Wow, Stormy really surprised me with this one. This cut comes through featuring Courtlin Jabrae, and is definitely worth a few listens.
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Hurt Everybody drops a new track with a double dose of production from Supa Bwe and Carl, about living life and floating through to the afterlife. If you weren’t aware, Supa Bwe also has a video with Mick Jenkins dropping soon – make sure to keep your eyes on this group and their moves in the coming months.
To accompany the last post.. EMIL hit me with another track I was unfamiliar with. Chant your mantra, cross your legs and find your inner peace with Meditation.
Yo, Fonz.. is that you? Apparently the rapper formerly known as Fonz-E Mak finessed the name change in the dark of the night without me knowing. Anyway, he drops Mak under the name EMIL, listen up.
Pretty sure I was there for the naming process of this song.. I also did the art for it as well. Arjaye Jeter speaks on the treacherous Trap Thot over this LiveFromJuly beat. Real trap shit.
Remember when we first put y’all on to Kembe X way back in the day day? Well, in case you haven’t noticed, Kembe recently put out an EP with Scion AV, complete with a feature from hometown friend Alex Wiley and TDE affiliate Ab-Soul. Today we get a video for said track directed by Yellow Nguyen, watch it one time for us.
Second City Citizens have been holding out on us for a while.. but that ends now. They drop their Tres Amigos EP, a mix of 5 songs with production from Montana Macks, OneTwoKno and St. Chris. Shouts to GoILL on the premiere of this soundtrack to ride around the end of summer to.
My homie Bread Doe brings you on a journey through my hood in North Chicago, well, close enough at least. Bread‘s North Shore EP due out soon.
Noname Gypsy drops a soulful track, Dizzy, with production by TDE producer Taebeast. Noname is one of many talented Chicago female rappers that, in my opinion, don’t even need to be categorized as a female rapper to be at the top of my list. Check out the song and make sure to share with a friend who appreciates the vibes.
When Mick Jenkins offers you to make a cameo in his video, take that opportunity. Mick sent the offer up to all of Chicago via Twitter earlier to be in his “Treat Me Caucasian” video, featuring Supa Bwe, with direction by Visual Mecca.
“Treat me” Video Shoot: Grant Park, this Wednesday, 4pm SHARP. Anyone can come. NEED all MY peoples though. #TREATMECAUCASIAN
— The Water[s] (@FreeMickJenkins) August 26, 2014
Roy French drops some trippy visuals for Easy, one of the standout tracks from his mixtape FaceGOD, produced by Dante Starkiller with direction by Cole Bennett. If you still haven’t, listen to and download FaceGOD HERE.
In the midst of taking a bathroom break, Chance decided to swing by Toca Tuesdays to premiere a snippet, from what we could assume is his upcoming mixtape, Social Experiment. No love for a thot or an opp.