Who doesn't love a new track from Sylvie Grace? This one features Chandler London. This song has a lot going on, melody of the beat is kind of house while the percussions are hella trap, it screams Chicago. It makes from something perfect to sing over, yet also perfect to rap over. The production is from @domsolo .
MC Tereski drops the wisdom. Billy The Kid's production in these tracks evoke a feeling of nostalgia, perfect for songs about reflecting on the past. As he recalls vivid memories, he tells us about many life lessons that he's learned over the years. Story after story, we see his talent with using life experiences/lessons to create the content of his lyrics.
This short and sweet EP from Rich Jones, Love Jones, the second addition to his 3peat EP series, is simply on point. Even though there are only three tracks on this, it is obvious that a ton of work was put into to making this what it is. Krush Love's production on this EP is a rare and unique style with elements of classic synths and Hip-hop, and really keeps you vibing with the sound from start to finish. We look forward to hearing more from this artist/producer combination.
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Trestyle comes out with some visuals to this good listen from his new Ep. Joe Chalie, Malcom Luther. I think we can all relate to the lyrics of this track. Don't you want to make $100,000,000 before you die? I wouldn't mind if I did. The production on this track is seriously refreshing, coming from @RelEliteSoCool & @GoldyBarraBeats they are definetly a crew you should be paying attention to because they're gaining heavy momentum in not only thier talents but their movements as well.
Stay tuned, Chicago artists are reaching far with their talent and bringing a lot of eyes to this city. The ground here is always fertile because most artists choose not to stay here once they make it big, giving the new blood yet another chance to be in the limelight.
"Malcolm Luther" visual from TreStyle's Joe Chalie Ep. Produced by @RelEliteSoCool x @GoldyBarraBeats
Chicago's music scene has been attracting much attention for the past few years but a lot of that attention has been focused on artist's who we can't exactly say have a positive message. Sista E.L.L.A is an artist on from the south side of Chicago who is seeking to add a purely positive vibe to the music scene and she is doing just that. In this video directed by Segatron Media, a very strong positive message comes through. This is a message that can change the lives many young people in Chicago. In a world of negative messages, optimism and positivity should be seen as a bright shining light of good things to come.
Here is her mixtape The Ratchet Truth, available at name your price.