Chicago

Listen to Lil Bibby’s new single “Trapspots”

Words by Cory Sinclair

Lil Bibby is back again with yet another banger titled “Trapspots.” Bibby delivers a fire verse per usual, while DJ L laces him with perfect backdrop to kick his Bibbyisms over. These two are not to be played with, and I think that’s proven as they’ve released hundreds of songs and never disappoint. A little over a week ago, DJ L took to twitter to announce a collab project between the two Chicago natives titled Shots Fired. No release date for that project has been announced yet, but hopefully we can expect it at some point in the near future.

Listen to “Trapspots” below.

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Midwest

Stream WebsterX’s new album ‘Daymares’

Milwaukee’s Best, WebsterX, is here with his new album today. It’s called Daymares and just dropped via Closed Sessions. A very dope pairing, that has spawned some great music thus far — and we’re expecting Daymares to be more of the same. Quality only.

This is a collection of vibrant, genre-bending music that spans from 2013 until now. He has a lot to display and convey, so we highly suggest you do so now. You can catch Web tomorrow night at the Metro as part of Closed Sessions ‘A Night with Closed Sessions’ which you can buy tickets for here. 

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Chicago

Saint Millie drops “$anta Muerte” produced by Martin $ky

Produced by Martin $ky

Millie and Martin. Martin and Millie. Today they collide on Millie’s new release “$anta Muerte,” a.k.a. the Holy Death. Is it macabre? Not really, but they’re out to delete their competitors and that’s it. Mr. Martin $ky did the beat here, and it’s nice to hear new slap from the retired rapper (not retired from producing, though!) Millie comes correct with his brazen bars per usual.

Fans of Millie who reside in the NYC area can catch him at Mercury Lounge this Sunday night alongside Sicko Mobb. That’s a real Westside invasion right here.

Listen below.

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Chicago

Ric Wilson teams up with producer Hurley Mower for “Ponytail”

Ric Wilson is hunkered down in the lab, putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming album, Negrow Disco, which is set to release in April of 2017. To set ablaze the campaign, he’s connected with super-dope producer Hurley Mower for the bouncy and colorful “Ponytail.” Two thumbs up on this joint. You can see the growth in his ponytail, and hear the results in the track.

You can celebrate the release at Ric’s upcoming headlining show at Schuba’s on April 15th, which will also double as his birthday party. Grab those tix here. 

Fun fact: Hurley Mower is an FSD alumni. Congrats to him on this v dope placement with Ric.

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