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Project: Air Credits – Broadcasted

posted by Alex October 28, 2016

cv3u1pauaaen3j_The Hood Internet and ShowYouSuck make for the perfect combination to bring us super dope music. Together they make Air Credits, the superhero supergroup. On this very magical day, Air Credits give us Broadcasted and it’s the perfect soundtrack as you get pumped for this World Series Game. Get your team’s jersey on with them JNCO Jeans you’ve been hiding and listen to this again and again… And again, again. Enjoy the 15 tracks of Broadcasted below. #homieshelphomies Continue Reading

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The Hood Internet Mashes Up “Go Cubs Go” with Chance The Rapper’s “No Problem”

posted by Oscar October 25, 2016

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Ahead of Game 1 of the 2016 World Series, The Hood Internet are showing their support for their team the Chicago Cubs by mashing up the club’s anthem “Go Cubs Go,” with fellow Chicagoan, Chance The Rapper’s hit Coloring Book track “No Problem.” Though this may be an odd pairing considering Chano is a die-hard White Sox fan, it kinda works. At the very least, it’s getting the North Side pumped for the Cubbies’ first appearance in the World Series in 71 years!

Note the fact the Coloring Book cover art has also been altered to not only feature an iconic Cubbies “W,” but the Chance 3 hat is now a Cubs cap. Check out the mashup below. Continue Reading

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Video: ProbCause Ft. Donnie Trumpet & KSRA – “Pale Moonlight”

posted by Ellena Rodriguez November 9, 2015

ProbCause has officially released visuals to his jazzy tune “Pale Moonlight” via Yahoo Music. The record comes right off of ProbCause’s latest 2014 project Waves. The EP features a ton of collaborations with artists such as Chance the Rapper, Twista, the Hood Internet, Donnie Trumpet, and KSRA. And now ProbCause has let directors (& my good friends) Danny Farber and Mac Kozi make their music video directorial debut on this dope track.

The new music video matches the record incredibly taking us back in time to Chi’s jazz club scene. The portrayal of the jazz era displays not only a fun night out at the Green Mill jazz club, but also the dark crime-filled nights of Chicago.

I was really impressed with the outcome of the music video and I am looking forward to the many future projects of Danny Farber and Mac Kozi.

Check out the clip up above!

[Yahoo Music]