Welcome to your weekly dose of unearthed fuego that we can’t seem to get enough of. Check out this week’s Groundscores below!
KEOTA – Lunch Breaks
“Lunch Breaks” brings the boogie to your booty. Everything by Keota does, that’s why we love him.
SAKA – SHURIKEN
SAKA released the stylish and steez-stuffed “SHURIKEN” earlier today, and we don’t think life will ever be the same.
Brightside – Preach
Brightside jawns just hit right. Every. Single. Time. Preach!
OAKK – Tricks
OAKK put out this heater that makes us want to say “EWWW” and smash that replay button. What more could we ask for?
Relinquished – Kromuh X Spades
Kromuh and Spades dropped this massive collaboration in preparation of a new EP we literally can’t wait any longer for.
SUPER FUTURE & WRECKNO – BOUT ME
And yet another collab we didn’t know we needed but now absolutely cannot live without. Wreckno and Super Future deliver the smoke and the fire with “BOUT ME.”
Abelation – The Darkness
Abelation summons a frightfully massive banger with “The Darkness.” Like we’re actually kind of scared right now. Should music be able to do that?
Goosebumpz – Autophagy
“Autophagy” actually gave us goosebumps, it’s so damn smooth. We’d be thrilled with more of this sound from Goosebumpz.
Global Groove. – Boogie Knights.
“Global Groove” is teeming with slick guitar licks, groovy vocal samples, and an overall infectious bounce we just can’t get enough of.
Buunshin – Acolyte
“Acolyte” is pure madness under the guise of a song. It’s perfectly deep, unshakably stirring, and all-around one of the hottest bangers in our selection this week.
LUZCID – All We Need Feat. CASHFORGOLD
The world could use more tracks like this. And we could all use more artists like LUZCID. “All We Need” is a beauty!
HoloGramz – Rockin’ The Roachclip
The right amount of funk at the right time is an underrated experience. HoloGramz brings that experience to light with this new single and its outpouring of good feels and soulful sounds.
Vellum – Redlight
A little bit of bass house never hurt nobody, and “Redlight” hits the spot with mouth-watering buildups and a heavy-af bassline.