Produced by Na$im Williams & DC
Singer/songwriter, C. Rich, connects with Treated Crew producer Na$im Williams and producer/engineer DC to craft the beautiful “Beautiful.” This a tale of heading to storied gentlemen outlet, The Factory, with your lady friend. This is interesting to say the least. Check it out below.
Grab C. Rich’s last project, Certified Organic, right here.
On Tuesday, April 15th, Chicagoans will have a chance to meet acclaimed star, Future, up close and personal at DTLR at the River Oaks Center from 4p-6p. Future will be in Chi City promoting his new album, Honest, which is due to hit stores on April 22nd, and is making a stop at DTLR to chop it up with his biggest fans.
With your preorder of Honest (preorder here) for $14.99, you’ll gain access to the DTLR location at River Oaks where you’ll get to meet and greet with Future, get a picture taken with him, and get your deluxe CD booklet signed on site. A great deal, right?
You must preorder the album digitally at this exact link to gain entry. Do so and we’ll see you at the River Oaks Center next Tuesday, April 15th, from 4p-6p.
96 River Oaks Center
Calumet City, IL 60409
Tonight, Chicago Twitter is mourning the alleged loss of Glo Gang rapper Blood Money, who recently appeared on Chief Keef’s latest single, “F*** Rehab.” We do not have details at this time, but sources confirm his passing. His cousin, rapper Matti Baybee, took to Twitter to express condolences. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends.
Update: Blood Money’s publicist reaches out with an official statement:
Mario Hess aka Big Glo (Bloodmoney GBE) was shot multiple times on Thursday April 10, 2014 and later died in a hospital in Chicago IL. Big Glo was recently signed to Interscope records and had recorded several songs for his debut release including songs with Chief Keef and Young Money recording artist Cory Gunz. Story confirmed by Big Glo’s publicist.
Kaaaatttiieeee and King Louie hit Kentucky State University late last month for KYSU’s first ever Spring Fest concert. While sharing the stage, Lou and Katie decided to treat those in attendance to something special and premiere their latest collaboration live.
The record, “Weak”, will most likely appear on Katie’s Drillary Clinton 2 project and it sounds pretty damn tough. Need to hear this joint in mp3 form ASAP. Check out the clip above to get a preview of “Weak”.
Produced by Deezy.
Shorty K unloaded two new joints yesterday (“You See It” and “Whole Lot”) and tonight, he returns with yet another. The latest drop is “Save Me”, which has nothing to do with Keef’s single that shares the same title.
Three new records in 24 hours? At this rate, we’ll have a full project from Shorty K in no time. Staks Fifth Avenue 2 drops sooner than you think.
Looks like we won’t have to wait too long to hear what Tink and Timbaland have been working on. After Timbaland revealed that Tink is his ‘next big project’ last night, Tink decided to give everyone a preview of what the two have been working on.
Via Instagram, the artwork and fifteen seconds of Tink and Timbo’s “Dinero” has been released. Sure, it’s only fifteen seconds but what’s audible sounds great. No word on when we can expect to hear “Dinero” in full, but hopefully it’s sooner than later. Check out a quick preview of the track below.
Shot and chopped by BlaqStar.
New Top. Look for his forthcoming project, At Yo Neck, to drop this summer. He has high hopes it will move units like Churches.
Produced by Sounds By Coop
That artwork is kinda controversial, and so is the content here. You ain’t gotta lie to kick it, but for those who participate in that activity, this one is dedicated to you. If the shoe fits, you know the rest.
Dark Days, Bright Nights Pt. 2. April 29th.
Produced by Loose Cannon
Something new from Visual that is to appear on his collabo project with producer Loose Cannon. Also slated for this year are The Resume Vol. 2 (a mix tape with DJ Scend of SRNC), and Visual’s album The Ambassador. Business is booming.