#HGMusic: Listen To New Releases From YUNG SAMMY, Raman, Rumii & More

The Homegrown Music Round-Up
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Welcome to Homegrown's New Music Round-Up, the ultimate destination for discovering the week's hottest releases across all genres. Each week, we curate a handpicked and homegrown selection of fresh sounds. This week features UK drill, drum & bass and much more.

Madman by Stain

Stain's new EP, Moral Dysfunction, delves into a realm of darkness through deep basslines, dark soundscapes, and experimental drum patterns. The New Delhi dubstep artist known for his deep basslines, dark soundscapes and experimental drum patterns, showcases his commitment to pushing musical boundaries in this solo project. The 3-track EP continues Stain's electrifying sonic journey, seamlessly blending subcontinental polyrhythms with Eastern beats to create a mesmerizing soundscape that is both intricate and powerful, catering to his dedicated core audience.

Listen to a track from the EP below.

Pali Drill by Rumii

Pali Drill by Rumii fuses Rajasthani folk with UK underground hip-hop, creating an electrifying soundscape that transcends borders. Traditional Rajasthan instruments blend with desert melodies, and Rumii skillfully incorporates raw urban beats. The lyrics explore cultural identity, resilience, and unity, underscoring the significance of heritage preservation in a changing world. This transformative track transports listeners to Rajasthan's streets, immersing them in the UK's contemporary underground culture.

Listen to it below.

DESI TRILL by DJ LYAN feat. Chip & Malkit Singh (Remix feat. YUNG SAMMY)

DJ LYAN's hit DESI TRILL blending UK Rap, Desi, and Dance now has a remix shot in India with YUNG SAMMY, the tracks latest signee, featuring a unique Hindi verse. YUNG SAMMY, a boundary-breaking artist from Nigeria raised in India, infuses West African and Indian influences, contributing to the genre's evolution. The video, set at an overseas convenience store, showcases the global impact of DESI TRILL. The remix's beat switch-up and clever wordplay further underscore its revolutionary essence, emphasizing YUNG SAMMY's role in pushing boundaries in the Indian and global rap scene.

Listen to it below.

Falling Again by Raman

In just a few months, 18-year-old Mumbai-based singer Raman has released six diverse singles, building a loyal fan base eagerly awaiting his latest, Falling Again. The upbeat track, written in English and Hindi, explores surrendering to love without judgment, capturing sweet moments of insecurity and the magic of mystery in a new relationship. Accompanied by a candy-toned music video by Jugaad Productions shot in Mumbai, Falling Again is a compelling narrative of rediscovering love after a period of self-imposed closure.

Listen to it below.

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