White Lyfe & T4 Tha Gr8 – #BodakCrack

Chicago’s own White Nation Ent. artist White Lyfe links up with T4 Tha Gr8 on their new joint called “#BodakCrack”, remixing Cardi B’s hit “Bodak Yellow”. Give it a spin above on SoundCloud now!

Follow On Twitter at: @whitelyfe & @T4THAGR8!

GLC & Chimeka – False Prophets

Chicago’s own GLC connects with Chimeka on their new joint entitled “False Prophets”. Both of them dropping that “ism” over a dope sample based track produced by Novacane Muzik. Give it a spin above now!

Fazle “Funk Shue” Prod. by Juice Ro$e

Eclectic could be labeled as an understatement when it comes to the thunderous sound of Taleb Fazle. Known within his city for his high octane delivery as well as his bass splitting sound it’s almost impossible to stay still when a Fazle song is being played. His newest release “Funk Shue”, is just a minuscule piece of what to foresee with his album “Vll Hvil Sxnner” coming October 2017. Produced by Juice Ro$e, the strong bass and uptempo production fits perfectly into Fazle’s sound.

Twitter/Instagram: @DamnDatKidFazle

Trajik “Masterpiece”

Midwest native Trajik reminds listeners of how relatable music still is. His dynamic flow, southern feel, and creative storytelling brings the album to life. Featuring the popular “In Due Time”, “What’s A Friend”, “Masterpiece”, and “Maze” featuring Bubby BMasterpiece is available on iTunes, Spotify, TIDAL, and Google Play.
What’s A Friend – Produced by Dylan Prevails, “What’s A Friend” is one of those tracks that stick to you, supported by a properly executed visual. The opening of the visual captures Trajik behind cell bars, then jumps into him being led into a court room in handcuffs. The use of a real court room, actors, and the courtroom hostility brings you a piece of the reality from these situations.
Instagram/Twitter: trajikworld 
Trajik World Website

Lil Billy “Crown Hill Section”

Ind, IN – Naptown bred rapper Lil Billy drops a city favorite titled, “Crown Hill Section”. Featuring “100”, “Pumpfakin” ft Love Leamber, and “Murder” ft Lil E Hoe. The project is grossing a combo of over 100k streams, and is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and everywhere else digital music is sold.
Instagram: @SkillSkill36
Pandora: Lil Billy

 

 

Panamera P – Flyraq 2

Chicago’s own independent artist Panamera P drops his new project entitled “Flyraq 2” hosted by Don Cannon. The mixtape contains 15 new tracks with features and production from Hardknock, Valee, Tony Cartel, Chase Davis, SnapBackOnDaTrack, ChaseTheMoney and more! Check it out on Spinrilla above and is also available on iTunes, Spotify and other streaming sites.

Follow On Twitter at: @panamera__p!

Que – Just A Dawg

Que is back with a new banger called “Just A Dawg” produced by Kid Class. This is the first single off his upcoming project “Class Clown” dropping September 22nd and is available for pre-order on iTunes now! Stream it above on Spotify.

Gotto x Valee – Whole Thing (Prod By ChaseTheMoney)

Hip hop recording artist and Chicago’s own Gotto is back with new music, this time he grabs one of the city’s newest MVP’s, Valee for the Chase The Money produced collab “Whole Thing”. Check it out now and follow them @CEO_GOTTO x @1RealValee x @ChaseTheMoney2x

Taylor J – Feelings

St Paul, Minnesota’s own Taylor J linked up with producer Lex Luger and dropped their collaborative EP “The 91 Family” last December. Today he announced they linked back up again for their new upcoming EP “91 Family 2” that will be dropping soon. Here’s the first single off the project called “Feelings”, check it out above now!

Follow On Twitter at: @TaylorJTakeover!

Juliano – Tired

Juliano from the Kirkwood neighborhood (home of Future, Young Scooter, Casino, etc) of East Atlanta returns today with his newest single “Tired”. The young drug lord’s name is buzzing heavy in the streets of Zone 6 and after dropping two tapes this summer, he’s already gearing up for more new music. Check out his latest, “Tired” produced by Tez Starks of The Administration.

Follow On Twitter at: @Juliano_zone6

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