Tag: No I.D.
Produced by No I.D.
The tag team of Common and No I.D. continue their run of solid records with “Made In Black America”, which features TDE representative Ab-Soul. This is second joint we’ve gotten since Common announced his Nobody’s Smiling LP with No I.D. (“War” was the first) and it’s just what you would expect from Com, Dion and Soulo.
This joint’s crazy. Listen for yourself below. Nobody’s Smiling drops later this year.
Produced by Mano and No I.D.
Sean Don’s ode to his ex-girlfriend comes to life in the official visual, which you can watch above. Great video, but it isn’t too safe for the workplace. Sean’s Hall of Fame LP is available on iTunes and in stores now.
Produced by No I.D. Scratches by Boogz Da Beast.
Mikkey Halsted’s planning to drop not one, but two projects this year — one being the highly anticipated Bulletproof Dreams LP. Today, Halsted gives us the first official offering from Bulletproof Dreams titled “Salmon Crouquettes”, produced by none other than No I.D.
Mikk and Dion never disappoint and this new record is no exception. Get some ‘salmon crouquettes’ in your life below. Bulletproof Dreams drops March 4th — consider yourself warned.
Artium/Sony recording artist Snoh Aalegra welcomes everyone to the fall with her debut record, produced by none other than No I.D. Stream/download below and keep your ears open for more new music from Snoh and Dion.
No I.D.’s a pretty busy guy, but Complex was lucky enough to catch up with him recently for a pretty interesting Q&A session. No I.D. talked a bit about what projects he’s been working on, the story behind Big Sean’s “Control” record (and how it was originally meant for Jay Z) and revealed that he’s been working with Drake’s favorite rapper Lil Herb alongside Da Internz.
Peep two excerpts below.
Are you listening to anything out of Chicago right now?
I wouldn’t say I’m listening to, but I would just say keep my eyes on it. I was actually just out here working with the kid, Lil Herb in L.A. right now. He’s actually in the studio right now with Da Internz. One of our artists Mikkey Halsted reps Lil Herb.
No I.D. speaks on “Control” below.
Prod. by No ID. Additional production by Young Chop, Travi$ Scott & Key Wane.
Yup, you read that correctly.
Young Chop, Travi$ Scott, No I.D. and Key Wane No I.D. with additional production from Young Chop, Key Wane and Travi$ Scott came together to provide the backdrop for track three from Sean Don’s Hall Of Fame LP. And yes, this joint is as crazy as you would expect it to be.
Stream below and remember, Hall Of Fame hits stores next Tueday (August 27th). Pre-order here now.
Produced by No I.D.
Sean Don, K. Dot, Jay Elec and Dion. Need I say more?
This joint won’t be included on it (due to sample clearance issues), but Sean’s Hall Of Fame LP hits stores August 27th. Thanks Flex.
Update: Tagless, dirty version.
Def Jam songstress Jhene Aiko liberates a new No I.D.-produced track via her Tumblr. Jhene’s Souled Out LP is scheduled to impact later this year. Props to Mikey for the heads up.
Def Jam’s latest recruit and Def Jam’s Executive VP meet on “Man Of The Year”, the first collaboration from Logic and No I.D. This record is from the Maryland emcee’s freshly released Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever, which also features four tracks produced by Chicago’s own C-Sick.
With No I.D. executive producing Logic’s Def Jam debut, he’s certain to have a good year. So, click play below and lend your ear for this new record.