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Lucki Ecks Added To ‘The Old Danny Brown Tour’

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments


Congrats are in order for rising Chicago artist, Lucki Ecks, who has just been added as direct support for Danny Brown’s cross country jamboree, The Old Danny Brown Tour. Lucki will jump on the tour during its Midwest run, and you’ll be able to catch him in a city near you starting next month (April 22nd.)

Hit the jump for the official dates and locations where you’ll be able to see Luck live and in person, and be sure to buy your tickets for The Old Danny Brown Tour right here.

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J.R. Donato – Couldn’t Wait

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments


Produced by Paris Beuller

J.R. Donato is Chicago’s resident Taylor Gang representer. And today he makes a big move, by dropping his official first single, “Couldn’t Wait,” which features powerhouse producer Paris Beuller behind the boards.

This song is a statement piece, and is just a small taste of what you can expect from Donato’s North Pole project, which drops later this year. You’ve waited long enough, now here’s “Couldn’t Wait.”

SZA f/ Chance The Rapper – Child’s Play

| March 25, 2014 | 1 Comment


Produced by XXYYXX and Dae One.

TDE’s first lady and Chancellor The Rapper meet on “Child’s Play”, the latest offering from SZA’s forthcoming album. No Bushwick Bill. Smooth vocals from SZA and a solid verse Chance? Can’t ask for much more.

SZA’s album, Z, is due out April 8th. Stream “Child’s Play” below.

Pugs Atomz f/ Awdazcate – #IridiumLife [Prod. by Araab Muzik]

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments


From GLC to ZMoney to Pugs Atomz — you’ve seen Chicago clothing brand, Iridium, on many of the city’s finest. They even have a super swanky location on State Street. But they’ve been missing one important thing during their heat wave: a theme song. Well, today everything changes as Iridium flag-waver Pugs Atomz emerges with the official theme song for the brand. Frequent collaborator Awdazcate and producer Araab Muzik show up to contribute as well. Big doings.

a soundtrack to the collection featuring some of the brands favourite established and upcoming artist, set to impact in late April. for the first release Iridium’s Creative Director Pugs Atomz teams up with super producer Araab Muzick for the infectious #iridumlife. This song sets the mood for the new movement “never loses the passion to go platinum, to create, to inspire”. Frequent collaborator singer Awdazcate pops up on the hook and outro, play and enjoy.

The O’My’s f/ Zion, Dally Auston & Zack Wicks – Precious Light

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments


Produced by The O’My’s and C. Lang.

New music from The O’My’s is always welcomed and today, they give us “Precious Light” featuring Zion, Dally Auston and the late Zack Wicks. Digging the vibe on this record. Check out “Precious Light” below.

Jay Stonez – Valet

| March 25, 2014 | 2 Comments


Produced by Supa Lo Beats

Stonez has so many rides, he’s in more cars than your average valet. He’s not passing out tickets, though — he is the ticket. No tip necessary.

Video: Wheatie f/ Murph Watkins – Often

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Directed by Triston H Designs

A new video from Wheatie’s forthcoming Sham Shame mixtape. Murph Watkins shows up to aid and assist. Watch it early. Watch it often.

Video: Pavy – Caesar’s Birth

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Directed by Joe Lewis & Bernie Villapando

Pavy has a new project scheduled to drop this summer, which features production from Paris Beuller and Coop, and today he gives us the first offering with “Caesar’s Birth.” He’s out to conquer the game, so consider this one his theme song.

Video: Lil Durk – Don’t Understand Me

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

You cram to understand Durk, but you can’t. It’s above your paygrade. Take a walk in Durk’s shoes with his latest clip, “Don’t Understand Me” above.

Signed To The Streets 2 coming soon.

Video: Pha’tal f/ Young Tee Tee – Coke Boa

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Video by DADAcreative, Nick Brazinsky & Pha’tal

Pha’tal grabs Young Tee Tee for this new joint they’re calling “Coke Boa.” If you enjoy this one, you can grab it and more on Pha’s Phuck Yo Favorite Rapper project, which is available here.