Directed by Zae. Produced by Murda Beatz.
After a few previews, Durk unleashes his latest clip from Signed To The Streets 2. NSFW, depending on where you work. Durk’s next project, Remember My Name, is coming soon.
Produced by Ralf Zilla.
Green Sllime and SolarFive connect and take it back to Nichols Park for this new visual, which you can peep above.
Here is a rare glimpse into the early life of one of Chicago’s most elusive figures, Green Sllime. The beat oozes nostalgia as Sllime and Five flashback to adolescent memories in Nichols Park, from accidentally doing heroin to gang banging on purpose. RIP Rust. RIP Dare.
Check out the clip for “Nichols Park” above.
Produced by Tye Hill
The Boston duo of HadisH and $hamel, otherwise known as Word of Mouth, connect with Banco for “Reign Supreme” over this super official Tye Hill production. Look for the full album to impact on 9.20.14, but for now watch them reign supreme above.
Directed by Jake Osmun and The Smokebooth
It pains us to report that ZMoney is back behind bars, but unfortunately that’s the case. We’re not sure how long he’s going to be down, but hopefully it’s just a short stay. But one cog can’t stop the machine, as Z drops a brand new video to hold us over until his street date. Today we bring you the world premiere of “F*ck A Friend / Trap House Going Crazy.” It’s an indication of just where Z was headed before he had to go back on hiatus.
If you’d like to support Z while he’s away, head here and grab some merch. But for now, go crazy with this latest endeavor above. 3MPIRE still coming soon.
Produced by Mad Bliss
Nate Knew. Vic Spencer. This dynamic duo give us a nice new collabo named after the house Joe, Vic and Terrell built. DBM — otherwise don’t be mad. Watch the magic unfold between Nathan and V-I-C below. And enjoy this one, because it’s one of the last leaks you’re going to get from Nate for a while. Do you believe in magic? Or nah?
Produced by Young Chop
Arguably the two Chicago artists with the most chemistry, Lil Durk and Lil Reese, drop off their brand new collabo, “Jack Boys,” not to be confused with Durk’s 2012 track of the same name.
The Jack Boys are on the loose. Stay woke. Young Chop is on the beat. Love seeing the band back together again.
Updated with NO DJ version below.
Hosted by DJ Tekniz, DJ ESudd and DJ Scream.
Cap 1’s latest full length project, Caviar Dreams 2, is finally available for stream and download. Cap’s newest effort features fourteen new tracks and guess appearances from 2 Chainz, Young Dolph, Ty Dolla $ign and more.
Hit the jump and grab Caviar Dreams 2 below.
It’s been almost 10 years since Do or Die last released an album as a group, leaving many fans wondering what was the status of the Westside trio. Solo albums from AK and Belo have emerged, while rumors of a group project have come and gone without so much as a single surfacing (save for 2012’s “Do Your Thing.”)
Well, D.O.D. fans can worry no more, as Do Or Die have just revealed to FSD that they have a new album ready to roll with longtime label home, Rap-A-Lot, with distribution from Sony Red. Belo, Nard and AK are set to head down to Houston to apply some finishing touches to the project, titled Picture This 2, and they have shared an official track list and revealed a handful of features which consist of Rick Ross, Johnny P and Twista (more will be announced soon.)
No hard release date has been announced, but it should be out by the end of the year. Color us excited. For now, we can share the official track list which you can find below. Hopefully Picture This 2 can live up to its predecessor. Welcome back fellas.