While their self titled debut EP still gets regular burn by me, it’s great to see that their long awaited follow up is finally here a year later. It’s awesome so see the progression of the trio over the year and how far their sound has evolved in such a relatively short period of time. It’s obvious that they’re just getting started, and I’m excited to see where they go from here. As if the mixtape wasn’t enough, they also put together a 100 song bundle for your listening enjoyment as well, so download the 14-track 2K47HERE, and the century collection HERE. Oh, and did I mention they’re both FREE? You really have no excuse not to.
There’s something hypnotic about this beat that allowed Jayem and Logan to flow effortlessly, and I’m thankful for it. It’s only three minutes long, but that just allows for more replays. You can start by hitting play below.
Isael X has been gearing up to hit the streets with his brand of dope for some time now, so today we can finally present to you LSD Vol. III. With beats by Invictous, Yung Popcorn, Smoke A Sac and more, this project is not one to be missed. You can stream it tape below, or download it HERE.
After a series of singles to wet your appetites, Chicago native G. Ville has finally completed and released his debut project Yayo EP. With a good ear for beats and some smooth flows, these two components come together to create a piece of art. Stream his work below, and you can download the project HERE.
While we wait for Astonish’s new tape The Who Tape to drop, be sure to peep the latest visual from the Chicago emcee. With production by Born Ready, this single is surely a winner. Check out the video above.
Gee Get Money is a Chicago upstart who has already been quietly making industry waves for a while now. He sings, raps, and acts very well, and this is just the beginning for him. We present to you his latest single All I Wanted, and it really has the potential to catch on so get with it or get left behind. Press play below.