The Saturday Spotlight series is HHNM’s proving grounds. Another week, another edition where talent continues to spin heads around like Regan MacNeil. Every submission is filled with heart and individuality, with enough diligence to see the blood, sweat, and tears drip out of the emails.
We live in a beautiful time. Creativity is blossoming and the music as result is transformative. There’s no better time than the present, so if you feel you’re ready to showcase your skill — step up to the plate. Whether you’re a singer, a rapper who does both, or a producer; there are no ceilings.
All upcoming artists can submit music to us for Saturday Spotlight on this link.
Jetsiderell is singing the songs only the Philly streets can hear. On his single, “Drive You Crazy,” the 15-year-old rapper-singer’s voice is enriched in auto-tune. Running under 4 minutes, the Philly-native croons on the lifestyle difficulties of maneuvering the trenches. Jetsiderell draws inspiration from Travis Scott, Drake, and Lil Wayne. People change, and even with money, he won’t. His music is rooted in loyalty, a concept that’s longed for, yet such a reach away. Check out his latest track below:
Going into “Taino Cowboy,” the latest single from Wolf Bvndit, yields unexpected results. The Country-Esque guitar creeps in the opening seconds, and then it happens. His grizzly vocals that are a step away from becoming a growl dominate the following 2 minutes. His presence screams, “Attention!” as he carries himself as an impenetrable fortress, wishing enemies to take their shot. His voice sounds like the sound child of Future and Pop Smoke: baroque vocals that can be fine-tuned as an instrument in itself. Wolf has one of the most unique flows yet, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t hit that play button. Peep the single below:
Through our artist discovery platform Saturday Spotlight, we have discovered some amazing talent in the past including Russ, Ty Dolla Sign, Mez, IDK, Victoria Monét and Trap Beckham to name just a few. In most cases, coverage on HHNM was their first look among media outlets. Find the submission guidelines here.