Chicago and Get Back Gang artist DqFrmDaO releases his music visual for his freestyle over the classic smash single “A Milli” by Lil Wayne. The music visual was shot by Jeffilmedit.
Chicago Late Great Legend King Von, estate, releases his official music video for his single entitled “Too Real” directed by DrewFilmedIt. “Too Real” is off his latest album entitled “What It Means To Be King”, out now on all streaming services.
Upon the release of King Von’s “What It Means to Be King”, nearly a year and a half after his passing, a charting single from Lil Durk entitled “AHHH HA” finds him confronting the frustration of having to forge on without his friend. “Don’t respond to shit with Von!” Durk shouts on the chorus, imploring himself to ignore the near constant mentions of Von’s name that fill the comments of his social media posts. As difficult as it’s been for King Von fans to move on, as “AHHH HA” reveals, it’s been that much harder for those who knew the MC best. What It Means to Be King, though, is where those who did and did not know Von personally may find some semblance of healing.
The album is packed with former peers and supporters like Lil Durk, 21 Savage, G Herbo, Moneybagg Yo, Fivio Foreign, Tee Grizzley, and Dreezy. Their voices complement Von’s across the board, helping him to lay out Chicago drill culture in the way he’d become renowned for. Von’s personal rap style, excited and ever aggressive, carves through production from frequent collaborator Chopsquad DJ, as well as Kid Hazel and ATL Jacob. The storytelling that gave him some of his first acclaim is fully intact here (“Where I’m From,” “Trust Nothing,” “Get It Done”), as is a romantic side (“My Fault”). But what his fans and even his friends are most likely to take from What It Means to Be King isn’t something they didn’t already know. When it comes to the legacy of dearly departed King Von, the music we got during the MC’s lifetime had only barely scratched the surface. – via Apple Music
Chicago’s late great Legend King Von, estate, releases his new single entitled “War” off his upcoming album “What It Means To Be King” dropping March 4th.
Chicago and Get Back Gang artist DqFrmDaO releases his official music video for his record called “Took Over” shot by SV Visuals.
No More Heroes presents Chicago and Get Back Gang artist DqFrmDaO’s No More Heroes: “Red Light Freestyle” shot in O Block.
100k Management and DrewFilmedIt presents the official music video for 100k Track and Chicago artist BossTop’s “Track Still” single featuring fellow Chicago artist Muwop and DqfrmdaO.