For a true hip hop fan, no one does the art more justice than an underground rapper. For the lovers of R&B and soul, there’s no greater fulfilment than hearing a sultry-smooth voice encapsulate all three of the heaviest emotions: Love, deprivation, and heartbreak.

If you too, are always on the hunt for new tunes, for music that you can feel or just bump to, it’s worth following ‘CaviarMusic,’ a monthly Spotify playlist carefully curated to expose the undiscovered talent you need to hear; everywhere from conscious hip hop to trap music, and contemporary R&B.

Here at Audible Hustle, we’ll be featuring two artists from CaviarMusic each month to get your stupendous playlist sorted. At the top of our must-watch list, recently featured via CaviarMusic, comes these two upcoming artists from both sides of the hip hop family: Glorynade, and Apsolute.

London native Glorynade, proves a beguiling voice beyond the status quo, delivering alternative R&B tunes with a florid-sultry tone, a uniqueness motivated by a fusion of genres: Jazz, soul, R&B, and gospel – a love that stems from her many years singing within a Church choir. Glorynade seals her enthralling sound with a certain delicateness that fans of Adele and Leona Lewis are bound to immerse themselves within.

From other side of the hip hop family, comes Apsolute, an independent rapper on the come up from Massachusetts. With tantalizingly-smooth vocals, a flawless paring with his mellow bars and feel good flow, Apsolute is undoubtedly, an affable talent set to establish a following with the ambition “to create music that is relatable.” If you vibe to the sounds of Russ, the belated Mac Miller, and Chance the Rapper, then Apsolute‘s a sure thing.

Follow CaviarMusic on Twitter, and blaze the all-new playlist for Feb 2020. *Glorynade and Apsolute gained placement on January’s playlist.

When the news of Mac Miller‘s sudden death surfaced, the rap world in which he had bestowed with an inimitable voice, was absolutely devastated.

Now, under the drive of powerhouse producer, Jon Brion, who closely worked with Miller for several years, Circles, the follow-up album to Swimming, is posthumously complete – and as it manifests, the artist’s melodic cycle has finally come full circle.

While Circles was intended to be the second album in a three-part series, according to Brion, the 12-track album which has no features, just Miller – upfront and vulnerable, provides a compelling insight into his ongoing journey of self-discovery; everywhere from facing the complexities of a “Blue World,” where realising “reality’s so hard to find,” amid searching for “someone to save [him]” from his very own construct (“I Can See“).

The talent that is Mac Miller, is far beyond comprehensible, from writing his own lyrics and producing illustrious beats, to distinguishably gifting the world with an alternative rap voice that compels a most diverse audience; his genuine, kind-hearted soul evoked a certain vulnerability that any human being can relate to – an aptness that simply makes him unforgettable.

Circles is the absolute testament to his life’s work… may Mac Miller live on.

Listen now below.

On the come-up from Georgia, 20-year-old rapper-singer, Quando Rondo, releases his heavy debut album QPac, which sees the Atlantic Records‘ artist resonate with the hardships of the late legend Tupac Shakur.

While a hip hop freshman, Rondo divulges substantial appeal, from spitting profound bars in-between searching for “Real Love” and taking “Collect Calls,” to entwining urban melodies amid his “Codeine Tales” of ‘dopeboy dreamin‘ to swearing by the hustle in “Letter to My Daughter,” a heartfelt ode to his newborn.

QPac is the highly anticipated follow-up from Rondo‘s well-received mixtape, From the Neighbourhood to the Stage (2019). QPac sees several references to the life and work of 2Pac and while promising, the artist’s intrepid self-comparison to 2Pac as an artist – is better left a defiant aspiration rather than a truth.

The 18-track album features Luh Kel, Polo G, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, and Lil Durk.

Listen now below.