Dot Cromwell is a true MC in the truest form. The Philadelphia-born artist delivers wordplay that wraps any listener up in his experiences, as he effortlessly enthralls audiences with stories of a young man looking to embrace his life lessons and manifest his own blessings. His latest release, 'Vanity Tape,' is nothing more than another stamp on his ability to rap circles around your favorite rapper. Listen above and check out the full project here.
Manu Crooks shares a latin-tinged track featuring fellow Sydney-based recording artist. On "Fuego," Manu reaffirms his commitment to his lady who has been down for him since day one: "I know what I did eventually drove you crazy/ No lie, you are number one my lady/ You was way back before the navy Mercedes."