Posts in Singles
Mother Nature • "Off Deez" (remix)

Don't let the multiple cameos take you away from how great this remix is, something that is extremely hard to do, that of remixing something from the talents of J.I.D and J. Cole.

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Brittney Carter • Side A: Hooligan / Side B: Breakthrough

Her belief in God has helped her persevere bouts with depression and setbacks while diligently working on her craft. This has led to imposing confidence and an undeniable skill set. Its most memorable line — "Every time I spit, it’s like a little piece of heaven” —encapsulates her theology and why you need to keep her in your radar this 2019.

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SPENZO • "SPEND THE GWOP"

Englewood product Spenzo dishes off new music detailing his pride for his heritage. In Chicago, Spenzo’s name rings a bell as a notorious rapper for his 2013 hit single “Wife Er” that landed at the top of many prominent charts.

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Young Chop • "Law & Order"

The song still showcases the lawless motifs we know and love from 3hunna gang; the picture of trapping is painted with a soft palette in this song.

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Martin $ky • "Again"

Swiftly, radiant piano keys lull us into a blissful ending. Collectively, $ky continues to craft stories for our imaginations to decipher without the use of words. Letting the simplicity of music say it’s piece.

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Vell Le Villain • "Relapse"

Vell Le Villain is breaking from the Mothership and headed to Heartbreak Planet. Rapping within an alternate universe, Vell is part of a Chicago hip hop collective who refer to themselves as The Mothership.

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G Herbo • "My Baby"

Through vulnerability, realness, and introspection, “My Baby” displays the versatility of one of Chicago’s most beloved rappers.

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Dreezy (Ft. Kash Doll) • "Chanel Slides"

To no surprise the metaphorical lesson in “stunt and finesse” entails conceited bars that hallmarks both Dreezy’s and Kash Doll’s plethoric lifestyle of draping in designer, as a result of their elite business acumen and virtuosic sex game.

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LUCKI • "More Than Ever"

While many of his contemporaries have almost exclusively relied on the vibes they create over the lyrics they spit, the 22 year-old can rap with the best and effortlessly exude emotion without sounding fabricated.

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Noname (Ft. Phoelix) • "Song 31"

If you’re reading this and know someone who would like to debate her lyrical prowess, I advocate that one of your top 2019 resolutions should be to find better friends and keep Noname in rotation.

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greenSLLIME • “DEEP END”

greenSLLIME finally unleashed a record from his vault of unreleased material along with the promise of even more new music to follow soon.

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drea the vibe dealer. (Ft. Blake Davis) • "vacation"

¨Vacation¨ is both soothing and a great song to listen to, especially at a strange transitional time as the New Year.

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Saba (Ft. theMIND) • "SIRENS"

Far more than a visual with an ideal narrative or message, “Sirens” bridges a gap between generations before and after… echoing the prophetic sentiments of their predecessor Amaru Shakur.

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Valee (Ft. D.R.A.M.) • "About U

2018 was a breakout year for Valee: he signed the dotted line with G.O.O.D. Music, continued his prolific release run, and saw his style be ripped off by countless rappers.

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Glitter Moneyyy • "Drummer Boi"

Reminiscent of the legendary Millie Jackson, the vulgarity and humorous tone of Glitter Money’s “Drummer Boi” is for sure a holiday treat for adults only.

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Ric Wilson (Ft. Sam Veren) • "No Hands"

The standalone single is a departure from what one would expect from Ric, with producers Madeon and Lido providing the beat, as well as Ric’s fellow band member Sam Veren rounding out the song with horns.

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King Von • "Crazy Story" (OTF)

Visually complimenting the suspenseful ambience of his latest composition “Crazy Story”, King Von portrays both the protagonist and the antagonist of his topsy turvy plot twist.

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Saba • "Where It's At"

With a fluid and easily memorable chorus, Saba’s voice shines through the synth background in “Where It’s At” and attempts to carve his name as one of 2018’s greatest.

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Saba (Ft. daedaePIVOT) • "Papaya"

“Papaya” is the type of song you run in the background while lulling yourself into an imaginative daydream, getting lost in not only the lyrics and beautiful sound, but the emotion that flows through it.

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Elton • "LUCID"

For all those many ups and downs that come with adulting, “Lucid” by Elton is a therapeutic getaway.

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