600Breezy – “Stop Playin”

Chicago artist 600Breezy releases his official music video for his converstional track, timing of the record, “Stop Playin” directed by SmashvillTV.

King Von F/ Lil Durk – “All These Niggas”

Chicago artist and OTF second in charge King Von releases his official music video for his record entitled “All These Niggas” featuring OTF leader Lil Durk. “All These Niggas” was directed by J Visuals.

Billionaire Black & Swagg Dinero – “Dump”

Chicago artists Billionaire Black and Swagg Dinero releases their official music video for their collab record entitled “Dump” shot by Billy Kauck.

Phor – “Self Love” (Album)

Chicago’s Phor releases new project “Self Love” today. Stream “Self Love” available everywhere now. “Self Love” is a sixteen track project lead by his singles entitled “Cardio” and “Get Up”.

ChaseTheMoney & Valee – “Bling Bling”

Chicago artist Valee releases his new single entitled “Bing Bling” produced by his longtime collaborator ChaseTheMoney.

Lil Durk – “Watch Yo Homie”

Chicago artist and OTF leader Lil Durk releases his official music video for his track entitled “Watch Yo Homie”.

OTF Timo – “30”

Chicago artist and OTF signee OTF Timo releases his official music video for his track called “30”.

Asa2times – “Pop My Flat”

Chicago artist Asa2Times releases his official music video for his track entitled “Pop My Flat” shot by Ryder Visuals. “Pop My Flat” was produced by Shake & Bake.

Tjay Wave F/ Valee – “Repeat It”

Chicago artist Tjay Wave releases his official music video for his new single entitled “Repeat It” featuring fellow Chicago artist Valee. “Repeat It” music video was directed by Antoinne Bryant.

Hugh Lee – “Cabrini”

Chicago’s newest addition to the music scene, Hugh Lee, drops off his new video for “Cabrini” directed by Kerrigan Productions. Premiering as the title song from album “CABRINI”. This debut album is focused around the often digressed mentality of thinking one needs materialistic things to “make it”, based on experiences growing up in the projects of Chicago.

Share
Share