” on #1 of Snoop’s Underground Heat countdown this week. Still going strong on #2 is Benny Blanko’s “Ape Shxt” and Davion climbs up to #3 with his banger “Perfect”.
Starting off the new year with a banger on #1, San Francisco bred Oh Blimey literally makes the “bass hit our faces” like the hook suggests on her hard-hitting track “Bassface”. Following closely on #2, for the third week in the top 3, is Benny Blanko with “Ape Shxt”, while Sonyae climbs to #3 on a more introspective note with “The Gift”.
Slow and steady wins the race in the case of New York native B Bless and partner in crime Gipht, taking the #1 spot with “Slow Flow” on Snoop’s Underground Heat countdown this week. Speeding it up on #2 is fellow New Yorker Benny Blanko with “Ape Shxt”, while CA’s Blimey really turns it up the tempo with “Bassface” on #3.
Big ups to Justice! Cambridge, MA’s rising star has taken over the top spot with his brilliant track “Lowkey” on this week’s episode of Underground Heat. Following closely is NYC’s Bless B & Gipht with “Slow Flow” on #2, while Benny Blanko from the Bronx impresses with his rhyming skills in “Ape Shxt” on #3.
It’s the week of the duos! All three top spots of Snoop’s Underground Heat are taken by pairings of talented MCs this week. Leading on #1 are Canada artists Junia-T & KemiKal with their melancholic track “Sky is Falling”, while Hus Kingpin & Rozewood are climbing up the ranks with “Black Columbo” on #2. And NY’s Wordsmiff & ReQ land on #3 with “Rap Rehab”.
“S/O to Cola moshin at numero uno!”, says Snoop Dogg. The San Jose native’s banger “Mosh Pit” has continuously climbed up the ranks of Snoop’s Underground Heat, all the way to the top of this week’s episode. Following closely on #2 is Toronto producer/emcee Junia-T with the alluring flow and melody on “Sky Is Falling”. Hus Kingpin & Rozewood are getting their “Black Columbo” on on #3.
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.