Chicago native Chef Sean has released his new single “No Name” featuring female rapper/singer Siya of Oxygen Channel’s “Sisterhood Of Hip-Hop”. The new song contains a sample of Alicia Keys’ classic “You Don’t Know My Name” and is produced by Grammy Award Winner Harmony Samuels. Rapper Chef Sean has previously charted on Billboard, performed at Rolling Loud along with acting in movies and on TV. The new single “No Name” is available now on all streaming platforms.
Aeris Hennings is a singer/guitarist from Nashville, TN. Today he releases his brand new single “Driving”. The new single is the follow up to “So Cold” that was released back in May and has already amassed over 200k streams on all platforms. Aeris is currently working on his new album, Euphoria which is due out soon. Stream “Driving” on all platforms.
Chicago rising artist Solo The Dweeb releases his latest project entitled “Solomac” which is executive produced by Chicago producer Rio Mac. “Solomac” is a nine track project that feature records such as “30 Chainz” and “pretty White Lines”. Solo The Dweeb project come at the right time with Summer vibes. As you listen to the project you will hear his versatile style and his unique way with words. One of the stand out tracks is “Dante” which is a certified banger.
Premiering two new singles ”Menace II Society” and ”Eternal 1999” are Chi City’s hello to summer. The Chicago native delivers a performance that out weights the conversations at hand starting off with “Menace II Society”. The track hits you from the jump with its head-banging 808’s and smooth synth beat backing it up with a contentious hook that speaks volume about an ongoing issue in our neighborhoods. “Eternal 1999” is a fire record that takes you back to the early 2000s with its unruffled vibe and bone thug like cadence will definitely have you nodding your head whether it be in a Nissan or a Phantom, Enjoy! Follow Chi City on social media @iamchicity.
Why Cue drops off a new visual for “Habit” off his “Xxotic” EP. On the single Cue shares his experiences of his trippy lifestyle & money motivated ego.
In the waterwippinevan directed video the former Lil B producer strolls down Burbank, Los Angeles while smoking good gas & enjoying the California weather. The visual is a must watch with edits accompanied by Evijan John and hand written illustration’s by Joe Bullard. The melodic tune expresses his love for the things he enjoys in life.
“Bitch I’m all bout my carrots/keep a fur like a ferret, talking shit I can’t hear it/I pull off in mclaren,” the New York rapper rhymes over a catchy beat. “I took codeine on my flight/young nigga I beat up the price, I told her that she ain’t my type/I don’t believe all the hype.”
Cue’s “Habit” video is his forth visual to be released off “Xxotic”. The first visual was for “Drippin'” which now sits at almost a half a million views; followed by Ticket with Shawty Lo accompanying the single. The Roswell Gray produced record is just one off his 8-track project “Xxotic” which went available on all digital platforms January 11th.