Welcome to our Weekend Six. Where we curate six Indie Rappers/Groups that we feel you need to listen to for great vibes on your weekend. Whether you need to get hype, chill on some classic hip-hop vibes, or want to hear something that’s on the border of genre lines; these are artists & songs you need to check out. This week’s features include GO79MANMalkCriss JrumzNanu AlidinaApathy & O.C., and A.P Fres$h & June Dakid. Scroll below and immerse yourself in up & coming indie rappers. Follow us on TwitterFacebook & Instagram @StandardFresh.


GO79MAN “Gold Man” (@GO79MAN)

Gold Man is a Chicago-born yet Raleigh-raised artist that has just released his latest single “Make A Wish”. GO79MAN says that it’s a “bright and energetic track created with the intentions of a celebrating a birthday. While at the same time reminding you that even on your birthday you have to chase your dream.” Stream the track below!


Malk (@mmaallk)

Malk is a production duo working out of Elysian Fields studio in Melbourne’s West. The collaborate effort ‘’Chuppa Churpp” showcases Malk’s wavering pitch-shifted drum and bass arrangement while Lindsey Knight (Flimsey Lohan) dispenses a relentless diatribe filled with references to Schapelle Corby and lamentations of social inequality


Nanu Alidina (@nanualidina)

Nanu Alidina is a 22 year rapper/producer from in Toronto, Ontario. Nanu Alidina links up with Young Chaaca on his latest banger “Parking Lot Freestyle” Stream it below and on all major streaming service.


Apathy & O.C. (@ApathyDGZ & @therealocizzle)

The underground rap duo of Apathy and O.C. are coming “Live from the Iron Curtain” which is the title of their latest release. “Live from the Iron Curtain” is the 2nd track available for download off the iTunes’ pre-order for their project, “Perestroika” that drops on September 22nd. Stream the song below.


Criss Jrumz (@SmackYaSilly45)

Watch the visual for Criss Jrumz‘s latest release “Validation“.


A.P Fres$h & June Dakid (@JuneDaKid)

Live” Features 1203 Music Group’s A.P Fres$h and June Dakid taking turns writing letters to the dead. DMV poet Wordplayy also lends her perspective to give the track a little more depth. The instrumental was produced by DMV music producer and the video was shot by Sacred Legacy Productions while being co-directed by June Dakid.The song will be featured on the upcoming 1203 Music Group Compilation “Eleven 4 Eleven” which will be released on October 13th. For additional details, check www.1203musicgroup.com