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After a few teases over the past few weeks, Logan finally releases his newest offering which bares the name of Kim K’s younger sister — “Kendall Jenner”. Logan’s ode to Kendall Jenner follows the release of his video for “My Religion”, which you can peep here if you missed it.
Dopping a song for your #wcw/#wce? Smart move, Logan. Listen to “Kendall Jenner” below.
EMIL celebrates the first of the month with a brand new EP. I’ll let him take it from here:
During the process of making nineteen / TWENTY, I found myself having bigger ideas musically and I wanted to make a project that reflected those ideas. “Almost October” is not a tape made out of nineteen / TWENTY throw aways, it’s a real project.
Stream and download Almost October below. nineteen/TWENTY coming soon.
Akron representer Jack Tunny returns with his latest offering and video, “Until My Heart Stops”. You’ll be able to grab this joint on Traps N Trunks’ Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks 87 mixtape and Jack’s upcoming Akghanistan project.
Props to Traps N Trunks for the heads up.
Chicago’s own Da Internz and their Affordable Healthcare band provide the backdrop for track eight from Eric Bellinger’s Choose Up Season project, which features G.O.O.D. Music princess Teyana Taylor.
Listen to what Da Internz, Eric and Teyana cooked up below.
Fefe at the mansion.
R. Kelly and Ricky Rozay connected in Atlanta yesterday to shoot the the official video for “Keep Doing That” a.k.a. “Rich B*tch”, which is said to be the next single from Ross’ upcoming Hood Billionaire LP. From the look of things, Kellz and Ross had some fun shooting this one.
Look for the song and it’s Dre Films-directed video to impact soon. Until then, check out a few shots from the set below the jump.
The entire Treated Crew was in the building last Thursday night for the Treated Tribe Installation at Wicker Park’s Chop Shop & 1st Ward, which was where you should’ve been if you weren’t there.
The night featured performances from White Gzus, SaveMoney, Chuck Inglish, Saint Millie and many more of the Treated Cult’s own. In the clip above, you can catch Mano, Herron The Don and Jon James performing the G Webbie-produced “Cornasto” at the Installation.
“Cornasto” can be found on Treated Crew’s Treated Tribe album, which is available for purchase on iTunes.
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To show his fans some appreciation for supporting the release of his debut LP, Kid Vishis offers up a new freebie featuring fellow Detroit representative Trick Trick.
Kid Vishis’ album, Timing Is Everything, is available for purchase on iTunes now. Stream and download “Just Rap” below.