Young Chop "Bruce Lee" Video
Young Chop has been making headlines these past few weeks for things other than his music. Last week, he called out Kanye West for taking advantage of young Chicago artists for his own personal benefit, and then the following day he got into a brawl during one of his shows down at A3C in Atlanta.
Lil Durk "What Your Life Like" Video
The penultimate track on the standard edition of Lil Durk's new album Remember My Name is a Young Chop-produced track called "What Your Life Like," and today, it's gotten a video.
Lil Durk Feat. Carlito "Don't I" Video
Lil Durk Feat. Carlito
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. Check out the visuals above.
FAT TREL "Young Niggaz" Video
Maybach Music-signee Fat Trel just dropped the visuals for Chop Squad DJ-produced "Young Niggaz." In the video, directed by Lucas Saulsbury, Trel drives his white Benz and raps about the gangster lifestyle in a variety of locations, including under a freeway overpass, at the strip club, and in front of Wale's tour bus. Having appeared on his recent song "Loyalty," Trel appears to have a budding partnership with Wale.
Rae Sremmurd Take Over Carnival In Trinidad
No one these days knows how to party like Rae Sremmurd, at least here in the U.S. In the latest video peek into the SremmLife, Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy take their talents to the island of Trinidad & Tobago during Carnival, one of the world's biggest parties.
Johnny May Cash "JUGG" Video
Johnny May Cash
A few days ago, Chopsquad affiliate Johnny May Cash dropped off his new mixtape My Last Days, which featured guest spots from YB, King Rell, SD, Ca$h Out and Jrock, and production from Young Chop, among others. Today a video for the tape's "JUGG" arrives.
Johnny May Cash "Sexy Ladies (Prod. By Young Chop)" Video
Johnny May Cash
On Tuesday, Johnny May Cash will drop his new tape entitled My Last Days, and today he gets us hype for the project in the most convincing way possible: sharing a new, Young Chop-produced heater. This one's called "Sexy Ladies," and it comes along with a suitably steamy video. Coming out in favor of turning up, and in opposition to turning down, Johnny inhabits the watery soundscape provided by Chop with ease. The song is pretty poppy in the vein of some of Lil Durk's finest tunes, and fits alongside drill's happier tracks nicely.
Johnny May Cash "My Last Days" Video
Johnny May Cash
In a few weeks Johnny May Cash will be releasing his new mixtape, which is slated to be called My Last Days. The title track has a new visual which dropped today. For those unfamiliar with Chicago-based artist, check out recent projects from some of your favorite Drill rappers.
Johnny May Cash Feat. Rampage "It's A Difference" Video
Johnny May Cash Feat. Rampage
Drake said nothing was the same and Johnny May Cash may agree, because for him it's a difference. Today Johnny May Cash drops the video to his most recent Young Chop-produced single, "It's A Difference." The song is featuring Rampage. From the clubs to the streets, both Cash and Rampage show just how different it is in the Reel Sharp Films directed video.
Lil Durk "I Made It" Video
While things were looking good at the end of 2013, Lil Durk unfortunately didn't get to release his Def Jam debut this year. Instead, we got Signed To The Streets 2, which much like it's predecessor played exactly like an album.
Young Chop Feat. Johnny May Cash, J Rock, YB & BMore "Never Gonna Change" Video
Young Chop Feat. Johnny May Cash, J Rock, YB & BMore
With Still, his debut album that dropped a couple of months ago, Chicago producer Yougn Chop got the chance to curate a full-length collection of music on his own. Many of the cuts saw him linking with established names like Chief Keef and Lil Durk, but the LP was also a great opportunity for Chop to show off some rawer talent from his hometown. "Never Gonna Change" was track that saw him bringing out Johnny May Cash, J Rock, YB and BMore for some shine, and today it's gotten a video.
Young Chop Feat. Lil Durk "Murder Team" Video
Young Chop Feat. Lil Durk
Prolific Chicago beatmaker Young Chop released Still, his debut album, last month, bringing together collaborators such as Chief Keef, Fat Trel, Lil Herb, Johnny May Cash, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Reese and Lil Durk. That last guy guested on a particularly chilling cut called "Murder Team," and today it's gotten a fittingly cold-hearted video.
Young Chop Speaks On Chicago Rappers, Working With Chance The Rapper
Young Chop has been a long-time collaborator and supporter of Chief Keef, the two basically got their fame hand-in-hand thanks to the viral "I Don't Like." When Chop stopped by for an interview the other week, he spoke on first connecting with Keef back in 2010 on his first mixtape. "The rest is history, we started making hits," he said. Chop also spoke about life in Chicago, "It could just go down anywhere. That's basically like what it is in Chicago. Just violence and fuckin' thotties and motherfuckin' music. And we just talking about what we seeing in the streets."
Young Chop Feat. King 100 James "Some Of Mine" Video
Young Chop Feat. King 100 James
Young Chop is known for his hit production, but lately he's been attempting a career as a solo artist and releasing new records. With an upcoming project, Still, dropping next Tuesday (10/28), Chop decides to amp up the promotion and drop off a new video tonight for “Some Of Mine” featuring King 100 James.
Young Chop "All I Got" Video
Typically, Young Chop is known for producing drill street bangers, but a couple weeks ago he decided to show off his rapping skills for one song only titled “All I Got”. After receiving some good feedback, the Chicago hit-maker decided to release a new music video for the record now as well. With some hookahs and shooters by his side, Chop goes shirtless and stunts hard for the camera in this Ben Hughes Studio-directed video.
Lil Bibby & Young Chop In The Lab Working On "Free Crack 2"
Lil Bibby Feat. Young Chop
On Monday night, Lil Bibby announced his new project, Free Crack 2, as well as dropped the official cover art for the DJ Drama-hosted project. It looks like his EP, The Book, is on hold for now, so let Crack 2 season begin.
Lil Durk Previews New Track With Young Thug & Young Chop
Lil Durk is currently working on his Def Jam debut, as well as a possible follow up to Signed To The Streets. Whichever we get first, there's sure to be some interesting collaborations in tow. Durk has been working with go-to producer Paris Beuller, as well as Atlanta's 808 Mafia and Metro Boomin. His upcoming single from the project will have a Chris Brown feature. The Chi-town rapper shared another new track, which will feature production from Young Chop, as well as a feature from ATL rapper Young Thug.
Lil Reese Feat. Johnny May Cash "Irrelevant" Video
Lil Reese Feat. Johnny May Cash
Of all the bangers on Lil Reese's 2013 tape Supa Savage, the Young Chop-produced "Irrelevant" might hit the hardest. The track's now gotten a dark video courtesy of director Paul John. Watch above. Clad in a Miami Heat warmup jacket, Reese raps in front of a candlelit shrine and in a dark alley. The Young Chop beat is hard as ever, using synths and trap hi-hats to make "Irrelevant" a very enjoyable drill track.
Chiraq Ep. 7: How to Make It Out Of Chiraq
Today Noisey let go the seventh episode in their on-going "Chiraq" documentary, which takes a look at rappers hailing from the Chi and all the violence that accompanies (some) of them.
Chiraq Ep. 6: Young Chop Drives Around With His Mom
The latest episode of Noisey's on-going documentary on Chicago's drill scene/rap scene, "Chiraq" has arrived. In the last episode (episode 5) we met up with Vic Mensa and the SAVEMONEY crew as they attempted to get their friend Joey Purp out of jail.