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FSD Feature: Artist Spotlight – Mic Terror


Words by Clynt Johnson (@BornRaisedChi)

We recently sat down with one of Chicago’s most influential (read: bitten) artists and Treated Crew repper Mic Terror for our latest artist spotlight. Mic T has been one of the leading figures in the Chicago movement for years and is currently making waves on the ‘Late Pass Tour.’ We were able to spend some quality time with Terror, and asked the important questions such as what he likes to eat, his sports knowledge, and his impact on Chicago. Get the skinny below.

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FSD Feature: God – In GOD’s Grace


Words by Ryan Chandler (@NayrRyChi)

A lot can change in a year. During the summer of 2014, FSD had the opportunity to interview the courageously named Chicago artist, God. At the time, God had just released his debut (and controversially titled) project The Bible. Fast forward to Fall 2015, and few things have changed — but the is irreplaceable has stayed the same. New people, places, and experiences; but the same soul and vision.

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FSD Feature: Why Isn’t This On The Radio: Spenzo f/ Young Thug “I’m So Sorry”


Words by Carlos Arrieta (@LOSO.70)

We live in an exciting time for Chicago Hip-Hop. Ever since Chief Keef broke into the mainstream in 2012, there has been a ton of attention given to the new generation of Chicago rappers. There’s a plethora of emcees who’ve risen to national prominence including King Louie, Lil Herb, Lil Bibby, Katie Got Bandz, Vic Mensa and Chance the Rapper, among others.

One of the most charismatic of this new class of rappers is Englewood emcee Spenzo. Spenzo has been steadily making a rise to the top with the quality of his songs improving from project to project. His first hit to make some noise was the Young Chop-produced “Do This All Night,” which he followed up with his biggest hit to date “Wife Her,” which still sits as one of the top songs in Chicago on Spotify’s play charts. He followed up that monster with the Honorable C-Note-produced heater “I’m So Sorry.”

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