It’s Friday and you can’t figure out where you’re going or what you’re getting into this weekend — sound like an issue you’re having? Well, that’s where FSD comes in. Every Friday, we’ll be highlighting concerts and other events worth checking out over the weekend and the following week.
Want to know what’s going on or where you should be? We have the cheat sheet for you.
The Holy Kit returns with a brand new video. This one comes with the tagline: he’s seen it all, lived through it all and done it all. In his short life, he’s experienced more than most twice his age. So he felt the need to put a visual to it. This is a bird’s eye view into the mind, body and soul (not to mention daily operation) of the Holy one. Watch up top.
Kit’s Lownt Tape drops this summer.
Produced by Montana Macks
Some easy, breezy mood music for the season. Don’t even think twice about pressing play. It’s gonna put you in a good mood, I do promise.
I’ll let Mr. Rich elaborate:
Starting this past fall, I had the pleasure of sitting in on “Wreckshop”, a Hip Hop writing class run by my friend Defcee out of YCA (Young Chicago Authors), the epicenter of underground hip-hop music locally. Week in and week out, I’ve been impressed with the enthusiasm and talent level of the students. I especially appreciated working with Rasaan Khalil, a young man who impressed me with his thoughtful lyricism and voice. It was a no brainer that we should work and I’m very glad we could link and create, “Think Twice” (Produced by Montana Macks).
Pigeons & Waffles this summer.
Produced by SC
Two new Luter records in two weeks? It’s not even Christmas. Or Christmas in July for that matter. From the shadows of Chicago, Mick emerges with another new joint with his righthand man SC handling production. It’s another lyrical exercise featuring Mick brandishing his most valuable weapon — his brain. And he fires at random one this one. Mick’s shootin? Ah made you look.
Grab it below, and thank him for his return. Is there more to come? We shall see.
Produced by Trap Money Benny.
After hitting the e-streets yesterday afternoon, Fredo Santana’s Ain’t No Money Like Trap Money mixtape received an iTunes release via Savage Squad Records and RBC Records. The iTunes version of Fredo’s newest solo effort is completely free of DJ Holiday’s tags (Hoollllliiidddaaaay seaaaaasssoooonn — sorry, had to), so be sure to hit the iTunes store and cop it if you prefer to own that version.
One of my favorites from Ain’t No Money Like Trap Money is the Ty Dolla $ign and Que-assisted “Watch Out,” so it’s only right to bring you guys the tagless version for you to check out. Hey, sharing is caring y’all. Listen to “Watch Out” below.