Posted on June 13, 2013 by Mike Supercold
Second City Citizen Rich Jones drops off the trailer to his 3Peat EP, dropping tomorrow. Stay in tune for the Doc da Mindbenda-produced mixtape dropping tomorrow afternoon.
Posted on June 5, 2013 by Mike Supercold
Again with another visual off the Too Broke Tape, Broke Ass Nigga Gang and 2008ighties representative Calez hits us with the Nobody Else video. Visuals by Calez himself, Sani and Jaryd Pfeiffer.
Posted on May 1, 2013 by Mike Supercold
theWHOevers bless Supercold with the second WHOwednesday, with a very soulful instrumental provided by Norwegian producer loop.holes. Check it out and show love to ‘em on Twitter @theWHOevers.
Posted on April 30, 2013 by Mike Supercold
Well Chicago, you’ve been waiting for it – and here it is. Chance the Rapper drops the most anticipated mixtape in recent Chicago Hip-Hop history with Acid Rap, a tale of one kid and too much acid.
Posted on April 20, 2013 by Mike Supercold
Y’all in luck today, kicking off the day with SCC’s So I Chief and closing out the day with some more high vibes from St. Millie and Lili K. Catch some of the glory while burning halfway through that last ounce.
Usually we try to just focus on local Chicago Hip-Hop, but this definitely deserves a post. Close to half a decade after How Fly, Spitta and Wiz drop a new tape for the people. Buy it off iTunes HERE.
Happy 4/20 from everyone here at Supercold and your favorite lumberjack spitta Rich Jones, with a special feature from Chris Cooley. So I chief, yeah.
Posted on April 19, 2013 by Mike Supercold
Shonen Domo suits up under the Shintendo 64 moniker for SOLO, a Curt Cazal produced track featuring the young God emcee Stamina.
Loopis Harvey the Midnight Jogger links with Pragmatic Theory member Sev Seveer for You Can’t Imagine.
Calez may have come across one of the hardest local beats of the year with this one, and decided to stimulate the senses further with a video to accompany the audio.
Martin’s one of the more slept on artists coming up out of Chicago, but delivers a great track over this MNDSGN-produced track. Check it out.
Don’ t think this is another song boasting about sneakers – Arjaye teams up with Absolute and PC Hammer to talk on the effect of sneakers on the black community.