Spenzo’s been dropping off some heaters over the past few weeks and today, he keeps things rolling with something special. The duo known as L.E.P. Bogus Boys remain separated unfortunately, but Count and Moonie did come together to bless Spenzo with their presence for “Dripping In Gold,” marking their first record together in over a year. No pun intended, but this joint’s truly gold.
Spenzo, Count and Moonie over a dope Flight Facilities flip? Totally here for that. Get an earful of “Dripping In Gold” below and look for more new music from Spenzo and his Ahead Of My Time project to come your way very soon.
Produced by Bobby Johnson.
Fresh off the release of “Feelings,” Spenzo’s back with yet another loosie and this one features the Soul Trapper himself, MC Tree. Like his last few drops, this joint won’t appear on Spenzo’s Ahead Of My Time project and is just a little something to hold you over until the project is released.
Check out what Spenz and Tree G cooked up below and stay tuned — Ahead Of My Time is on the way.
In your feelings? Well, you’re just going to have to come out of them because Spenzo doesn’t really care — his focus is on the dinero. You don’t have to take my word for it, though. Just hit the jump and listen to Spenzo’s latest drop, “Feelings.”
If you’re keeping count at home, this joint marks Spenzo’s third offering in the past three weeks and there’s definitely more on the way. Spenz’ new project, Ahead Of My Time, is due out soon.
Produced by 808 Mafia.
Following his last offering, Spenzo returns with more new music and this time around, he serves up something a bit tougher. Spenz took a trip to Blatlanta to scoop up Bloody Jay and 808 Mafia for his latest drop, “Choppa City,” which you can listen to below.
Ever wonder what everyday life’s like around Spenzo’s hood? Well, press play and let him take you on an audio tour of “Choppa City.” Ahead Of My Time coming soon.
The Midwest collides yet again, as Spenzo links up with his counterpart to the north, Rocky Diamonds, for the infectious new single, “Beamin.” This joint can be found on Rocky’s latest mixtape, Influenced, which dropped yesterday. Did you miss it? Then grab it here, or directly below the cut, where you can also hear “Beamin.”
Produced by PA.
While wrapping up his forthcoming Ahead Of My Time project, Spenzo has decided to let go of a few freebies for everyone to enjoy. Spenz brings us the first said offering, titled “Head.”
Spenzo switches it up and does it for the ladies this time around. The topic of discussion here? Well, I think you can figure that much out.
Give “Head” a listen below. Ahead Of My Time coming soon.
Directed by Elevator
Our FSD Song Of The Week gets an accompanying visual. A short and sweet (but thumping) record from the young wizard, Spenzo. This will land on the LDRS 1354 Lead Never Follow Vol. 1 project, due out at the top of the year. Lately I’ve been having the strangest feeling — it’s that Spenzo is ready for a 2015 takeover.
Get that “Lil Lately” above.
Short, sweet and to the point is Spenzo, who comes with one of his best record’s of the year with the laser-focused leak, “Lil Lately.” He absolutely bodied this one. “Lil Lately” serves as the first release from the LDRS 1354: Lead Never Follow Vol. 1 mixtape, which is due out early next year.
Yes, the legendary Chicago fashion staple, Leaders, which opened its doors in 2002, is jumping into the mixtape arena with a brand new project showcasing Chicago’s best and brightest talent. And today they kick off the campaign with this monstrous exclusive from Spenzo. So yes, it’s going to be a big 2015 for Leaders (their 13th year in business) and they plan to close out the year on the right note with all new music like the thumper you’ll find below. Spenzo leads the charge today. No pun intended.
Check out “Lil Lately” and their mission statement for the mixtape below. Lead never follow is always the motto.
Directed by Cole Bennett
Another mini-movie from the young jedi, Spenzo. As part of his new freestyle series, he takes aim at Bandman Kevo’s “Baller In Me” and hits the target dead-on. The Rich Crew is filled with ballaticians, so celebrate their campaign with the ritzy clip you see above. This is only the beginning. Ball till you fall.
An alternate version of Spenzo’s current single, “I’m So Sorry,” has surfaced. This one features Meek Mill and Maine Man. Not sure where this dropped out of the sky, but you can check it out below.