Mick Jenkins Songs

Still Good
Still Good
Calez Feat. Alex Wiley, Mick Jenkins & Donnie Trumpet
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Calez is a rising rapper out of Chicago has worked with many of his city's most promising young artists. He has a mixtape by the name of Baby due out next month. Yesterday he premiered a star-studded track on Ebro's Beats 1 show, "Still Good" feat. Mick Jenkins, Donnie Trumpet and Alex Wiley. Produced by Rollie, "Still Good" contains all the hallmarks of the sort of a sound generally described as "soulful" -- vibrant, triumphant strings, emphatic boom bap, chipmunk'd vocals, and distant trumpet licks, courtesy of Donnie Trumpet.
Blinded
Blinded
Odd Couple Feat. WebsterX & Mick Jenkins
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Producer oddCouple haven’t been featured on the site for quite some time, but this collaboration with fellow midwestern emcees WebsterX and Mick Jenkins is a great way to reintroduce the Chicago-based producer and Milwaukee native. “Blinded” is the first track from oddCouple’s upcoming solo project Liberation.
Spread Love
Spread Love
Mick Jenkins
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Fans of the talented Chicago emcee Mick Jenkins have been ravenously waiting for news of the rapper’s debut album The Healing Component. This morning, their pleas were answered in the form of the excellent track “Spread Love.” Featuring Jenkins’ signature rapid-fire wordplay and poetic metaphors, the track asks listeners what they intend to do with their coin.
Drive Slow
Drive Slow
Bel-Air Feat. Mick Jenkins
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Never heard of Bel-Air; he's on the radar now. The Southside Chicago rapper, a member of the NuWorld collective, has enlisted Mick Jenkins on his smooth-riding new single, "Drive Slow." There's a stylistic kinship between the two emcees -- Bel-Air is capable of knockout punchlines, though he, like Jenkins, seems to prefer to use his talents to relay nuanced depictions of what's going on in his hometown streets and how the Chicago climate affects his state of mind. 
Sunkissed
Sunkissed
Mick Jenkins Feat. TheMIND
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Mick Jenkins has been pretty tight-lipped about his forthcoming project, [T]he [H]ealing [C]omponent, although we do know that the album is completed (assuming he hasn't gone back to the drawing board since this Instagram post two months ago). He's been selfish with the leaks lately too, but as a perpetrator of quality over quantity we can't get mad at that.
Grown Ass Kid
Grown Ass Kid
Chance The Rapper Feat. Mick Jenkins & Alex Wiley
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We’re still vibing off the incredible Coloring Book mixtape from Chance The Rapper, and we already have the first track that didn’t make the mixtape. “Grown Ass Kid” features fellow Chicago natives Mick Jenkins and Alex Wiley.
Test Me
Test Me
CGB Feat. Mick Jenkins
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21-year-old Canadian rapper CGB will release his debut EP Homegrown tonight at midnight.  He was born in Ottawa and currently resides in Vancouver. "Test Me," the lead single from the project, features the talents of well-regarded Chicago emcee Mick Jenkins and serves as CGB's introduction on HNHH. Produced by GoldSoul, "Test Me" features a slow, lilting beat that sort of sounds what it feels like to be drunk and by yourself at 2 AM. CGB and Jenkins tap into that vibe to some extent... let us know what you think of young CGB in the comments.
The Artful Dodger
The Artful Dodger
Mick Jenkins
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Mick Jenkins blesses this Thursday with a new offering called "The Artful Dodger", produced by Kaytranada and THEMPeople. Jenkins previously linked up with Kaytranada on "Your Love" and "Ps and Qs" and THEMpeople on "Grenade Theory" and "$3,000 Advice".
Breakfast & Chill
Breakfast & Chill
Supa Bwe Feat. Mick Jenkins
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Supa Bwe is back with a new song “Breakfast & Chill,” with a feature from his frequent collaborator and fellow Chicago native Mick Jenkins. The track is an almost-love song, but not necessarily your traditional version of one. The track focuses on the little things that people do when they need each other, not the extended commitment that love songs usually imply.
Stuntman
Stuntman
Owen Bones Feat. Kevin Abstract & Mick Jenkins
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Owen Bones is a producer from Chicago, who by the sounds of his new single, could be doing big things this year. "Stuntman" uses some industrial sounds, sounding like a more chaotic take on Yeezus, replacing the minimalism with Swizz-beatz like beat-stacking. He's also recruited some well-suited collaborators for the track, with fellow Chicagoan Mick Jenkins laying down a verse, as well as experimental up-and-comer Kevin Abstract.
On The Map
On The Map
Mick Jenkins
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Rising rapper Mick Jenkins invited versatile jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD for “On The Map,” a cover of a The Sensei Blue track of the same name. “On The Map” is a definite moment of experimentation for Mick Jenkins, who isn’t much of a singer but manages to make the song song with some smooth falsetto backing vocals to balance out his gritty baritone. BADBADNOTGOOD adds depth to the already funky instrumental, while Jenkins adds a verse to the original lyrics.
$3,000 Advice
$3,000 Advice
Mick Jenkins Feat. TheMIND
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You know it's gunna be a good ass day when Mick Jenkins releases two songs, and it's not even Noon yet. Since he released his project Wave(s), he's given out a few features, but these are his first solo releases since the album.
Grenade Theory
Grenade Theory
Mick Jenkins Feat. TheMIND
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Mick Jenkins' powerful 2015, punctuated by his excellent Waves LP, gives way to a promising 2016.
REIGN
REIGN
Noelz Vedere Feat. Mick Jenkins
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Last year, Chicago MC Noelz Vedere dropped a well-received mixtape by the name of Bittersweet Victory. Today, HNHH premieres "REIGN" feat. Mick Jenkins, a single from his upcoming project Pyramid Poet. 
Really, Nigga?!
Really, Nigga?!
Vic Spencer
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And the beef continues, with a response no one asked for. For those of you who aren't up to speed, two Chicago rappers are currently embroiled in a war of words.
HeadAss (Vic Spencer Diss)
HeadAss (Vic Spencer Diss)
Mick Jenkins
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Mick Jenkins and Vic Spencer -- two talented rappers out of Chicago -- recently got into it on Twitter over what appeared to be some scene politics. Following the dispute, Spencer released "Dick Jerkins," a diss track aimed at Mick, and ever since, we've been awaiting Jenkins' response. It took a week, but the wait was well worth it, as Jenkins comes back with some ferocious technical bars for Spencer.
Get Up Get Down
Get Up Get Down
Mick Jenkins
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Fans of Mick Jenkins have been itching for new material from the Chicago lyricist. He's slowly been rolling out leaks off his upcoming project, keeping in theme with The Water[s], it's called Wave[s]. After giving us the Kaytranada-produced "Ps & Qs" almost two months ago, he's kicking off the week with "Get Up Get Down," featuring chaotic production from Stephan Ponce and THEMPeople.
Social Network
Social Network
Hurt Everybody Feat. Mick Jenkins
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After making their HNHH debut with their feature on Alex Wiley's "Golden," Chicago duo Hurt Everybody (Supa Bwe X MulattoBeats) links up with Mick Jenkins for "Social Network," a single from their upcoming mixtape 2K47. Between verses Supa and Mick chant "gang!," as the only social network they need is their homies.
P's & Q's
P's & Q's
Mick Jenkins
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Later this year, Mick Jenkins will release his follow-up to last year's The Water[s], the similarly-titled The Wave[s]. After giving us the Lee Bannon-produced "Alchemy," he links up with the ever-impressive Kaytranada for another cut that will appear on the EP, "P's & Q's."
Peace Of Mind
Peace Of Mind
The O'My's Feat. Mick Jenkins & Jayin
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We've seen new school funk band The O'My's team up with rappers such as Ab-Soul, Boldy James, Chance The Rapper, Twista, Chuck Inglish, and more. As you can see, they often work with artists from their hometown of Chicago, and their new collaboration is with yet another artist from the windy city.Mick Jenkins, who always tends to impress, comes through with a characteristically inventive verse on the psychedelic track, and it works magnificently. It might be a good idea to watch Mick's moves carefully this year, as we're expecting big things from him.