Chicago artist and profound emcee, Vell Da General is set to release his latest project “Da Platoon” soon and today comes a joint produced by Super Producer C-Sick (Fabolous, Meek Mill, Logic) titled “Kung Fu”. This joint is slated to be on the upcoming release as well as a new visual for it in the works. Check out & stream ‘Kung Fu’ and stay in tune with Vell via social media: @VellDaGeneral on Twitter & @VellDaGeneral10 on Instagram.
“You say store, we say Sto.” ..In Chicago anyway.
STO(re), produced by Dj Skoli is the first single from Cantbuydeem’s upcoming Chili album, Dropping May 19th, 2019!
Did your mom or grandma ALWAYS send YOU to the store? lol
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The video starts with the intro from the upcoming album “B.R.Y.C.E: Beat and Rhymes Y’all Can Enjoy” then goes into the song “EL Train Flow”. The video is depicting the day in the life of Monsoon Staraw. He’s out with his son (whose name is Bryce) and he’s just talking to him about the state of music and just letting him know how things should be. They go to a record store and just hang out. Then they get on the train to look at the city more. “EL Train Flow” is a ode to Chicago hip hop via the public transportation system, Monsoon Staraw is stating he has a elevated flown and he has much love for Chicago hip hop.
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Executive Producer Dough From Da Go Presents: Mineral Water
The Album. The Makings. The Sessions. The Documentary
Shot By Jay Money
Trailer 22/ Featuring: Joel Q & Rich P Evelon
Even though Chance The Rapper was scheduled to release an album this week , he let fans know via Twitter ” Sorry no album this week, def been in the stu tho. ?” . He gifted us with four amazing songs “I Might Need Security”, “Work Out”, “Wala Cam”, and “65th and Ingleside”. “I Might Need Security“, is sampled from the catchy line in the Jamie Foxx stand-up comedy special in 2002. He shuts down the Chicago Sun-Times for calling him ” a deadbeat daddy” referring to his child support court proceedings last year. He called out Mayor Rahm Emanuel for giving “ paid vacations to murderers”, in that the city has shown interest in the police shootings of young African-Americans in Chicago.”Work Out” is his piece which shows his faithfulness to his first love which is music. The care-free fun song “Wala Cam“, gives highlight about the Chicago online platform for on the rise singers, rappers , and primarily dancers at an event called the “War Zone“. “65th and Ingleside” reflects on where Chance and his fiance, Kristen Carley, grew up and became a wonderful family. We are not clear if these four songs will be on the album , but these will hold us over until he decides to release it. Check out all four songs above.
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25 year Hip Hop veteran, Pop Da Brown Hornet, is back like he never left.Staten Island is the home to some of the best spitters in the game and Pop’s history puts him in the top tier of emcees.
Late last year Pop teamed up with super producer, Fantom of the Beats, and began to set heat into the atmosphere.
Pop has recently dropped his newest single “Straighten It Out” and this is exactly what the game needs; an OG giving perspective and letting the world know that we have to do better.
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Stream the new project “Lounge Raps” from Dj Boi Jeanius & Chicago MC Mic Terror
Massachusetts is one of the most low key yet hardest working states in Hip Hop with rising stars and and hungry local acts flooding the scene with quality music.
Brockton emcee, Bake, has a few projects and mixtapes under his belt and after he linked with producer, Proph, for his last tape “Untitled”, “Baked Prophecies” was born.
On the lead single, “Face Da Starz”, we hear both emcees spitting real life bars that anyone can relate to. We get to hear Proph really display his lyricism and we get to hear Bake in his bag again proving why he’s one of the smoothest from the state.