Exclusives 16 April 2024

5 cold tracks that have flown Under The Radar

16 April 2024

We’re back again for another round up of some of the most under appreciated bangers that have surfaced over the last few weeks.

This is an eclectic mix of drill, R&B and UK rap; which showcases the vibrancy that we’ve been blessed with in UK music today, take in the list below, and let us know some of your favourites that have gone Under The Radar.

kwn – “lord i’ve tried”

An expert display of vocals and vulnerability from kwn. “lord i’ve tried” feels stripped back in terms of context, but sonically is layered beautifully, with choir style vocals elevating the already soulful track.

Slew – “Love Actually”

The latest from Slew sees him take on another uniquely steezy beat. “Love Actually” is subtly melodic, he flows with conviction and fiery cadence. Paired with a picturesque visual, he continues to deliver.

XOXO & Baby J – “MAC”

The elusive pair keep up their onslaught of releases. Only dropping on YouTube, the anticipation is rife and they have a cult-like following quickly building. “MAC” employs their unorthodox flows over an eerie instrumental, the lyricism is slick.

Ceebo – “FAITHFUL”

An introspective offering from Ceebo, he showcases his pen here, while the instrumental is a fitting back drop for the honest storytelling on this track. The Lambeth native is increasingly showing his versatility.

Tarm – “Mazzine”

Tarm drifts between several solid flows on this one for a short and sweet heat. “Mazzine” feels as if hes re-staking his claim as he stories his come up and affirms where is he now.

Take in the full Under The Radar Playlist in full below now on GRM Daily.