That’s right — our Songs of The Month mixtape series is back for another edition. The Songs Of The Month mixtapes serve as a monthly round-up of everything that has landed on our weekly ‘FSD Songs Of The Week’ lists and will be mixed, sequenced and hosted by none other than DJ Honorz.
Whether you’ve been looking for a mixtape including that dope loosie your favorite artist dropped or you’re looking to get caught up on what you’ve missed this past month, these tapes are for you. November’s installment includes music from Katie Got Bandz, King Louie, SD, JR Donato, Lil Reese, Fredo Santana, Saba and many more.
Stream and download the November edition of the Songs Of The Month mixtape below. If you missed the September edition, grab it here.
Words by Scott Englert of AEMMP Records
Today Chicago’s only student run record label, AEMMP Records of Columbia College releases the debut project from Cae Jones, titled Too Uncool.
Each year students in the label find talent on campus and work directly with them to record, promote, and release music. Following a compilation produced by C-Sick released earlier this year, Too Uncool solely features New York native and sophomore Columbia student, Cae Jones. Utilizing a diverse lineup of producers, these tracks definitely give you a taste of the world that has influenced Cae.
“I wanted to take elements from all genres I like, such as Indie Rock and Dubstep, and blend them all together to make a truly unique and intriguing sound.” – Cae
Stay on the lookout for more to come from AEMMP and check out Too Uncool below.
Directed by Forman James. Produced by YG On Da Beat.
Work, work, work then work some more. That’s what 8TMG/Chop Squad’s YB is doing in his new clip for “Workin So Hard,” featuring Montana and Loso. Check it out above.
Directed by Cole Bennett
Another mini-movie from the young jedi, Spenzo. As part of his new freestyle series, he takes aim at Bandman Kevo’s “Baller In Me” and hits the target dead-on. The Rich Crew is filled with ballaticians, so celebrate their campaign with the ritzy clip you see above. This is only the beginning. Ball till you fall.
On Friday, December 19th, FSD and Jugrnaut join forces to celebrate our 7 year anniversary. Yes, both Fake Shore Drive and Jug hit the seven year mark earlier this year, and like we do every year, we celebrate. On 12/19 we hit the Hard Rock Cafe (63 W Ontario St) and kick off at 10pm. The event is 18+ and features sounds from the likes of Stefan Ponce, Mattboywhite, Manny Muscles and ELZ The DJ. Yes, the lineup is stacked.
Like last year, the first people in the building will be receiving gift bags and swag, so don’t sleep and be sure to arrive early. If you attended our event with Jugrnaut last year, you know how crazy it was, so early arrival is suggested. More details will be trickling out within the next few days, so stay tuned, and empty your calendar for that night.
December 23rd. 12/23. Whatever you wanna call it, it’s KD Young Cocky’s born day. His G-day, whatever you wanna call it. And on this new joint, he’s searching for a birthday girl. Someone to accompany him on his special day. So happy birthday to KD, and whoever choses to be his b-day squeeze.
Find it below.
Everyone has goals. Some loftier than others. But for Shorty K, he knows where he’d like to end up — and that’s smack dab atop the Forbes list. He’d be in good company, that’s for sure. So over this Pressure-produced heater, listen to Shorty wax poetic about stacking it and diversifying it. Look forward to seeing the Jefe Cartel on there next year.
An alternate version of Spenzo’s current single, “I’m So Sorry,” has surfaced. This one features Meek Mill and Maine Man. Not sure where this dropped out of the sky, but you can check it out below.
Directed by Q Hefna
Stay Humble Ent. representer Tony Stanza drops off his latest visual alongside director Q Hefna. In fact, I’m told these two have a bigger cinematic project in the works which will be announced soon. Sir Stanza is also currently hard at work on his new project, The High & Conscious, which should be out sometime next year.
The safety is off above.