Chicago's Jeremiah Jae isn't your common garden-variety rapper, as he showed on his extremely blunted mixtape Good Times, released earlier this week. The Flying Lotus-associated MC has a love for dusty, old-school samples the likes of which show up on "Get Mi
Twista is preparing his ninth studio album, and today he's shared the lead single from the effort. The lightning-tongued rapper opts for a fairly mid-tempo number, though doe snot hesitate his furious double time flow to the border-line slow jam.
Alex Wiley and Mick Jenkins are two of the most promising young emcees currently operating in the Chicago metropolitan area. "Forever" is their first joint offering, and although brief, it's much doper than your average rap cut.
Cap 1 seems to be taking a not from Skeme, who went over Jhene Aiko's "the Worst" earlier in the week. Much like the California rapper, and Jhene herself, in the original recording, Cap references a Jay Z couplet in the first few bars of the song.
"You're Welcome" is Chicago spitter Alex Wiley's first offering of the new year, as well as his first release since dropping his Club Wiley project (which is available via his official website). The bass-heavy cut was produced by Odd Couple.