Chance The Rapper headlined night 15 of Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days In L.A. at the House Of Blues last night and it was just as amazing as you’d imagine. The sold-out event was packed early with a line down the street and tons of fans excited to see Chano do his thing. No surprise there, but Chance did have a few tricks up his sleeve.
Chance delivered an amazing set, which included a preview of a couple of new records and even brought out a special guest. Before closing out his set, Chance decided to surprise the audience and bring out Big Sean to perform his single “IDFWU”. Check out what went down in the clip above.
Directed by Seuss Leroy
One of my favorite joints off the undeniably dope, and insanely slept on White Gzus project finally gets the video treatment. With Mano aiding and assisting, Blanco Caine and Gzus Piece show the world a little piece of Chicago that is rarely seen: a side that prefers Dobbs hats, furs and Cadillacs.
“Pimp On” features a top notch flip of a PsychoDrama classic, and finds the Treated Crew stackin’ and mackin’ in downtown Chicago. No po pimps over here. Bend a few corners with the bad boys in black above.
Grab Stackin’ N Mackin’ Vol. 1 right here. Trust me, you’ll like it.
Produced by Carl & Supa Bwe
The Hurt Everybody gang drop off the morbidly titled new single “Grandma Death (Roberta Sparrow),” which is a taste of what you can expect from their forthcoming album, 4Kings, dropping on January 4th, 2015. Enter the funeral below.
Common enlists Malik Yusef and a large crew of other talented artists to raise awareness on global climate change, with the educational “Trouble In The Water.” This will appear on the charity project, HOME, which is due out in the near future.
Press play and spread the word in support of a good cause.
Dreamville representer Cozz descends on Chicago Sunday night for a concert at Subterranean, and today we have 5 pairs of tickets to giveaway. It’s 17+ and doors are at 7:30p.
Tickets are still available right here. Hit the jump to find out how to win.
The artist formerly known as Fonz E Mak is back with a nice record dedicated to one of his favorite (err…favorite?) neighborhoods in the Chi, Logan Square. Here he does it for those kicking it on the corners of Milwaukee and California — and the surrounding areas. Find out why below.
EMIL’s nineteen / TWENTY drops Feb 28th, 2015
Directed by Jawney Qvest.
SD’s debut album, Truly Blessed, hits iTunes next week — November 18th to be exact. The project is now available for preorder right here, and today SD and his label, iHipHop, give us the dope video for “Circles.” This is actually a pretty great record, one that keeps the formula of the old and beloved GBE-era tracks and tact. Digging this one.