Back in May, we introduced you to Chicago production duo Two Fresh by way of their collab with two familiar faces, Towkio and Joey Purp: "Gettin' Throwed." Released after Towkio's .Wav Theory tape, which also featured some of their work, the fun, Hou
On a mission to be hip hop's premiere nice guy, Chance the Rapper organized a Teens in the Park Festival that went down Wednesday at Northerly Park in Chicago. The festival was free and admission was available only to teens age 13 and 14.
Last month, Fredo Santana dropped off his follow-up to last year's Walking Legend, Ain't No Money Like Trap Money, and today he's shared a videos for the tape's "Pass Me My Double Cup." In the clip, he sips copious amounts of lean, smokes blunts and pays
Vic Mensa got arguably the biggest look of his career to date when Kanye West produced and rapped on his latest track, "U Mad," back in March. It'll be the first single on Mensa's upcoming album Traffic, and today, it gets a video.
We haven't heard much from Glo Gang's Ballout since he linked up with Tadoe for their joint release, The Rise Of Glo Gang Empire, but today, he's back with a new video for "Cali Weed." In it, he's fittingly posted up at GBE's home away from home in L.A.
We should be getting King Louie's Drilluminati 3 at some point this summer, and today, the Chicago drill mainstay shares a video for a new track called "Throw Yo Sets Up" that'll appear on it. Watch it above.
LIl Durk's debut album, Remeber My Name, is quickly approaching its June 2nd release date, and today he shares a video for a track that won't appear on the project. It's called "Don't I," features Carlito and was produced by drill stalwart Young Chop.
Both members of Sicko Mobb most likely weren't born yet when Penny Hardaway was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 1993, but if you've heard their song named after him, you wouldn't know it. On the Super Saiyan Vol.
With his Life Of A Savage mixtape series and 2014 debut album, Truly Blessed, Chicago's SD has quietly become one of drill's most consistent stars, though he may not get the same amount of press as his pal Chief Keef.
Released at the end of March, Lil Durk and Jeremih's "Like Me" succeeded in drumming up a ton of hype for the former's upcoming album Remember My Name, and now a video has arrived. Watch both Chicago artists in the clip above.
With the video for his T.I.-assisted track "Boy" dropping earlier this month, Lil Bibby is still riding high off last year's Free Crack 2 tape, but he's also got his sights set on the future.
Currently incarcerated Chicago rapper ZMoney will reportedly be out in a matter of a few weeks, so his camp's preparing for his inevitable release by sharing a video for his track "Count This Money," which also features Brick Fair.