Discover The Next Big Underground Artist! College Underground Radio set out to find a few artists that are great picks for really good music. Some of them you’ve probably heard of before, and some of them you may very well have not. However, chances are that you will almost always discover something new, entertaining and informative.
With that said, take a break, mellow out for a minute and Discover The Nest Big Underground Artist!
Underground Interview With Kange
Paris based Rapper and Producer, KANGE, draws inspiration from artists such as Twenty-One Pilots, Paramore and Drake. Her music is internationally influenced, a cool infusion of Pop Rap, Hip Hop and Cloud Rap.
Underground Interview With David Hope
David Hope blends experiences and music into his own vehicle for storytelling. He combines the intimacy of his rural coastal upbringing with a Nashville sound to create a sonic perspective that is original, yet familiar.
Underground Interview With Divizion
Underground Interview With Patricia M. Goins
Underground Interview With YSN Hazel
An upcoming Trap & Soul artist, YSN Hazel’s music is heavily influenced by Southern musical artists such as; T.I, OutKast, Field Mob & others, mixed with Soul inspired by Michael Jackson, Sam Cooke & many more.
Underground Interview With DRob da Doc
Underground Interview With Jessica McNear
Underground Interview With ScUba
A 2020 Hampton Graduate with a Bachelor’s in Music Recording Technology. ScUba comes from Jacksonville, FL coming out of MD. He got the name scUba at an Open Mic after doing one of poems at The Train Station
Underground Interview With 3liii’Jah
3liii’Jah alias David C. Ayers Jr. was born in Lynwood, California March 20th 1992. He started making music when he was 12 years old, always had a knack to write songs, real songs that people around him could feel.
Underground Interview With Buddo That's Me Mann
Underground Interview With Jessica Carter
Jessica Carter is a singer-songwriter from Columbia, MO. Jessica began her love for music at age three, while repeatedly beating and singing on coffee cans. Her influences range from many genres of music including: