Tomorrow night, Ty Dolla $ign and Lil Bibby bring their In Too Deep tour through the Windy City for a stop at Bottom Lounge. Alex Wiley and Mic Terror round out the bill, which will be one that you won’t want to miss. The event is 17+ plus and kicks off at 8pm. Tickets are still available right here, but today we have one pair of tix to giveaway to one lucky FSD reader, courtesy of 1833 Presents.
TY DOLLA $IGN
The In Too Deep Tour
Featuring Special Guest
THURSDAY, NOV. 13TH
8pm | 17+
Rising Chicago emcee Black RalphyL drops off his brand new project, Higher Learning. The opus includes 14 new tracks including work with C-Sick, Araab Muzkik, DJ Caleeb, Roy French and others. Get a college education courtesy of Ralphy below. No diploma necessary.
Directed by Matias Purnell
Over the course of the past few years, Bo Deal has been one of the most prolific Chicago artists, seemingly dropping new projects every few months, and videos and songs every few weeks. But as of late, he’s slowed up a bit, but that was just in order to build an arsenal of all new material. And today he begins his onslaught with the video for “Real vs. Fake.” Which side are you on?
Real N**** Campaign mixtape due out soon.
One third of the Hurt Everybody trio steps out on his own for a solo endeavor, Magic City. And Freddy Got Magic proves he has a few tricks up his sleeve with this eight song effort. Straight abra cadabra, with features and production from Hurt Everybody buddies Carl and Mulatto Beats, with outside help from Sami Beatz.
Fans of the trio should also be excited, however, as it was announced tonight that their sophomore set will drop on January 4th, 2015. For now, enter City limits below.
Directed by Zae
Line one, money’s calling. Who’s on the phone? Shye, that’s who. And he’s done it yet again. Shye’s last few joints were straight flame, and he ignites yet again with this visual for “Money Call.” Young Chop is on the beat, and I must admit, I love this switch up from the jolly good fellow. This record is a winner, but we already told you that. Straight money. Click over, though — it’s calling.
Hosted by DJ Victoriouz & DJ Amaris
The UFB collective blesses the world with their latest mixtape, PLYMKRS — and best believe this young conglomerate is not only making plays, but calling them as well. 14 new tracks that not only get the party started, but also make you think about the world around you. A nice balance. The play is below, no fumbles allowed.
RMB Justize provides the backdrop for fellow Taylor Gang represenative Tuki Carter’s “So High,” which also features Key!
Check out what Tuki, Key and RMB cooked up below and be sure to peep Tuki’s Tuki Tape project right here.
Man, I’m starting to think C-Sick hoards his best beats for King Louie and Aceso. I you remember correctly, Aceso had a whole project full of C-Sick production a couple of years back, and today he lands another winner with “The Plan.”
This is pulled from his upcoming project, Sick City, which I’m hoping is entirely produced by C-Sick (I mean Sick is in the title), as these two have a serious chemistry together. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Check out Ace getting to his plans up above.
QBall of the Crucial Conflict fam unveils his full roster today with their debut project, CRS Management Group Presents – The Birth compilation. The project is 10 tracks strong, and features their handpicked militia of talented artists: Tone Capone, G-No, Nine-1, $tack$, Nevermore, Dave The King and others. It’s a solid outing chock full of fresh talent, so listen to them shock the world below. Happy Birthday.