Broke The Rim
Mathaius Young Feat. Ibn Inglor & Tre Capital
In September, we stumbled upon Mathaius Young's "Go" record on SoundCloud, and co-signed it with a little post on the site. The Drayco McCoy-featured song had a melodic beat and a catchy hook-- two things that are missing from his follow-up record, a collaboration with Ibn Inglor and Tre Capital.
"CHAMBERS" is a symphonic new cut from emerging Chicagoan artist Ibn Inglor, produced by San Diego artist/producer Danny Winter. The first minute of the track finds him optimistic, calling for unity and reminiscing over an upbeat instrumental, the latter half shifting into something heavy, dark and mournful, his words a fiery, haunting lament.
Ibn Inglor Feat. Nick Acquroff
Ibn Inglor is an experimental rapper out of Chicago, who's been getting comparisons to Kanye West ever since Yeezus dropped. The thing is, Ibn has been making this kind of music since before 'Ye's industrial opus saw release, which is further evidence that Yeezy didn't exactly "invent" this particular brand of noise-rap, but rather made the most visible project within a bigger musical trend.
"Belief" is the latest release from emerging Altgeld Gardens, Chicago artist Ibn Inglor, produced by Apex Martin. It serves as a single for both Martin's upcoming EOT (End of Time) project and Inglor's NW2 (New Wave 2), a sequel to his December 2013 mixtape New Wave, which is available in out mixtape section.