Produced by Hassan Khaffaf.
The Ism rolls through with a brand new joint, which is the first offering from his forthcoming Ism Churchill project with Mr. Live.
Two players born on the same day Dec, 6th. GLC spreads the #ism alongside his Arab homie Hassan Khaffaf on this epic gospel. You The Man is guidance on not taking your accomplishments nor believers for granted.
Check out what GLC and Hassan cooked up below and be sure to wish GL a happy born day tomorrow.
Directed by Josh Martin. Produced by Rich Musik.
GL and Get Gwop drop off another visual from their collaborative effort, The Pulpit. And now a few words from the Ism himself:
This is 1 of my favorite joints from The Pulpit with Get Gwop. It is also featured on my Ism Churchill project with Mr. Live. It demonstrate loyalty in the myst of desire. Embrace the concept & grow with the #ism.
Check out the clip for “Bag Up” above and be sure to give The Pulpit a listen here if you haven’t done so yet.
This is really dope. OPENMIC might be from Nashville, but he and Gummy Soul gives GLC some Chicago soul to rock over for “Sit Back.” This jazz-infused joint is quite impressive. Sit back, press play and embrace your inner ism.
The O’My’s enlist GLC, Dally Auston and Iceface for their new single “Mystic P*ssy,” and it sounds mystical. No Michael Tyler.
The O’My’s A Humble Masterpiece dropped a few weeks back. Grab it here.
After a few weeks of leaks and sneak peeks, producer Grant Parks gives us his brand new project — his interpretation of the Chicago drill sound — Drilling Season Vol. 1. For the project, Grant has recruited artists who you normally don’t hear over “drill beats,” as GLC, Skooda Chose, Malik Yusef and Sweet Juices all show up to contribute.
You can now stream Drilling Season below. Get to diggin’.
Produced by Grant Parks
Here we have another leak from producer Grant Parks’ forthcoming compilation, Drilling Season Vol. 1, which I’m guessing, based on the output thus far, is Grant’s spin on Chicago’s drill sound. But I could be wrong, and titles can be deceiving.
Either way, here’s a collabo he knocked out with Gangsta L. Crisis called “How You Do It.” Grab it below, then circulate.
Directed by Addison Wright. Produced by the Blended Babies.
One of the best GLC songs ever finally gets the video treatment. “Cathedral,” featuring Raheem DeVaughn and produced by the Blended Babies, landed on almost all of our year end lists last year, but a track of this magnitude deserves an extra life, and its holiness got it with this clip. And there’s a Lupe Fiasco cameo to boot. Church, cathedral, tabernacle.
Here we have a loosie from Naledge’s Brain Power sessions. Brain Power dropped back in early June, and Naledge already has a reloaded version of the album ready for release later in 2013. You can expect this joint and more like it to appear on the re-release.
Here, frequent collaborators Naledge Born and the Ism do their thing over this slapper from Mstacks.
Produced by Roosevelt.
Chip, GLC and Chevy Woods connect for this smooth offering, which just impacted via ‘Plex. No idea where this joint will land, but Chip’s 44108 and Clevelafornia projects are both scheduled to drop later this year.