Rapzilla.com gets a ton of music submissions throughout the week, so we thought it’d be cool to introduce you to some of them. These artists consistently submit quality music and deserve more love on Spotify.
The following list is of rappers that have less than 500 followers or 10,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
13 Followers (80 Monthly Listeners)
David Prxnce is one of the newer artists on this list. He recently released his album Encourage Vol. 1 for a Rapzilla Listening Session.
YP aka Young Paul
70 followers (Monthly Listeners 383)
YP aka Young Paul has been grinding it out for a few years. You may know him for his collaboration project Love Over Hate with Merk Montes.
74 Followers (1,500 Monthly Listeners)
King Chav is a rapper who keeps getting better with every release. His latest, “Born Ready,” is a must listen for sure.
79 Followers (755 Monthly Listeners)
Hector Dominguez has been holding it down for Latinos as he seamlessly mixes hip-hop with Spanish music. His latest song, “La Cultura” is a perfect example of just that.
83 followers (Monthly Listeners 301)
Joe Ayinde is one of the rawest spitters on this list. He was also named a Rapzilla Freshmen for 2018.
102 followers (133 Monthly Listeners)
Genaro Ortiz has that authentic hip-hop sound in everything he does. You can catch him teaming up with YP and rhyming “Circles” around other emcees.
204 Followers (8,500 Monthly Listeners)
Xay Hill is Mr. Consistency. Perhaps no one on this list creates as much new music as this guy. Hill is focused on winning and takes “No L’s.”
283 Followers (7,500 Monthly Listeners)
J-Phish is pretty prolific as well. He’s racked up tracks with the likes of Shope, Illijam, Xay Hill, Montell Fish, Joey Vantes, and more. “Can’t Stay the Same” is his latest song available for free download.
379 Followers (6,000 Monthly Listeners)
Victor Cornelius has himself quite a good resume too. He’s worked with everyone from DJ Mykael V to Surf Gvng. He dropped his free EP Reptar on Rapzilla last year and just dropped a track with Eshon Burgundy – “Faith.”
405 followers (2,000 Monthly Listeners)
Cellus Hamilton is all about quality. His visuals are strong and his music is stronger. Nowhere is this more evident than in his track “Seeds in the Ground.”
Artists, be sure to figure out what your FtS ratio is on Spotify using the Artist App.
See our Tweet below:
Artists, what is your FtS ratio on Spotify? Follower to Stream ratio is the number of Spotify Fan followers divided by monthly listeners. This is an important metric to watch to know if you are converting listeners to fans. #ArtistTip
— Rapzilla.com (@Rapzilla) June 1, 2018