Wale’s been hard at work on The Album About Nothing with Jerry Seinfeld and tonight, we get the first single from it which features none other than Jeremih.
Sounds like these two have another hit on their hands — this is too nice. Stream “The Body” below.
Sidenote: That Kells flip is great.
Good news for our friends across the pond: the Chi is headed overseas for a takeover tour of sorts. Starting on September 26th, Hologram Kizzie (a.k.a. Psalm One), ShowYouSuck, The Hood Internet, Auggie The 9th and Fluffy embark on the #ChicagoTakeover Tour, which hits France, the UK, as well as select dates in the Midwest.
The tour runs through October 30th, so if you happen to be in EUR or at select college spots in the Middle West, you can catch this dope lineup. Hit the jump for additional details.
Two of the original Roc Boys, Freeway and Memphis Bleek, were in the Chi last night for a show at The Shrine. And while in the city, Philly Freezer made magic happen alongside Jo Jo Capone and the Global Gangsters. The result? This super fire new track titled “On The Corner.” Whether you’re on them, or just bending them, this track hits you right in the gut. Check it out below.
Directed by The Loafers. Produced by Ill Brown.
Mpulse, along with most of us, doesn’t like to dream about getting paid. So he makes his dreams a reality with “Tired Of Bein’ Broke,” a poke at the world of rap and how hard it is to make an honest buck in this music biz. He’s sick and tired of being sick and tired. Check it out above, and check out his new album Be Incredible right here.
Earlier this year, Chano hit Al Lindstrom’s Toca Tuesdays to premiere a new record titled “Thotty“. There weren’t many details surrounding the song at the time, but we suspected that the track featured or was produced by J. Cole due to Cole’s ad-libs heard in the radio-rip.
Fast forward to this past Thursday and Chance joined Cole onstage during UIC’s Spark In The Park 2014 to perform their collaboration in full. No word on if we’ll get to hear it in mp3 form soon, but we sure hope so.
Until then, check out the footage of Chance and Cole performing “Thotty” above. Thanks, Nav.
Herb connects with Pittsburgh emcee Trillzee for this dope Nate Dogg-sampled joint, “Remember The Eastside.” Nobody does it better, indeed.
B-Hype The Verbal Tantrum jumps down with Gritz for his new single and video “Want Me.” Trust that you’re going to want to watch it above. Hype’s For Her mixtape is due out later this year.