Chicago collective Kids These Days has finally dropped the anticipated Traphouse Rock, a 15-song album showcasing the various qualities of the band. Did I mention that this album is available for the low price of free.99? Guest verse includes Chance the Rapper. Download below.
I don’t personally stand by Chief Keef or his movement, GBE, but I give the people what they want. ChiSide doesn’t discriminate. The controversial Chicago emcee drops the video for his latest banger, “Love Sosa”. Not even going to lie, this track more listenable than a lot of Keef’s previous stuff.
One of my favorite up-and-coming artists out of the Chi, Kembe X dropped his first official video off of the mixtape Self Rule, a song called “Sawbuck (New Smoker’s Anthem)”. Kembe is a future star in the game, in my opinion. I recommend that you must download his mixtape. I haven’t seen a more talented rapper at age 17 since Earl Sweatshirt.
Young Chicago emcee Rockie Fresh drops the much anticipated Driving 88 mixtape for your ears. I have yet to give this one a listen, but it’s sure to be a solid tape. Some of the features on it include Phil Ade, King Louie, and Casey Veggies.