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Project: Astonish – To Whom It May Concern

posted by Alex October 28, 2016


A couple of days late on Astonish’s new project, but nonetheless we definitely had to feature To Who It May Concern. I have actually listened to this project a few times since it’s release and I was definitely vibing out to each and every track.

When someone puts out a project and claims that “they’ve been through a lot”, you sometimes can’t really feel it in their project. When I listened to To Whom It May Concern the first time, I surely felt everything that Astonish went through. It’s evident that Atonish has imprinted his blood, sweat, tears, feelings and so much more into this offering. I also noticed that Astonish brought the right mix of artists to express his feelings such as Treated Crew’s Mano on “My Theme Song”, JDott (RIP) on “Ride”, Jus’Q on “We Did It” & “Peace”, and Chris Crack on “Triple Beam”. Here’s the perfect scenario to listen to this album: Take a cruise down LakeShore Drive. Start at Montrose and literally go all the way down past South Shore Drive and into that new South Lake Shote Drive on 87th. Park up at Steelworkers Park. Light up. Listen to To Whom It May Concern below.

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Astonish – “My Theme Song” (featuring Mano)

posted by Alex October 20, 2016


With Astonish’s To Whom It May Concern ready to drop next week, he gives us a new track today to give us a little taste of what we can expect. “My Theme Song” features Mano of Treated Crew on the track and production from Flex Lennon. Life has it’s ups and downs, triumphs and tragedies but through it all we all seem to overcome. Whoever’s been going through some stuff, here’s your theme song. Listen to it below.

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Video: Saint Millie, Mano & Sir Michael Rocks – “No Heauxs”

posted by Alex October 4, 2016

It’s a beautiful thing when #TreatedTuesday comes around! Today, Billboard released the official video for the homie, Saint Millie’s “No Heauxs” track that features Mano and Sir Michael Rocks. The video is honestly one of the freshest I’ve seen in a long time and I’m sure the fellas enjoyed making the track as much as they enjoyed making the video. Check out the “No Heauxs” video above which features three of Chicago’s dopest artists.


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Video: FirstClass Bee – “All I Know”

posted by Alex January 15, 2016

How often do you hear DJs breaking records in the club? Not enough, if you ask me. DJ O-Zone did just that with this particular track and has clubs going crazy! (Click HERE if you want to see what I’m talking about.) No SoundCloud, no video, none of that… Until today. Here’s the track that has people moving in the clubs by Treated Crew’s FristClass Bee called “All I Know“. Check out the video above, which shows major doses of Supreme and Bape. This might be the first time you’ve heard of FirstClass Bee, but I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last. O-Zone is always “F*ckin Up The Game”.

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New Project: JDott Trife – Trife

posted by Alex October 16, 2015


Though JDott might be gone, he is definitely not forgotten. Here’s the Treated Crew member’s latest album that he left for all of us called Trife. You can hear production from DJ O-Zone, Nascent, Mano and Wes P while hearing the likes of Astonish, White Gzus, Mic Terror, Blanco Caine and G Count as features. Take a listen to Trife below. We’re still missing you homie!

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