Archive for July, 2012
In week two of The Lost Childhoods series, Dave Coresh lends his services to the non-for-profit organization that strives to raise awareness about youth violence in the city of Chicago. This is part of a larger project The Lost Childhoods plan to release in the very near future. Read up on the needed organization here, and check out their second release below.
Directed by Chris & Blaq
Fact: Everyone in Chicago knows Mil Tickit. There’s no denying that. No check out the official video for his bubbling single above.
As an added bonus we also have his new single “Diddy’s Money” below the cut.
Directed by Lucid Perception.
Jewels is back with the latest installment of his Looking Glass series, which includes the video for “Live Fast, Die Fancy”. Also, if you enjoy the soundtrack from G.o.’s recent drops, then you may want to check out producer Hero George’s Fly Ass Beat Tape.
Onis gets chopped with Snapback for his latest single. This one will land on his DJ Burn One-hosted project The Time Is Now. Look for that in late-August.
A few weeks back, King L hit the lab with red hot Atlanta producers, Mike Will Made It and Sonny Digital, to cook up some new tracks for his upcoming Epic/Lawless Inc. debut Dope & Shrimp. I think I speak for everyone when saying Dope & Shrimp just got a lot more exciting.
If you haven’t downloaded Louie’s Showtime mixtape, I suggest you do so now.
The Chief Keef domestic tour continues, as he hit Houston a few days ago with his GBE crew. Here he runs through his hits including “Understand Me” (sans Jeezy), “I Don’t Like” and “3Hunna”
Nelly was in town today and dropped by 107.5 WGCI’s The Morning Riot to talk about mentoring new artists, dating Ashanti and his new album, M.O.
This morning, Lupe hit Windy City Live to talk about a few things including the violence in the city, his new album and what’s changed in hip-hop. Interesting points, Lu.