Trevor The Trashman returns today to unleash the visual for his latest single “The Playbook”. The new record was only released two weeks ago but Trevor seems to be on a mission to make a larger name for himself this Summer.
The sexy song gets a video that follows suit and features the Chicago rapper having fun with two pole dancers on a Brooklyn rooftop.
Fresh off releasing his debut LP, Aura Tape, Kahrion drops a striking visual for “Clouds”, Directed by Caves of Heart of the City. The young emcee gives us a revealing visual of how life can be cold and desolate growing up in the Westside of Chicago.
At the age of eighteen, Kahrion’s distinct voice and deep-rooted storytelling show the maturity in the young spitter as he establishes himself as one the best up and coming emcees making their way out of the Chi.
It’s been 2 months since the 17-year-old spitter, G. Ville, released his Taylor Bennet assisted single, “Serve”. But during his brief hiatus from supplying the city of Chicago his addictive hooks and rhythmic flow, the young emcee has been hard at work.
Today, G. Ville releases a visual for the intro off his upcoming “Yayo” EP. In “Special Day”, you can find the Northside rapper spitting over the flawless production from Thelonious Martin while he roams the streets of Chicago tagging and punching out his competition.
Expect more music soon from G. Ville as his debut EP, Yayo, is expected to drop later this year.
G.O.O.D. Music recording artist Ryan McDermott announces the summer release of a brand new project DAWN BREAKS, the first since Kanye West heard his music and immediately flew him to Paris to sign him with his label just a couple years back.
With the announcement of the project comes DEALER, a sonic and visual prelude that McDermott says “sets the stage and dims the lights so they can come back on again with new meaning.” DEALER showcases Ryan’s ability to bring his words to life with short, clever and captivating visuals.
EverythingOShauN is finally here with the second single off his soon-to-be-released project, “Until Then… EverythingO”.
The reflective mellow track is produced by Xpress aka DJXP, and contains OShauN’s signature melodies that everyone has come to love and expect, combined with his raw lyrics.
This stark contrast is a definite showcase of his style, “smooth yet rough around the edges”.
Don’t be surprised when you catch yourself singing along, even when it’s not playing. The strangely relaxing “Bipolar” is a case of euphonic ecstasy.
With a fast-flying past year – including performances at SXSW, New York, and back home at Canadian Music Week – OShauN is gearing up for even more surprises for his fans (and critics) leading up to the release of his EP. Until then… stay tuned.
Chicago artist Keenan Davis drops a high energy, guitar and drum based record explaining how being yourself is dope enough no matter where you come from. In a very effortless and arrogant way, Keenan tells us how he runs shit in his “Chuck Taylors.”
As temperatures begin to rise alongside excitement of what’s to come summer 2015, Dre Prince releases his latest visual for “The Sin”, directed by Jeremy Biggers.
Setting the scene in a 1970 buick with a brunette beauty by his side, Dre hops on a Cardo beat entitled,”Shine”, off he and Sledgren’s instrumental tape “#Kilo’s”.
Press play and enjoy as Dre Prince gives a list of ways we can get lost in The Sin.
East Coast rap star Joyner Lucas releases his highly anticipated new visual for his buzzed about single “Ross Capicchioni,” based on the true story of 17-year-old Ross Capicchioni surviving being shot multiple times in a rural area of Detroit back on June 6, 2007.
The gripping video depicts the chilling chain of events leading up to Capicchioni’s near fatal shooting by someone he called a friend who used him as bait for a local gang initiation.
Lucas’ no nonsense lyrics paired with a graphic reenactment of what happened that day in 2007, make for a seriously impactful, yet creative offering. Lucas manages to keep viewers on the edge of their seats in this daring move to revisit a real life tragedy turned miracle.
KR returns to the interwebs with a brand new visual for his recently released street single, “Play My Shit.”
The feel good visual was directed by Chucky Millions, showing KR sporting a number of talents from rapping to dancing, while trying to show off for the ladies.