Archive for March, 2011
After a few delays, JDP’s follow-up to Where Anything Goes is finally here. Six months in the making, the project features appearances and production from GLC, The Bartendaz, Keeynote, YP, C. Rich & more. Hit the jump for the tracklist & download link.
Ripped & Clipped by Brandon “N2ition” Riley
Last night, Gangsta Gibbs made a splash on NBC, performing both “Highway To Hell” and “National Anthem” on Last Call w/ Carson Daly.
In other Gibbs news, he’ll be returning to Chicago on April 9th alongside Big K.R.I.T. for the Return To 4EVa Tour at Bottom Lounge. Rumor has it Gibbs has some special plans on deck for his homecoming performance.
Finally some footage from the FSD x Go ILL Radio Showcase (sponsored by PHLI, Leaders, Enstrumental, Sir & Madame, Hustle Simmons & Elephilms) in Austin, TX surfaces. Hopefully some additional footage will be on the way soon (where you at Elephilms? Ha!)
Anyhoo, Dave Coresh had a dope midday set at Light Bar, that included a bullhorn a megaphone and some grade A bars. If you haven’t already been paying attention to Dave, you might want to start now.
Brought to you by: Elephilms x Smash Brothers x Atlantic Records
Last week, Wiz K hit the Chi to preview his album Rolling Papers (in stores now!) as well as do radio and print promo. The good folks at Elephilms and Smash Brothers documented Wiz’s stay in the Chi and captured it all on film. Er..or digitally.
Appearances from GLC, DJ Pharris and The Cool Kids
Directed by Morocco Vaughn.
Bo shows another side and keeps it positive with his latest visual. I’m not mad at this at all.
Another KTD @ SXSW video, but this one was shot + edited by yours truly. The song in the video is Summerscent, which can be found on KTD’s “Hard Times” EP. If you reside in the Chi, you can scoop a copy at one of KTD’s shows, or at Sir and Madame @ 938 North Damen.
I have some good news for Project Mayhem diehards such as myself: Middle America finally drops on April 19th. It’s been a long coming. The Mayhem Machine project dropped all the way back in October 0f ’09, so we’ve had to wait for quite a while on a new full length. I’ve heard mumblings that Middle America has stepped it up a notch and will even be better – featuring production from Tony Baines, Tye Hill and Tree. Look for the official tracklist to drop in the coming days.