Slept-on: DeuceLikePoop, GR!NGO, Flay Rozeyo
Jaz from the RepostExchange Team

Welcome to Slept On Volume II featuring standout artists from our Instagram community vote. Indianapolis's DeuceLikePoop captivates with timeless lo-fi beats and sharp verses, while Fort Lauderdale's GR!NGO blends EDM genres with flair, and London's Flay Rozeyo evolves from boombap to UK Garage with pulsating energy. Read on to find out why these independent artists deserve your attention!

DeuceLikePoop 🇺🇸

By a landslide, Indianapolis-based artist DeuceLikePoop got the most votes from you folks over on our Instagram shout-out. After a deep dive into their back catalogue, we’re struck by the timeless quality of their sound. Lo-fi beats and textures play out underneath verses spoken with clarity and laidback precision.

In ‘Affirmations Can Get Really Transic' produced by Blindsyde, Deuce says “Reaching through the fog, I see a god who don’t believe himself, really want to cheat himself, really don’t want to be himself, really want to beat himself…” His bars spit in a dreamlike state, almost hazy giving hypnotic vibes that make you want to lean in and listen more.

Connect with DeuceLikePoop on RepostExchange and SoundCloud.


Another stand-out recommendation from the RepostExchange community was Fort Lauderdale-based EDM Producer, Artist, and DJ, GR!NGO. He’s spent the last decade making a name for himself as a genre-defying producer incorporating hip-hop, trap, riddim, tearout, and tech house into his productions.

From future bass in ‘Unknown (Ft. Forever In Awe)’ with chiptune motifs and beefy bass synth to dubstep in ‘Storms’ also featuring Forever In Awe - GR!NGO is a producer who knows how to build and release tension with a passion for melody. Definitely one to watch!

Connect with GR!NGO on RepostExchange and SoundCloud.

Flay Rozeyo 🇬🇧

London-based rapper Flay Rozeyo released his self-titled EP in 2023. He possesses a powerful flow on the boombap-infused collection of tracks. On track 2099, he spits “My flow is like nobody else’s, I decline to answer… I talk so quick, I’m often mistaken for the movement.”

Flay’s follow-up single is a pivot away from the lo-fi shuffles of last year’s EP. ‘Lean’ borrows heavily from UK Garage, channelling the spirit of Stormzy, with a pulsating energy simmering and an underground appreciation for the genre. There’s a nostalgia here that’s supported by Flay Rozeyo’s versatile talent and dedication to his craft.

Connect with Flay Rozeyo on RepostExchange and SoundCloud.

Is there anyone else you think deserves a mention? Make sure to look out for future shout-outs on the RepostExchange Threads, Facebook, Instagram, and X pages or email jaz[at]repostexchange[dot]com with your recommendation!