Produced by Cash Money AP.
Durk’s been busy working on his Def Jam debut, but today he took some time to drop off a brand new joint that he’s calling “Jealous”. Can’t be mad at this one.
Check out “Jealous” below. Durk’s debut album, Remember My Name, is on the way.
Directed by Cain Wild Beats
Go behind the scenes of The Boy Illinois’ new video for “Black Male,” which features Twista and Trae Tha Truth. The video drops next week, and it’s sure to be epic. We’ve been waiting a while on this one, so look for it to impact with a boom when it hits.
We’ve known Timbaland had been working closely with Tink over the past few months, but her status as a signed artist has been relatively unknown until now. However, today it was announced that Timbaland has a new label partnership with Epic Records for his Mosley Music Group imprint, with this first artists being Tink and V. Bozeman.
Not much is known about the label other than the partnership with Epic Records, but expect to hear some big things between Tink and Timbaland in the very near future. Congrats to all parties involved on this one.
The artist formerly known as Twone Gabz has been making the rounds lately, spreading the word about male breast cancer, as well as his fight for survival with the deadly disease. This morning he sat down with WCIU’s morning show to discuss his status as well as promote his Different Shades of Pink concert, which takes place this Sunday (10/26) at The Shrine.
Twone was also on the Rickey Smiley show recently, and we have audio of that below (as well as the WCIU video). For details and tickets for Sunday night’s show at The Shrine head over here.
Get Crack. Now that would be a great name for a joint project between Get Gwop and Chris Crack. Today we get their first-ever collaboration with “Boomin,” a booming new track featuring both emcees waxing poetic about a slew of different topics. Dopeness ensues. Boom goes the dynamite, fr fr.
Shot and chopped by Olivia Curry. Produced by RMB Justize.
VIRU and RMB Justize smooth things out in the video for “Grand National Flow”, the second offering from their upcoming project and documentary titled Wavy. Press play and take a ride with VIRU and RMB in the clip above.
Produced by Stvnton.
A1 Records’ own Ferrari Ferrell brings it to the Chi for his new single, “On Sight”, featuring G Herbo a.k.a. Lil Herb. Ferrari and Herb both handle their business in the booth and they certainly go in on this joint.
Ferrari’s Loop God mixtape is set to drop Monday (10/27), while Herb’s Ballin’ Like I’m Kobe mixtape is due out in the near future. I suggest keeping your ears open for both and giving “On Sight” a listen below.
Dem #100Trill Boyz are back with “No One Cares.” But FSD cares, if don’t nobody else care. On this one, Grade Aplus and Mike Jaxx do it for the 9 to 5’ers out there trying to live their dreams while juggling a dead end job. Clock in all business, clock out doing raps. It’s a hectic life, but there is a balance and light at the end of the tunnel. Take it from someone who has been there. Keep pushing. But outwork everyone else — it’s the only way out.
Directed by Alvin Elmore. Produced by Cicero On Da Beat.
There’s no better feeling in the world than looking your Mom square in her eyes and telling her that you made it. Seriously. Here I.L gives it up for the Mothers of our world. The Old Earths. Check the video above.
Words by FSD contributor, rapper, funnyman & Mr. All Things Chicago: Fatboi Fresh (
Those of you who know me know that there’s nothing I love more than the westside of Chicago. Growing up on the westside, there have been many fads that have come and gone, but only one has remained an important part of westside history and gained iconic status in the local fashion world, and that’s the 150 (Buck Fifty) hat. The 150 gets its name from the standard price of the hat which was originally $150.00 but actually the hat’s price can range anywhere from $150.00 to $1,500 USD, and was once sold exclusively at the now-closed Breyers clothing store downtown.