More new music coming out of Chicago with Lotice’s latest drop for “Shit Wild”. Produced by TerrenceNoRoci and visuals directed by Dinero Films, the track featuring Laje can be found on Lotice’s Lost Files project. Lotice can be found on both Twitter and Instagram at @OfficialLotice.
Chicago’s Neil Gang released the video for his recent single “Pop My”. Stay tuned for more new music on the way from the Chicago representative and check out the IG and Twitter pages @NeilGangTv.
From the Northwest side of Chicago, Sxrap4800’s recent visual release “Trappin Out the Apt” shows that he will be posted on Cicero Ave., also known as Zone4800, for the time being. Connect with Sxrap4800 on Instagram @sxrap4x and Twitter @Sxrap4800.
With a respectable catalog and dedicated work ethic, Kilo M.O.E is able to keep his name among indie music’s heavyweights. Produced by ATL’s Chinaman, “Rambo” features Chicago artist Cyco Thah Urchin riding shotgun over the hardcore bass-heavy trap beat, delivering a death blow to those stepping in the way of Kilo M.O.E.
Chicago artist Cha$e Bank$ taps into Drake’s “Grammys” to deliver a glimpse of what he is preparing to drop in the near future.
Quick visual from Chicago based MWII with the Bitvisuals assisted video for “These Days”.
The new EP from MWII, Brew Pack Vol. 1, serves uplifting, electronic and soul hybrid self-production accompanied by melodic flows.
New track from Chicago artist Co-Still who gives you an idea of what he is about with “This Is What I Do”.
Originally from Cincinnati and now based in Chicago, MWII captures the emotional trials and tribulations and exposes his inner struggles with his self directed video along with Bitvisuals, “Willpower”.
Chicago artist Oso Lucky grabs his phone after a night out. Shot by Blayke BZ, “Drunk Text” also features Mz Supa Star on the track.