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.
The young jedi, Spenzo, is happy to announce a new freestyle series, which kicks off today right here on FSD. He’ll be getting right back to basics and straight to the raps over some of your favorite industry hits. Today he bodies Jeezy and Jigga’s “Seen It All” and takes us on a journey through the Windy City streets. You think you know, but you have no idea. See it all above.
Shot and chopped by Ralph Laureen.
During Wiz Khalifa’s first night in the Windy for his Blacc Hollywood Big Secret Tour, Wiz surprised the crowd by bringing out Curren$y and the city’s own Spenzo. If you weren’t at the show or missed Spenzo’s surprise performance for whatever reason, you can peep it in the clip above.
Spenzo’s new project, Ahead Of My Time, is due out early next year.
Last week’s Ty Dolla $ign show at Bottom Lounge was quite the affair. Not only did hometown hero, Lil Bibby, open up the show, but there was an all-star cast of guests and stars in attendance. From Chance The Rapper to Jeremih to Lil Herb and DJ Drama — the place was absolutely rocking. But one of the most well received cameos of the night was from the young gun, Spenzo, who turned the crowd out when he touched the stage. He did a few of his hits and really took the energy through the roof. Don’t believe me? Just watch.
Fresh off releasing his hot new single, “I’m So Sorry,” Spenzo hit Indiana State University this past weekend for a crazy show as a direct follow up. As you can tell from the crowd and those in attendance, many showed up to support the rising Chicago star — and most importantly, the ladies.
Billboard, who are doing a fantastic job of navigating “nu media,” and changing measurement techniques to keep up with current (and accurate) music consumption, just announced that Spenzo’s new single, “I’m So Sorry,” featuring Young Thug has hit #1 on their emerging artists chart.
Spenzo knocked DeJ Loaf’s “Try Me” (which is arguably the hottest new urban song in the country) out of the top spot within 24 hours of its release. Very, very impressive. See the full chart below, and check out “I’m So Sorry” right here.
Produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
Following a crazy listening event at Jugrnaut yesterday, Spenzo unleashes his new single with Thugga Thugga titled “I’m So Sorry”. You’ll be sorry if you sleep on this one, so be sure to press play below.
Spenz’ new project, Ahead Of My Time, is scheduled to impact soon. Until then, listen to “I’m So Sorry” below and cop the mp3 on iTunes.