Chop unleashes something new from his Chop Squad counterparts YB, Johnny May and King Rell. Shout out to the compadres, you heard? This is from YB’s Chances mixtape, hosted by DJ Ben Staxx.
Chicago producer/DJ, Brenmar, drops off another new party-starter from his upcoming album, Award, which drops next week via Fool’s Gold Records. The track list for the EP just surfaced as well, and you can check which four tracks made the cut here:
Brenmar – Award EP Tracklist:
1. Award (feat. Dougie F)
2. Don’t Want It (feat. Sayyi)
3. Hula Hoop (feat. UNiiQU3)
4. Plenty To Spare (feat. Ro James)
Check out “Hula Hoop” below.
Directed by by Asa Davis
A very nice new video courtesy of Jahzel, which is dedicated to the city he loves and calls home: Chicago. He’s “Faithful” to his hometown and the good and bad that comes with it. His story goes quite a bit deeper so I’ll let him elaborate:
Born and raised as a Jehovah’s Witness in Chicago’s Northside, Jahzel’s experienced adversity his entire life with the juxtaposition of his sheltered home life and the tough street life outside his front door. In ministry school he was considered too hood, in the hood he was too “white” because of the way he was raised. However, growing up in Chicago, with its fragile imperfections and strong blue-collar work ethic, trained Jahzel to expect challenges and to work hard. “Adversity is what molds me,” says Jahzel. As a man full of juxtapositions that relate to religion, street life, race, class, and being the son of first generation Nigerian immigrants, Jahzel’s complex experience of growing up in an often-misunderstood city is put on display in his sophomore album, The Wake Up.
The Wake Up drops on 1/19/15.
Last week, we got the debut track from the new group known as ZRO FOX, which consists of ProbCause and Hologram Kizzie (aka Psalm One). The track just so happened to be the same one we get the video for today, which features a guest slot from Ms. Sasha Go Hard. You might not have checked out “Might Not” last week, but you might want to this afternoon. Sleep at your own peril.
ZRO’s self-titled debut drops next week. Set a calendar, tell a friend, etc.
Produced by 808 Mafia.
Following his last offering, Spenzo returns with more new music and this time around, he serves up something a bit tougher. Spenz took a trip to Blatlanta to scoop up Bloody Jay and 808 Mafia for his latest drop, “Choppa City,” which you can listen to below.
Ever wonder what everyday life’s like around Spenzo’s hood? Well, press play and let him take you on an audio tour of “Choppa City.” Ahead Of My Time coming soon.
Directed by Jake Osmun. Produced by Stakzdaproducer.
Whistle-blowers get no love from Kit on his latest offering, “Snitches”. This joint serves as the first drop from Kit’s new project, The Lownt Tape, due out later this year.
Watch the clip above via ‘Plex and stay tuned for more new music from Kit.
Chicago crooner C. Rich puts his creative R&B spin on DeJ Loaf’s current red-hot album cut, “Me, U & Hennessy.” Props to Rich for dropping this before one million other artists follow suit. Don’t believe me just watch. Take a sip and enjoy the drink below.