Archive for May, 2011
Bo D closes out the month of May on a high note, with the release of his long-awaited mixtape The Chicago Code: Gang Related, hosted by the Trap-A-Holics. This star-studded event features his BSM comrades Waka Flocka & Slim Dunkin, as well as Twista, Shawnna, French Montana, Alley Boy, Co-Still and many more.
In case you missed it, check Bo Deal talking about the mixtape as well as addressing recent rumors here.
Hit the jump for the DL link and tracklist…
FSD would like to thank Captain Morgan, for inviting us to be apart of their Life, Love and Loot Memorial Day campaign for their Long Island Iced Tea product. If you’re interested in learning more about Captain Morgan’s Long Island Iced Tea, and their One Million Poses charity campaign, please visit the link below.
As part of the One Million Poses campaign, which donates $1 to charity for every Captain pose uploaded to the Captain Morgan Facebook page (www.facebook.com/captainmorganusa), the Captain will be donating $2,5000 to Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, a charity that designs programs to help combat homelessness in the Chicago community.
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After YEARS of endless waiting, legal drama, label push backs and record industry B.S. we finally have a secure release date for The Cool Kids proper debut album, When Fish Ride Bicycles.
The album is due out on July 12th, 2011, via Mountain Dew’s Green Label Sound and is set to feature 11 new tracks. Chuck Inglish will handle all of the production, with the exception of Pharrell Williams, who jumped on board for the albums final track, “Summer Jam”. Bun B, Ghostface Killah, Mayer Hawthorne, Travis Barker and Asher Roth are all set to make appearances.
1. Rush Hour Traffic
3. Boomin’ (featuring Tennille)
4. Sour Apples (featuring Travis Barker)
5. Penny Hardaway (featuring Ghostface Killah)
6. Bundle Up
7. Gas Station (featuring Bun B)
8. Get Right
9. Swimsuits (featuring Mayer Hawthorne)
10. Roll Call (featuring Asher Roth, Chip Tha Ripper, Boldy James)
11. Summer Jam (featuring Maxine Ashley), Produced by Pharrell Williams
Although the Bulls season is over, the legs on Carlos Boozer’s rap record “Winning Streak” are not. Here we have some behind-the-scenes footage of #BoozerBars in the studio crafting his first and only hit record. Major FAIL points to the in-studio producer who said they need to recruit Twista for some of that “Southside, Chicago” flavor. Okay, dude.
One of Chicago’s greatest and most-eccentric talents, the one-and-only Sharkula, finally returns with a new project (well, one that can be found online at least). Linking with Northwest Side producer, Mr. Tyler, the duo are teaming up for a full length that is supposed to drop, well, sometime.
Mr. Tyler also just dropped a full length album, so if you’re interested in checking out more of his work, you can do so here.
The thing about Ric Jill’s goons, are that they have other goons. And presumably, those other goons have goons as well. See what I’m getting at here?
Look for Ric’s P.O.I. III: Indianimal mixtape to drop this summer.
Last week, Project Mayhem opened up for Curren$y’s Jet Life Tour when it rolled through Chicago. Here we have some footage of Mayhem performing, as well as some footage of Spitta, Wiz Khalifa and Freddie Gibbs backstage.
Middle America coming soon.
Shot and chopped by T.E.H.O.
Directed by Elephilms
[Above: Chris Capalano x Sean Mac in the Studio]
It was way too nice out today for blogging, plus it was a Holiday, so here we have all of today’s posts wrapped into one giant Memorial Day Round-Up. Thank me later.
Yung Berg feat. Chad – Wasting Time
Prob Cause feat. JDM – On My Own
Nique feat. Mr. Music – I Know What You Like
Sincere feat. Sir Michael Rocks – Priceless
Hit the jump for videos from U Dot Fam, Soze and Fitz Fonzarelli…
One of Chicago’s rising stars, Bo Deal, has recently found himself in the middle of controversy, due to some song lyrics that could be perceived as shots fired. In this interview (Bo made exclusively for FSD), Bo opens up about his past beef with Twista, talks about the alleged tension between himself and the L.E.P. Bogus Boys (and possibly the Cool Kids), and explains some lyrics that might’ve been taken the wrong way. Shout out to Bo for clearing the air, and keeping it 100% with his fans and the people of Chicago.