Directed by LL. Produced by Walkingshoe.
.WAV Theory coming soon. Hopefully.
This is a commercial. Remember those? And not the terribly cheesy ones we’re forced to watch for :05 seconds before watching a YouTube video. Nah, this is better. This is Tree. And Vic Spencer. Announcing their new collabo project, VicTree. Pairing Tree and Vic is a problem — but a great problem to have. Not a flat tire type of problem.
After the dopeness that was TreeSwag with Chris Crack and the sure shot SoulMoney with Brian Fresco, this one is sure to be stellar.
Check the commercial, and a preview of an amazing sounding record in the clip above.
It’s that time of the week again. Do remember, that if the song dropped anytime since last Friday (8/15) it’s eligible for the list. Now we aren’t saying these are the BEST songs of the week, but they are the staff’s faves and joints you can catch us bumping in the office.
WGN is reporting that a bench warrant has been issued for Chief Keef over another missed court appearance, stemming form a DUI charge from last March.
Rapper Chief Keef is in more trouble with the law. A Lake County judge ordered a $50,000 bench warrant after the rapper failed to appear at a pretrial hearing on DUI charges.
The hip-hop musician, whose real name is Keith Cozart, missed a pretrial hearing in Highland Park, where he’s accused of driving under the influence of marijuana last march.
BILLAH returns to put a super dope — and hilarious — spin on Que’s hit “OG Bobby Johnson.” Que and Que Billah? Nah, no relation. A+ on that artwork, btw. On the track, Que tackles everything from black on black violence to Donald sterling to Travon Martin to Jesus and immaculate conception.
Treated Crew and Forever True’s own Nick Jr. delivers his latest solo effort, To Be Continued. The thirteen-track project from Nick finds him enlisting the help of The Audio Unit, Saint Millie, Max Payne, KCT Beats and more.
Today is also Nick’s born day, so give To Be Continued a listen below and wish J.R. a happy birthday right here.
Fresh off his show at Reggies in Chicago last night, Juicy J drops the video for his new single, “Low.” The track is sure to make a lot of noise, and it features one of Chicago’s fastest rising stars, Lil Bibby. But damn if this isn’t a HUGE look for Bibby. Well played homie.
Produced by Chop Squad
8TMG / Chop Squad and Glo Gang join forces on this new posse cut from James, Mane and Capo. Catch them posted up like paint on walls. Give it a spin below.
Directed by Dope Daniels & Chris ILL. Produced by Ziptopher.
Stanza enlists The GTW and Lennon of the Project Mayhem Machine for the new clip for “Sicmatic.” This joint was pulled from last years stellar BlaXphemy. If you haven’t grabbed that one yet, I strongly suggest you do so.
Catch Tony opening up Hustlepalooza at Reggies at 9pm tonight.
Directed by Jayne Doe
vyle returns after a brief hiatus with a trippy new clip that looks like it was found in a time capsule from the early-90s. Like the first Bush era old. This heat rock titled “HEATSINK” is the first single from vy’s new album A Ü T O/M Ö T O R, which is due out later this year.