Ridley Victoria – Tragic

Yesterday, Ridley Victoria debuted her highly anticipated new single “Tragic.”

Featuring Gritty and produced by EA Suavee, “Tragic” is Ridley Victoria’s declaration the money is the only motivation. For anyone who needs a jumpstart in the morning, feel free to thank the Indianapolis based beauty, because “Tragic” is theme music for anyone who is getting to the money.

New Ara’s No Spark

On the off chance anyone was concerned about Chicago running out of creativity, I present to you New Ara.

Far from a new comer to the music scene, New Ara is rather quickly approaching veteran status. The 25 year-old has been making waves since he was a teenager and his latest release is in line with that.

The visual for his latest single “No Spark,” premiered on Valentine’s Day. Almost as eclectic as New Ara himself, the video is creative combination of lighting and color. Effective in highlighting the song’s lyrics, the video is the creative genius of Ugly Ass Trapper. “No Spark” was produced by YF Beatz.

Da Deputy – It’s Okay

Just last week, Fort Worth, Texas rapper Da Deputy premiered the video for his single “It’s Okay.”

Spawning from his 2017 album Bear You Soul, “It’s Okay,” is the LP’s first visual. Featuring Jaeson Green and directed by French Montana’s creative director Stack Moses, “It’s Okay” is moving and relatable.

Through “It’s Okay” Da Deputy gives fans a look inside his personal life. Heartfelt lyrics about how he isn’t available enough to his family and his drive to succeed makes him feel selfish remind fans that lyrical aptitude makes performers no different from anyone else.

Overwhelming CCGmix

Over the weekend Chicago-based lyricist Hunnid debuted his first video of 2018, “Overwhelming CCGmix.”

The CCGmix, is Hunnid’s very own remix to Matt OX 2017 viral hit “Overwhelming.” Though he hails from the Windy City and the songs originator is from Philadelphia, Hunnid chose to use New York for his backdrop. It appears his fans could not careless where to video was filmed, as it has been viewed more than 5,400 times since it made its debut on Friday.

Ms. Nina – Lip Gloss

10 year old Chicago based rapper Ms. Nina is taking the music scene by storm. The pint sized perform debuted her latest single “Lip Gloss” today and tiny rap fans are t’d up about it.

“Lip Gloss” was produced by JahariPlayTheBeat and is the little girl anthem. Ms. Nina makes parent approved hip hop that isn’t corny.

The BSC Musik artist may be small, but her talent is not. With years of performing already under her belt, it’s no wonder why Ms. Nina is gaining so much attention. Clean lyrics and kid-friendly subject matter make Ms. Nina the ideal artist for young hip hop fans.

Listen to Lip Gloss

I Can’t See My (Old Hoes)

eGo Jaleel is working overtime to keep his latest relationship healthy and has documented that with the latest single “I Can’t See My (Old Hoes).

“I Can’t See My (Old Hoes)” is melodic twist to the idea of keeping ones former love interests at bay. A real life Chicago connection, eGo Jaleel called on highly decorated producer C-Sick to lay the foundation for “I Can’t See My (Old Hoes).

I Can’t See My (Old Hoes)

Netflix, The Video

What’s Valentine’s Day without a little music? Feel free to thank Chimeka for that. The multitalented performer premiered the video for her single “Netflix” today.

Both sultry and sexy, the song is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The visual comes six months after the single’s release, however it is right on time.

Starring Chimeka, “Netflix” documents what appears to be the perfect romance with a twist. The lyrically apt beauty also shares a scene with a unicorn, but it’s Chimeka what did you expect?

Samcin was the creative genius behind it all and it was captured by the lense of Phil Jordan. It’s safe to say as a pair they captured the rapper, singer, songwriter and unicorn at her best.

Grab a lighter and your lover and check out “Netflix”: