Chief Keef – Ain’t Missing You


Holy moly, Keef took a turn on this one. For real, this is not what you’re expecting from The Cozart. It’s like he’s flipped an 80s joint and went pop — a total u-turn from the type of records he’s been dropping over the past few years. It might even have a country twist in there. I’m not mad at this at all, and in fact, I’m really messing with the direction here. Keef ain’t missing you at all. Unless you’re Blood Money, of course.

Check out Keef gone pop below. This is allegedly the first single from his new album due out on FilmOn Music.

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New Project: Mike Schpitz – Topeka, High


Topeka-born, Chicago-living emcee Mike Schpitz returns with a brand new 14-track project (18 if you count the bonus joints) titled Topeka, High. It’s a look back in time, with a 2015 twist on it. Slot-A, Maja 7th, Ill Brown and many others show up to assist in making this high school reunion a success. Get High below.

The album is inspired by and is loosely structured around a high school day at my alma mater(are high school’s alma maters?) Topeka High School. This album has a couple meanings, since I no longer live in Topeka, it is a nod to my hometown. The album is a mix of soulful, reflective hip hop, strictly rhyming and upbeat tracks and some more futuristic sounds mixed with boom bap breaks. The sound is a combination of all of my previous projects and I got to work with almost everyone producer and emcee that I wanted to. I even pulled a couple guys out of retirement. The story of the album actually ends with Still High and So High, which is leading to a potential follow up project. The production is from ThatKidMyself, ILL Brown, Maja 7th, Slot-A, LONEgevity and D-Que and features mostly Topeka artists but also guys like Pete Sayke, Panama and DreDai.

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Problem f/ Cash Out, Freddie Gibbs & Bad Lucc – I Just Wanna Be Loved


“I’m just looking for love, I know somebody got it” – Hov

Produced by Seige and Problem.

Problem, Freddie Gibbs, Ca$h Out and Bad Lucc just want to be loved on this new joint from Problem’s newest project, Mollywood 3: The Relapse (Side B).

Gangsta Gibbs and Problem always deliver solid collaborations and this joint is another W for the two spitters. Check out what Problem, Gibbs, Ca$h Out and Lucc cooked up together below.

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