Are y’all ready for SlurpCult’s latest? Check out what SlurpCult has in store for the rest of the summer after the jump! Continue Reading
Dave Coresh releases his tribute to The Lost Childhoods of Chicago with a preview of a track titled “Easter.”
Hannibal Buress is the latest person to be interviewed by Nardwuar. They talk about many topics including what he grew up watching on tv as a kid, being on Worldstar Hip Hop and his diss track towards Kanye West. He made the diss track after Kanye’s “Power” track came out while he was writing for SNL. The song was never released, but he gave Nardwuar a few bars.
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Rick Ross has released a visual for the “3 Kings” track featuring Jay-Z and Dr. Dre off of his God Forgives I Don’t album that hit stores and iTunes today. It is not your typical video, it is instead a bunch of old clips and highlights of each artist featured Continue Reading
Hit-Boy has released the audio for his follow up single to “Jay-Z Interview” featuring fellow Good Music representative Kid Cudi. There is already a video shot for this song, which should be dropping pretty soon. Listen to “Old School Caddy” after the jump.
After surging from Chicago’s underground to nationwide fame thanks to a remix of one of his songs from a slightly-more famous fellow Chicagoan (Kanye West), Chief Keef has now been added to the official Lollapalooza lineup. Continue Reading
G-Scott has released the first offering off of his upcoming project, 1983. The track features a verse from Chicago’s very own Ibn Inglor. Let’s hope these two continue to work together. Listen to “4 Finger Ring Rap” after the jump. Continue Reading