“Everybody’s Something” w/ Chance The Rapper
Last night, Saba tore down Concord Music Hall in Chicago, as part of Red Bull’s Sound Select series. Tree was also on the bill, which included some of the dopest artists in the city. During Saba’s headlining set, the rising rapper brought out the likes of Chance The Rapper, Mick Jenkins, Eryn Allen Kane and Tree to share the stage with him. From the clips above you can see how wild the crowd got.
Check out clips of Saba, Chance, Mick, Eryn and Tree rocking out above and below. The do tracks like “Everybody’s Something,” “Heaux,” “Burnout,” and “For Y’all.” Stay tuned for more RBSS events taking off in 2015.
Shouts to Pursuit of Dopeness
Chris Crack and Roy French. Crack & French. You get it. They’re a duo here, and they do what they do best in this clean new Cole Bennett-directed video. It’s a killer combo of futuristic raps and slaps. Do Crack, Speak French. I guess that’s the motto here. Ha!
On Tuesday, December 23rd, one of Chicago’s most exciting new artists, Lil Herb, performs his first-ever headlining show at RIFF (2239 S. Michigan Ave.) . This Eve of the Eve special event will also feature live performances from KM Tha Original and music by DJ L. Doors open at 7pm, with the show kicking off at 8pm. Tickets are $30 at door, $20 in advance. This is a 21+ event.
However, as we do for our loyal FSD readers, today we have two pairs of tickets to giveaway. All you have to do is be the first person to correctly answer the trivia question below.
If you don’t win the free tickets, FSD readers will have the opportunity to attend the concert for the discounted price of $12 — for a limited time only — with the FSD7 promo code. You must click THIS LINK to get the promo discounted tickets. And it’s simply FSD7.
Herb will also be hosting a meet and greet at Jugrnaut prior to the show (the flyer for which is also below). To RSVP for the limited entry meet and greet email here: 150LilHerbFans@gmail.com
Also stay tuned for Herb’s new single alongside KM Tha Original, “Why Is That,” which will be premiering on FSD on 12/23/14 — directed by DGainz. Stay tuned for more details and check out the information below.
Po Pimpin’ ain’t easy. Fact. Even for guys like Tony. Nevertheless, King Louie returns, as Tony, for some pimp tales with “Tony Po Pimpin.” He slows it down a bit and channels that Westside Chi player music for this loose track he’s decided to unleash.
Louie’s pimp hand is strong, and he definitely lays the game down with this one. Drilluminati 3 will be dropping at the top of next year, so enjoy this new one (which won’t appear on the project) until then. Pimp on.
Yung Berg a.k.a. Hitmaka stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk bout what he’s been working on and much more. Berg speaks on working on Nicki Minaj’s album (Berg produced four records on The Pinkprint), Love & Hip Hop, and even clears the air regarding some recent allegations from Ray J and his manager.
Check out the full interview above.
Directed by D.C. Sampson. Produced by Tmthy Trtl.
We’re long overdue for some goodness from Chris Crack. I’m sure he looked his calendar like: “What day is a good day to drop ‘Today?’ TODAY!” and just like that the visual appears. Any day is a good day for some new Crackaveli, but today is even better.
The New Deal Crew Loves You, and so they’ve decided to bless you with a gift just in time for the holidays. This is just a small taste of what you can expect from his upcoming 2015 release, Dope Boys Don’t Wait Till Summer.
Ha! Gotta love the title. So why wait until summer when you can get it “Today”? Enjoy it above.
Directed by Oak Street Mutual Media
Ceno and Trav already shook things up a bit when they dropped their “House Party” track a few days ago. Now they’re back the glossy video to accompany — and the duo bring it back to Chicago to show you how they get down. Follow the duo as they shut down some house parties, while keeping various FeFe’s rocking throughout (even at Lacuna). It’s a “House Party” and we’re all invited.
Stay tuned for their debut album, dropping at some point in 2015.
Directed by J. Krown & XVRHLDY
With David Ashley of JODY in tow, XVRHLDY drops off his sinister new clip for “The Root.” It’s not for the faint of heart, but even if you are the faint of heart you should still watch it. There’s some riveting imagery here, no doubt about that. The root of all evil is real and can be found in “The Root” directly above.
If you like what you see here, be sure to check out XVR’s first-ever headlining show at Tonic Room on 12/26. He’ll be performing with his live band as well as sliding out pizza slices to those in attendance.
Stay tuned for his new EP, Need To Know II: LUNA, hosted by Vic Lloyd which is due out early next year.