Alex Wiley's mixtapes have been just as strong as albums, so given this is a proper commercial release, we're expecting the same quality if not more. After hitting the ground running with Club Wiley, Alex dropped off his Village Party mixtape in 2014.
Instead of joining in on the craziness that is today’s album releases, Chicago’s Alex Wiley has decided to wait a week until he releases the sequel to his 2014 project Village Party.
Alex Wiley has been building a loyal following through his experimental and unique style, giving us yet another side of his abilities with "For Sunny," a primarily-sung record.
When it comes to titling his work, Alex Wiley doesn't stick to conventions. He named his last EP one singular flame emoji, but for his newest leak, he went for something a little less conspicuous: "Track One."
Alex Wiley delivered "Lil Stoner Boi" yesterday, and quickly follows up today with another loose cut, "Booty Club (Goin Dumb Again)." While talking to Noisey about how the record came about, Wiley revealed it was inspired by a bodyguard he had while on tour.�
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Alex Wiley's June mixtape Village Party was one of our favorites of the summer, an inventive, sometimes goofy collection of stoned-and-zonked-out tracks. Today, one of its tracks, "Takeoff," gets a very fitting video.
Last week, Kembe X dropped his self-titled EP with a little help from Scion, and though four solo cuts on there were undeniably strong, "As I Unfold" was the sure standout, thanks to strong contributions from Alex Wiley and Ab-Soul.
Alex Wiley returns today with a video for another track from this summer's Village Party, "Splash Game (Self Doubt)." This clip has him traveling up to Toronto (a fairly short trip from Wiley's native Chicago), slapping a Maple Leafs hockey jersey on his back
Yesterday Chicago native Kembe X got that VERY HOTTTTT look on HNHH thanks to a collaboration he did with TDE's Isaiah Rashad, "Caged Bird." Well, he brings the heat once again today with a collaboration featuring Ab-Soul and fellow Chicagoian (is that a word
Alex Wiley is one of Chicago's most promising stars, rocking his quirky style all the way to the top of the heap of up-and-coming artists in the city. Recently, our own Damon Campbell caught up with Wiley to ask him some questions.
Alex Wiley debuted his sophomore mixtape effort, Village Party, last week, and although this collaboration with Mick Jenkins got axed from the final tracklist (instead another Mick Jenkins collabo, "Forever," appeared on the tape), Wiley and Jenkins have decid
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