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New Project: BRENT RAMBO – Subtweets In Musical Form

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The most hilarious Chicago artist on the Twitter, BRENT RAMBO, emerges with a whole ass project to help you get your weekend started. SIMF, or Subtweets In Musical Form, is part instrumental, part full song, project that showcases the talents of BRENT and his immediate circle.

BRENT handles the production (natch), while Warhol.SS, Ugly Friend and others show up to contribute. It’s 12 tracks of warrior music from Chicago’s RAMBO. Make sure you give it a spin or three below.

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Air Credits – So Heavy

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If you don’t know by now, Air Credits are ShowYouSuck and The Hood Internet. They’ve been dropping some heat from their upcoming collabo album — and I must say, no two songs sound the same. They are pushing the boundaries on this one, and the results have been solid.

They’re currently bouncing around the country on tour, making a stop in Detroit City tonight. They’ll be out and about until mid-December, so check the dates below for when they blow through your city.

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Stream Mick Jenkins New Album ‘The Healing Component’

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After a slew of leaks that have been met with rave reviews, Mick Jenkins has decided to bless the world with his new album, The Healing Component. Does this count as Mick’s official debut? I think it does. And the message Mick seeks to spread is more important now than ever: spread love. In a world of hate and hurt — especially in the year of our lord 2016 — it’s nice to feel some love. You show it, you get it.

But with Mick, you might be getting some tough love — but that’s the Mick way. Tonight, THC impacts with 15 brand new songs featuring work alongside Ravyn Lenae, theMind, Noname, Badbadnotgood and others. But the true star of his show is Mick, who caries this entire album mostly for dolo. Let it heal us, or attempt to. It’s important music, it’s real rap. And it’s much needed.

Stream or buy it right now via Apple Music. Drink up.

Update: now with Spotify embed. Below.

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