1. Fat Panda Tuan


Well known musical artist Fat Panda Tuan seems to stop at nothing in his process of not only finding himself, but also creating a multi-cultural audience as well from thriving fans. From interviews on multiple news sources to celebrities engaging on his social media posts, the attention seems to be growing on “Fat” at an unprecedented rate.

When I went to his website I was greeted with an inter-stellar galactic sushi bowl containing shrimp, smoke clouds, a salt shaker, tvs, nun-chucks & more. It’s a pretty f****ing dope art cover. I was pretty impressed.

Right now it seems like “Atari” is his hottest track and I can see why. Tuan’s Instagram consists of complete art ism and funny a** fat dance moves that will ultimately get your party jumping. Tuan definitely gives me that vibe of a Japanese paradise living inside of his mind.

Tuan’s wave will reach everyone globally the only unanswered question is the matter of time. To me, Tuan’s music is all about living freely, doing the things you want to accomplish, and living your best life one fat step at a time. For more Tuan, check out his raw animated website cited BELOW.

www.fatpandatuan.com or Instagram at Instagram.com/FatPandaTuan/

2.) -Gianni Mancini


Gianni Blu is a DJ and producer from Chicago, who has released multiple songs on Spinnin’ Records and just finished a tour throughout the midwest that ended at EDC Orlando. Gianni released 10 records this year with artists from all over the world including Patoranking, Serani, and Ibranovski.

His multicultural background has exposed him to music from all around the world, which sculpted his eclectic style prevalent in his music today. After 10 years of producing music, he has been featured on the Global Viral 50 and US Viral 50 playlists on Spotify, and has been supported by some of the biggest artists in the world including: The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Hardwell and many more.

3.) -Myazwe Simukwanya Ntungo

Instagram: @myazwe

Myazwe wrote his first rap in high school when he was a part of a short-lived group called ‘Fantastic 5′. After he graduated, he dropped his first solo song called “Mathematics” under the name Oz Jackson. In February 2017, Myazwe dropped his debut album

“E: My Experiences On Empty” then moved to Atlanta for four months to work with new talent and develop his skills. After coming back home to Winnipeg in January 2018, he started working on his second album ‘Things I Never Said,’ which dropped in May 2019 and was featured in Lyrical Lemonade as well as Exclaim Magazine which helped bring a lot more attention to me and my music. Throughout his career, he has opened shows for Tyga, YG, Tory Lanez, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Young M.A., and Ace Hood. Moreover, his single ‘Blue Lights’ off of ‘Things I Never Said’ has over 300,000 streams.

4.) -Yola


Yola is an English musician, recently nominated for a Grammy for Best New Artist. She was the lead singer of the band Phantom Limb and has sung backing vocals for artists such as Iggy Azalea and The Chemical Brothers. She describes herself as “Queen of Country Soul.” Although she is British, she composes songs in genres commonly associated with the US, such as Americana and Country, but she also adds her own touch of Soul and Roots Rock. Her debut album ‘Walk Through Fire’ came out in 2019, and led to her accolades in music awards.

5.) -Jelani Aryeh


Jelani Aryeh is a 19-year old musician from San Diego who started releasing music while he was still in high school back in 2017, when songs like “Lavender Love” and “Where We Go” were birthed into the world. In 2019, Aryeh released his latest EP, ‘Helvetica,” which showcased a more mature, refined side to his genre-fluid style, digging into topics like his Filipino/African-American identity, dealing with parental expectations, and following his dreams. His song “Patagonia” was featured on Rolling magazine as covering a wide range of emotions.

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