Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive
It’s a family affair for the Winners Circle coalition, as KiD and KD Young Cocky connect for the haunting “Tell Me,” with D. Brooks on the beat. Let them tell you about it, but let me tell you first that this one bangs. Check it out below.
More Free Crack.
With the release of Kid Ink and BatGang’s 4B’s mixtape comes this brand new joint from Lil Bibby and Ink, titled “All I Need”. With Kid Ink on hook duty, Bibby goes in and delivers two solid verses. Juco Brix on the beat.
Grab Kid Ink and BatGang’s 4B’s mixtape here and remember that Bibby’s Free Crack 2 impacts this Friday.
Directed by Yellow Nguyen.
Following the release of his new EP with ScionAV, Kembe X delivers an official video for the Ab-Soul and Alex Wiley-assisted “As I Unfold”. This record was one of the standouts and one of my personal favorites from Kembe’s EP, which I suggest you grab right here if you haven’t gotten a chance to yet.
Check out the video for “As I Unfold” above and look for Kembe’s full length album to impact in the near future.
Produced by Lifted.
I’ve been waiting to hear a collaboration from Rittz and Twista since hearing Rittz’ “Sober” last year and today, we finally get one. Twista joins Rittz on the latest single from his upcoming Next To Nothing LP, titled “Bounce”. This joint’s just as smooth as you’d imagine it to be.
Giftz keeps the new music rolling as he uses the instrumental for Wayne and Drake’s “Grindin” as the backdrop for his latest drop. As expected, Giftz kills it. Hopefully, we’ll get to hear Giftz over some original Boi-1da and Vinylz production in the near future.
Giftz’ ESGN debut, Mirrors, is due out soon. I suggest you keep an ear out for that. Until then, check out Giftz’ rendition of “Grindin” below.
Louie Louie connects with Chicago R&B duo, The Gentz, for this ode to knockin’ boots titled “I Just Wanna.” Louie and The Gentz definitely slow it waaaay down for this one. Be on the lookout for their BedRoomMusic album, due out later this year.
Today we take it to the North Pole for this new clip from the Chicago’s own, Bread Doe. Bread is the first in-house artist of Chicago’s newly launched Remix Project, which is now taking place in the Lacuna Artist Lofts in Pilsen.
My man Gavin Sheppard, who is running point at the Remix Project, wrote a thing or two about the video and song, which I’ve shared with you below. Keep an eye out for Bread’s North Shore EP, due out later this year.
Raised in North Chicago, recording artist & producer Bread Doe is proud to release the first single and video from his forthcoming “The North Shore EP” – North Chicago.
Shot by frequent collaborator Tim G Films, North Chicago is a gritty and melodic ode to the community and the people who raised him.
Having produced for Chicago’s King Louie (“Remember,” Drilluminatti 2) and collaborated with Chi Hoover (“Anything”), the young creative has recently become The Remix Project’s first recording artist-in-residence as the internationally awarded cultural incubator begins to develop it’s programming in the city.
Ceno and Trav are back. Yep, after taking some time off to show off their lyrical capabilities on a slew of industry remixes, Polo Grounds/RCA recording artists Sicko Mobb are back to get the FeFe rocking. “Range Rover” features the duo getting back to business in the truest sense of the word. It’s time to get your feet moving, and Trav and Ceno do that perfectly with this new one called “Range Rover.” Skeeee-eeeee.
Also, this joint will NOT be featured on their forthcoming mixtape, SSV2, which should drop later this year. Grab it below — and don’t pump your brakes.
Produced by Tye Hill
Some absolute goodness from the Mayhem Machine — and the extended family. Lennon, Tree and Tye — three names you should know by now if you’re at least a casual reader of FSD. The track is “Casu Marzu” — but nothing’s rotten about this cheese.
Can’t wait for Lennon’s forthcoming solo album, My Chemical Romance, as it’s sounding sonically incredible at this point. And cot damn if Tree isn’t the hardest working dude in Chicago rap right now. Seriously, MC Tree G is everywhere.
Directed by leondotcom x @mudwingmedia
Another winner form Bennie and Cayex Illah, who is now known as M’Claren Cay. Both of these dudes snapped the eff off on this one. Thou shall not sin, even though many are committed on this track. Mainly wrath. Peep this mini-movie above.