Out of nowhere comes the homie Race of The Primeridian, who drops off this brand spanking new EP, Baked Goods. The project is eight tracks deep and features Pugs Atomz, Shayna Love, Phil G, Shev Rock, Allegra Dolores and Simeon (of The Primeridian). Production is handled by Mulatto Patriot, Fifth Element, J-Slikk and Race.
Enjoy a gourmet meal, courtesy of Race, directly below. It covers all of the fundamental food groups — no malnourishment over here. Food for thought, dog. Get a plate.
Directed by Birds Eye View Productions. Produced by Tye Hill.
A new video from Precise, pulled from his Ladies Love Mixtapes The EP. Actress Morissa Lewis and painter Nicole Malcolm make appearances. Check it out above.
Directed by Reel Sharp Films. Produced by Young Chop.
A clean new visual from Chop Squad Records representer Johnny May Cash. You think you know, but you have no idea. Lean yourself something with the new clip above, “They Don’t Know About Me.”
Tonight, Lil Bibby took to his Twitter to announce the follow up to his breakthrough 2013 project, Free Crack. The new project? Well, it’s the aptly titled, Free Crack 2. The second edition of the Crack series should be out this summer and will be hosted by DJ Drama. Looking forward to this one.
Stay tuned to FSD for more info on Bibby’s Crack music.
Directed & Produced by DGainz
Gainz jumps from behind the camera yet again to “Break It Down,” alongside The ISM. DGainz directed, produced and performed on this joint — making him a triple threat. GLC sprinkles his patented player talk making this one a fast break to the basket. Swish.
Directed by Aaron Perkins Jr.
The Face God is back with a new visual — this time titled “ijuug.” Azur Rich is involved. You’re going to want to spend a few minutes watching. Big trouble, little Chicago. Pay your fare by pressing play.
SaveMoney Sterling brings us a brand new thumper from his forthcoming album, BIGshorty, which should be out at some point this summer. Celebrate your holiday with that new, new from Sterling, and make sure you keep him on your radar — he’s got some heat.
This one is dedicated to the fallen soldiers out there.
On “Welcome To Chiraq,” Leoski D reflects on the ills, trials and tribulations of living and making a living in the city of Chicago. He comes from it, has lived it firsthand, so he wants to now share his firsthand account.
Hit the jump to check it out as well as to peep his cover art for his forthcoming tape, City of da Savage.
The wait is over. This Saturday, May 31st, the Treated Crew drops their sophomore album as a collective, Treated Tribe. Released in tandem with their clothing collabo with Stussy (which you’ll be able to buy at St. Alfred this weekend, and online 6/2) and their release party in Tokyo, the Tribe album features all new music from the band of brothers.
The project features 15 new tracks — the bulk of which produced by Mano — featuring Mano, Mic Terror, Hollywood Holt, Sulaiman, Gzus Piece, Highlife, Jon James, The G Count, St. Millie, Lee Majorz, Webbie, He Say She Say, Max Wonders, AK, Herron, Fredo Santana and Nick Jr.
Treated Tribe will be released via iTunes, and if there are any additional leaks or a stream for the project, you know we’ll have you covered. Get your money right for the drop. Check out the official track list with production credits below. Stussy lookbook coming soon.