Archive for June, 2012
Fresh off of sharing the stage with Three 6 Mafia, GLC & Sir Michael Rocks at Metro Thursday night, YP proceeded to cook up the video for “Hood Shit”. Produced by Lpeezy of The Cartoonz, the record will serve as the first offering from YP’s No Doz project.
Check out a few more flicks below and look for the Young Wonder-directed visual to impact soon.
Hosted by DJ 1Hunnit, DJ Victoriouz, Dough from da Go & Bo Deal
Chicago producer Cryptonite’s new project, The Jordan Era, reads like a who’s who of the Windy City rap scene. The mixtape includes work he’s done with King Louie, Freddie Gibbs, Bo Deal, Alley Boy, Chief Keef, Waka Flocka, Ebone Hoodrich and many more. That’s a gaggle of heavy hitters. All praises due to 23 below the jump…
Chicago beatsmith SC and Prodigy link once again for track nine from Prodigy’s HNIC3, which hits stores and digital retailers Tuesday. Make sure you cop a copy or two.
“Call myself the king cause these n****s wasn’t clamin’ it.” (C) Jewels
Directed by Lucid Perception.
After a brief hiatus, G.o.D. Jewels is back with the first official offering from his forthcoming project, Glimpse Of Destiny.
Courtesy of Pursuit of Dopeness.
Metro was the place to be last night, as DJ Paul and Juicy J, YP, GLC and Sir Michael Rocks all hit the stage for One Off Entertainment’s Sounds Of Summertime Chi concert. Yeah, go ahead and kick yourself if you missed it. Below, you can you catch a few peaks of what went down including Three 6 performing “Stay High”, YP performing his new single (“Hood Shit”), GL and Gaggie running through the Young Chop-produced “Smokin” and more. Check it out.
While visiting DJ KaySlay at the Shade 45 studios, The Bogus Boys cooked up a quick in-studio performance of their Jahlil Beats-produced “Showtime”. This track’s still tough. You can grab the mp3 here if you missed it.
Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 drops this summer.
Directed by APJ Films.
Sasha links with Young Chop for the latest visual offering her forthcoming Do You Know Who I Am. Look for the project to impact later this summer.
Cooked up by the chef DJ Hustlenomics
On his new project, Chris Mille has an appetite for destruction and is Hungry 4 A Mill. Starving even. It’s a whole menu of new tracks, with plenty of choice cuts from one of Chicago’s rising stars. Clean your plate below. I’m done with the food metaphors — I promise.
Something new from Mr. Thanksgiving, featuring two of the hottest rappers of the moment, and Chicago hook king, Jeremih. A moment of silence please…