Independent Performing Scorecards

 


Hiphop
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Kilo M.O.E: “Keys To The M.O.E” – sharp as a guillotine!

In a world of repetitive mumble rap and boring trap beats, an album like “Keys To The M.O.E” comes as a big surprise to those who grew up on detailed lyrics and creative beats. Kilo M.O.E’s latest attempt at blending cont...


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Hefe Heetroc: “The Julie Project” – an avant-garde release

Justin Bacik aka Hefe Heetroc aka Wez Nilez aka 27 SAVAGE was born in Rochester, NY. Hefe Heetroc has been in the underground hip hop game for a long time under various guises. If you haven’t heard of him, it’s because he r...



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Yung Rose: “I Don’t Need It” – blurs the lines between ear grabbing and introspective honesty

Yung Rose is an underground Hip-hop artist from Ohio who started as an EDM spinner in the group, HUF Boyz. The name Yung Rose has the meaning “Bring Balance to The Unequal”, showing the leadership side of his potent...



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Klz: “The Glendale Project” brings a new sound and style to the game

Klz is about to be the next big thing in hip-hop. He has been freestyle rapping at every college campus in Wisconsin for the past 6 years, with a very different story than most rappers. His debut work “The Glendale Projec...


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Tjuan Benafactor: The Credible Content EP is like candy – sweet, substantial, and satisfying.

Antjuan Washington aka Tjuan Benafactor, the Pittsburgh-based hiphop artist whose production and songwriting skills are well-known in the underground industry, has released his latest 6-track project, The Credible Content EP....



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Dylan Sesco: “Good Villain EP” – a mature understanding of life’s cyclical nature!

Following his debut album “Pacific Coast Pharaoh”, Dylan Sesco releases his second project in 6 months, the Good Villain EP. Sesco explained the central themes of the EP, saying its about, “The moments of hopelessness, th...




 
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