clazza I have never heard of Wiley. Sounds a bit like EDM to my ears. I mostly didn't have much appreciation for this kind of music until after I had taken a college music class which put us in charge of creating music like this in some way. The most striking element of this tune was the extreme use of syncopation, which was quite trippy before the rest of the ensemble joined. Pretty fun stuff.
Okay, my pick: Here is Primordial's track, "Gallows Hymn." This band has been labeled with genre tags, but certainly doesn't stay with them fully, and often transcend genre tags completely. During the beginning of the virus days, I got curious as to why this album consistently gets perfect scores and is considered one of the greatest albums in metal history, despite having heard a track of theirs several years ago and feeling underwhelmed. By chance this was the first track I listened to in my recent search. Holy goddamn did this connect! I love the vocal approach here. The tune is soulful, dark, melodic, heavy, and super well recorded and mixed (Use headphones, it's worth it for that beautiful low end tone in the beginning!). My favorite part starts at about 4:20 with the final vocal line where he says "I'm a heathen searching for his soul." So impactful, that moment.