Gangsta Gibbs connects with producer Salva (“Old English”) once again and this time around, they’re ready to get their pimp on. “Magic” flips Psychodrama’s classic of the same title and even features a verse from Psyde FX of the group.
This joint comes to us via Salva’s Peacemaker LP, which also features guest appearances from Ballout and Tadoe and is available for streaming right here. Listen to “Magic” below.
Produced by Tr3asy From The Chi.
It’s Wednesday, so you know what that means — new music from Grade Aplus and Mike Jaxx for #100Trill Wednesdays. For the third installment in the series, Grade and Jaxx give us “Head Down”.
Check out #100Trill’s latest offering below and check back here next week for another new joint from the duo.
A DJ Victoriouz exclusive. Produced by Oncore.
Trav and Ceno are definitely buzzing like a pair of bumblebees right now, and today they highlight that fact with the flyer than life leak, “Bumblebee.” Consider this a gift from the Mobb until their Super Saiyan 2 project hits the streets. Sicko, Victoriouz and Oncore? That’s a winning team.
Directed by Sean Pain
The Chosen One takes us out West to his home turf to show us how they do it on the left side of the city. It’s a dope dual video chock full of intricate bars, too clever for the common listener. It’s flee and it’s special.
When I saw the title of this, I was hoping it was a dedication to the white guard with the short shorts who could dish like no other. But you know when you’re getting some newness from Jahzel, it’s going to go much deeper. He’s the polar opposite of shallow [insert John Stockton shorts joke here]. But man, gotta give credit where credit is do, because I love this sample and how Jah flipped it.
His latest endeavor is an ode to growing up on the Northside of the Chi and the trials and tribulations he and many others face.
“John Stockton / Radio Raheem” is the third single from Jahzel’s album, The Wake Up, which releases early 2015. Speaking on the album, Jahzel says: “My overall message is to show those who may be unaware of the struggles of the inner city youth, through stories of personal experience, the complex decisions that must be made on a daily basis, which are also restricted by limited options. Many of the youth and young adults like myself mean well, and desire for what we all desire for, happiness. It’s just not always that easy.”
Ikon has been hitting the target like crazy with these releases from his upcoming compilation, Private Stock. Week after week the leaks have been stellar, and today he keeps his track record up to par with “Same Ol” featuring some inspired words from Kahrion. Yeah, the song title might be a little misleading because, no, this isn’t the same ol same ol.
Private Stock is due out in November.
400 Degreez? That G-Code? Project English? Juve The Great? Reality Check? Well, check on all of those. But that’s not what Mr. Moody is here to represent. He does, however, flip a hot Juve line and makes it a hot song. Marcus has been doing his thing since his juvenile days. Can you say the same?
Anyhoo, if this new video doesn’t make you wanna back that thang up, then I’m not sure anything will. Press play and get up out of your seat.
St. Louis and Chicago connect on this bouncy new radio-ready record “I Know,” from Stunt Taylor and 777. STL and The Stuntman know a thing or two, and they show and prove on this new collabo produced by Chi City beatsmith Snapbackondatrack. Know that.
Happiness evades many — actually, happiness evades most. but R.O.E. sets out to fill the world with more happiness on his new project, To Happiness. I mean, check the album cover, it’s a definite feel good. Today he rises above envy yet again, for his new single “Beware.”
So support R.O.E. on his road to happiness below. Beware, though. It’s infectious.