Produced by Chop Squad DJ and Young Chop.
We’ve got good news and better news. We’ll give you the good news first: Lil Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2 isn’t scheduled to hit the e-streets until tomorrow. Got it? Good. Well, here’s the better news: Justin Credible decided to liberate a new joint from Durk and Johnny May to hold people over until it does.
Listen to Durk and May Cash’s “I Go” below.
Directed by Ben Hughes.
Chop’s return to the booth gets the visual treatment. The single is currently available on iTunes, so grab it after you check out the new video above. No word on if Chop’s Still LP is still on the way, but you certainly expect more new music from Chopper in the near future.
Produced by Franco.
Spoiler alert: No “0-100″ freestyles here. Brian Fresco drops by with a new loosie to hold everyone until he drops his SoulMoney EP and Casanova project later this year. Yes, you read that correctly — two projects are on the way from Fresco.
Now, celebrate that by clicking play on Brian’s latest drop below.
Produced by SC
FACEMOB Music presents the latest and greatest from Big Griff. Profound pontificates on the track as well. They’re erywhere, you’re never there. Griffen’s new project, Ashland Chronicles 2, drops in two days. Prepare yourself for the fireworks on 7/4. Check out the video for “Erywhere” above.
Produced by Kritikal Dyverse.
East Chicago, Indiana native Joey Rockz grabs Big Boss Fredo for his new single, “Bout My Business”. Shouts to DJ Victoriouz for the assist.
Check out what Joey and Fredo cooked up below. They mean business — word to Victoriouz.
Who could it be? It’s Boogie Foo. And don’t forget the name. Ace B8gie is most definitely one of Chicago’s freshest rising talents, with a unique flow, dope wordplay and a crazy ear for beats. B8gie continues to impress with his brand new EP, The B8gie Foo’ Blues, which is now available for download and stream below.
The project is nine tracks deep, featuring work with Bobby Johnson, The Analyst, Mic Terror, Saba, Tree, Giftz and more. Some of my personal favorites from the nine-track opus are “Me & My Trues,” “Bird’s Eye View,” “Indian Summer” and “Make Believe.” I truly pity the foo, that doesn’t get down with this one. Two thumbs up.
Sadly, today Netherfriends five part “Untitled” Film Project comes to a close with the last episode. He wraps things up with the introspective “Outro.” It’s so hard to say goodbye — but dangit he goes out with a bang. Enter the mind of Nether above, and check the other four parts below.
Twista season is upon us. With his Dark Horse LP available for pre-order on iTunes, Twista drops a quick track to remind those of what he does on the mic.
The Dark Horse hits stores and digital retailers August 12th. Until then, get a taste of “Dark Horse Flow” below. Props to Nav for the heads up.
On Tuesday, July 8th, West Coast Don, Casey Veggies, brings his tour through Chicago with a stop at Reggies. Casey will be performing brand new music, as well as fan favorites from his deep catalog. He’s also brought some friends along, as Kevin Abstract, Michael Christmas, Mayo, YP and Logan will also be rounding out the bill. Hustle Simmons will be hosting, while Stefan Ponce handles hosting duties. The event is all ages, doors open at 7p, and tickets are still available right here (grab them now.) You can also buy tickets at Fat Tiger Workshop and Leaders.
However, today we do have one pair of tickets to giveaway to one lucky reader. Hit the jump now to find out how you can win free tickets to see Casey and company on July 8th.