Can’t Take Me is the first single from the highly anticipated mixtape by Chicago rapper Kenny Mac, hosted by Bigga Rankin and scheduled for release on Thursday, June 29, 2017. Check out the @MisterEvilLV shot visual now!
New Music From OG Vell & Bella Feat. Lil Mouse
“Hood550” Stream Below!
New Music straight from the East Side of Chicago, as Stash and Chase N Dough link for “Chess”.
Lil Reese drops the visual to “Come Around” off his latest project “300 Degrezz”. Visual Shot by Jerry Production.
It’s about to be trouble people, HellaBandz artist Lil Mouse and So ABnormal artist Mattie Baybee teamed up once again but this time it was for an all out brand new mixtape with nothing but hits, The two heavy hitters of the hip hop scene came up with this at a perfect time when the music industry needed it most. Since Future and Drake decided to drop a collab album entitled “What A Time To Be Alive” these two said it was only right that they do the same by dropping their new project entitled “What A Time To Be Young”, Not saying Lil Mouse is playing Drake because of the skin color, low haircut, and talent, and I’m not saying Future is played by Matti because of the dreads, the swag, and talent but because their just proteges of the two legends in music industry. This is a series so stay in tuned for more updates, vlogs, blogs, and more.
Lil Mouse proved he’s truly about that life years ago when he was first introduced to us on his single “Get Smoked.” The young artist had just reached puberty when Lil Wayne remixed his track about violence and drugs. These days, hip-hop has spread more because of it’s appeal rather than genuine, lyrical content, and Lil Mouse feels it’s because people rap about a life they don’t live – like Slim Jesus, for example. “When I first saw the video, I ain’t really like it ’cause it was like he was joking about the situation,” Lil Mouse says about Slim’s super-viral track and video, “Drill Time.”
Earlier this week, Lil Mouse dropped “Kill Time,” a diss track aimed at Slim Jesus – or so we thought. According to him, the song “ain’t a diss” as he was merely “stating facts.” The 16-year-old drill rapper does admit, however, that he has yet to meet a person outside of Chicago who he feels is good at their style of rapping. He also feels people should never rap about things they have no knowledge of, especially since he’s lost nearly ten of his friends to the streets.
Watch as the young Chiraq artist speaks on his crime-infested city, drill music and Slim Jesus below.