Jayem is a gravel-voiced rapper and accomplished CEO of #LimitlessChicago. You haven’t heard much music from Jayem himself, but today the businessman breaks his silence and drops the tightly-written “Err’Day.”
Rifling off dense rhyme schemes and dour lyrics about putting in overtime, Jayem already sounds like he’s been at this for years. Featured on the track is Chicago’s viral talent Logan, who recently survived a highway shooting. Logan’s visceral growls perfectly complement Jayem’s baritone.
Driicky Graham gained notoriety for his widely popular hit “Snapbacks and Tattoos” in 2012. With a few years passing since, Driicky has had time to further himself as an artist and he’s looking to reestablish his footing in the game.
For Graham’s latest release, he tackles Fetty Wap’s buzzing single “My Way” and turns it into his own. As far as Fetty Wap is concerned, Graham had this to say about the New Jersey rapper:
“You know, I was happy for Fetty when his first single blew up. I was on some Jersey pride thing,” Driick explains when asked what inspired his “My Way” remix, “But what he said in that Angie Interview, about not knowing Jay Z or Nas’ music…that ain’t Jersey. Either he’s never listened to a hip-hop station anywhere ever or he was just on some, ‘Im too cool for you ish that day.” (Referring to Fetty Wap’s much criticized interview with Angie Martinez on Power 105.1)
The 58th entry in the relaunched DJBooth Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Adam Reverie, a Detroit native who is less than two months removed from the release of his latest full-length, The Westside Rev Project.
Over the moving production work of Acapella, the strident up-and-comer reveals ‘How It Feels To Be Looked Over’ with an aggressive, inspiring performance.
‘The Fitz x Tantrums EP’ is a four-track EP consisting of records in which I sample neo soul/indie pop band, Fitz and The Tantrums. I am fan of theirs and just really wanted to help bridge the gap to those who were unaware. Each record is produced by myself. Spread the word, good music must be heard… – CASH
LOUIS releases new video “The Strip” off his upcoming debut project. Directed by DGainz, new comer to the game LOUIS’ is raw and comes from a place of pain and hope. “The Strip” plays into a mixture of rap, pop, rock and hip-hop all fused together to create a unique authentic sound.
With a very creative treatment and visual of the single, DGainz is taken out of his comfort zone, yet produces a video out of his original style. The Strip talks about betting on love and making it worth it. Louis unique etiquette for music is whats going to draw a diverse fan base to his artistry.
Nobody makes it in Chicago without a meticulously-crafted blueprint. The rapidly-rising Isael X, however, has the “Master Plan.” Your favorite rapper’s favorite trapper is back with a new release.
With Isael’s LSD Vol. III project coming on July 6, “Master Plan” offers the final taste of a polished product. The smoked-out trance of “Master Plan,” produced by Smoke a Sac, bops and rattles speakers regardless of what you have in the trunk.
Chicago artists Brewski and Matti Baybee (Chief Keef’s cousin) link up and give us a new single titled “Adios”.
The track, produced by Who Is Kid Dream and the video directed by Hued Productions, is pushing people to strive for something bigger and better in their lives.
DesignerFlow and Jeffrey Bankroll are two emerging artists from Louisville, KY. Last week they released their debut single, “Long Night” and have returned today with their follow-up music video, “Style Thieves”.
Produced by Montreux,”Style Thieves” is a moody & triumphant track displaying both MC’s lyrical prowess while describing how life is gamble depending upon how you play it. The video is an ode to Cam’Ron’s “Killa Season” movie and is directed by DesignerFlow, shot by BC Photography.
“Style Thieves” will appear on DesignerFlow and Bankroll’s “ShoeBox Money” project, which is set for a July 2015 release.