Soundcloud Diggin Episode 30 (July 17, 2016)

We’re at episode 30. Crazy. To kick it off, here’s a booming list of new Soundcloud Diggins for you guys.

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Well I guess this act is a little familiar but this duo MIKNNA was found through the usual means, Soundcloud Diggin. The familiarity comes from 1/2 of the duo, the singer Mike B, whose song “Empty Spaces” featuring future TDE signee Zacari was one of my favorite songs of my last fall semester. Now the talented singer has linked with producer Sean Nana and created MIKNNA. This is their wavy debut tune “NESS”.

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I cannot find any additional information or music from SWIMS, who only has a track titled ‘Bedrooms’ available on the internet. The track has a very sensual vibe to it, with layered vocals that could be addictive or off-putting depending on the person. I know one thing for sure – I am dying to hear the next song released. – malbin
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You may have remembered seeing a video of a homeless guy rapping for Rick Ross. Well, Isa Muhammad was that person and now he is signed to MMG. His first release on the label is this track ‘Chemtrails & Muslim Wars’ – which definitely has some rough edges but the end product is not bad by any means. It’ll be interesting to see his growth, if he continues to get the opportunities. – malbin
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Midas Hutch teams up with UK singer Shakka for his new single ‘Get Mine’ – a disco, electro hybrid that has a really refreshing pop sound. Sometimes pop music sounds too artificial but this one has all the right elements to sound fresh. – malbin
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Benjamin Earl Turner drops off an impressive new single ‘Humble Pi.’ The rapping on this track is really refreshing, which is rare to say about a lot of rappers these days. Match it with competent production and a catchy hook and this track really has all the right elements. If you are really moved by this track, check out the full EP it lives on below. Another standout for me is ‘Antioch.’ – malbin


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Hotel Apache has a really open-air pop sound spread throughout their Soundcloud. ‘plsrspnd’ is a desperate request for a response and you can hear the emotion in every element of the track. The best part about this is that it does not lose it’s pop abilities or emotional output – the line is played perfectly. – malbin
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