BoDi Deeder Has Trap Money Crack Money

Money is a necessity in this day and age and BoDi Deeder knows that well. His latest single “Trap Money Crack Money” is evidence and the visual is in line with that.

Simple in concept but heavy on effects, the “Trap Money Crack Money” video is a Clark FX original. Expensive cars, pretty women and close friends is “Trap Money Crack Money” in a nutshell. But it’s a BoDi Deeder visual so it’s certainly not that simple.

Hemi engines and strippers and a few of Chicago’s most notable artists is more like it. BoDi Deeder delivers lyrics about getting money in whatever your preferred method is, because quite frankly either you have it or you don’t. His entourage includes living legend Twista and Chicago Clout God Sunny Woodz, as well as a few of BoDi Deeder’s day ones Chase Chill and Stax Dollars.

Produced by Fatality of 80 Apes, “Trap Money Crack Money is the first single from BoDi Deeder’s upcoming EP Trap Fever.

Hunnid is on Lake Shore Drive

Probably the most versatile city in the world, Chicago can be the coldest place on earth or paradise. Hunnid captures that unforgivingly in his latest visual “Lake Shore Drive.”

Lake Shore Drive is undisputedly the most recognizable stretch of roadway in the city for all that it has to offer. From the Southside to the Northside, iconic views of the skyline and beaches that are world famous still serve as crime scenes in the eyes of many citizens. Hunnid captures that sentiment the way only he can. “Somewhere between Bump J, Common, and Chief Keef” is how Hunnid described himself on “Lake Shore Drive,” but also a very accurate depiction of what the city has to offer.

Hunnid’s remix to BlocBoy JB and Drake’s hit “Look Alive,” “Lake Shore Drive” combines lyrics depicting the harsh reality of being from a Chicago hood with breathtaking views of downtown.

Vo Shows the World His Crown

It’s safe to say if you’re a hip-hop fan and a social media user you know Vo, the lyricist in his car. Last night the rapper stepped out of his car and into Chicago’s Society 2201 night club to celebrate the release of his album Crown.

The celebration brought out a list of who’s who in the city and rightfully so. Crown is 12 tracks of what the music industry has been missing. A far cry from what’s mainstream Vo’s sound is not only specifically hip-hop, it’s specific to Vo. The lyricist covers a range of topics over beats that all sound different. And it’s probably not so unfortunate that there won’t be any dances spawning from any of the songs on Crown, but it’s almost a guarantee that there will be plenty of lyric quoting.

No gimmicks necessary Crown is proof that Vo’s lyricism stands on its own. Vo already had the respect of the city and the feature list on Crown is evidence of that. Twista, John Blu and Nia Kay are just a few of the well known artists lending their talents to Crown.

Nearly 45 minutes of positivity and real hip hop, Crown is undoubtedly a must listen and Vo is a name music lovers wont soon forget.

Vo – Crown

Look at Don of Cash Over Clout

When you’ve got it people can’t help but notice. But it never hurts to remind people to check you and that’s exactly what the rapper formerly known as Don Perrion does on his latest single “Look.”

A creative collaboration between the Westside of Chicago native and an Ohio based producer by the name of Nish, “Look” is easily a summer anthem. An easy listen, “Look” is perfect for late night rides, while still maintaining the ability to inspire a turn up.

The Cash Over Clout rapper celebrates what he has and makes listeners dance with the less than three minute track. And if a positive tracks that’s likely to make you two step in the mirror or sing along on Snapchat doesn’t seem appealing check out the uber creative cover art by Leo Perez.

Can Dev Walker Come Over?

If you’ve never heard the phrase “don’t rest on your laurels” let Dev Walker teach you what it means. The multitalented Chicagoan has been putting in work and today he debut his latest video “Come Over” as proof.

It’s been nearly a yearly since the release of Dev Walker’s debut Torn and it’s safe to say the singer/rapper/songwriter has been riding his on wave ever since. Dev Walker has spent the last 11 months releasing singles, recording covers and modeling, with all these accomplishments one would think he’s too busy to do anything else. Of course that isn’t so and as Dev Walker gears up to go to Los Angeles to show B.E.T. what his fans love about him, he took a moment to premier his latest video “Come Over.”

Undeniably sexy, “Come Over” is exclusively for the ladies. What was probably every female fans favorite song on Torn has just become their favorite visual as well seeing as Dev mad sure to let fans know he’s been in the gym. Though it is inevitable his female fans were the target audience for the song, the visual has something for the fellas as well. Dev co-stars alongside the gorgeous Chicago based model and cosmetologist Elliee. The Windy City serves as the perfect backdrop from sexy scenes the way only Dev and Ellie’s could come together to create. And the visual certainly bring the lyrics to life.

Medallion x Chloé – Breakin Pt. 2

Earlier this week, without warning at all Medallion and Chloé teamed up to release their latest “Breakin’ Pt. 2.”

After Medallion flexed a few creative muscles on the production side of “Breakin’ Pt. 2, it only made since that he do the same lyrically. The sequel to Chloé’s “Breakin’ Pt. 1 from the Day 28 Ep, of course it would have been incomplete without the songstress. Though Medallion and Chloé make the perfect duo on both songs the visual is what makes it all complete.

Brandon Holmes brings it all together with the creative use colorful light and shadow. Capturing and inspiring emotion, Brandon Holmes’ creativity took Medallion and Chloé’s hit to the next level.

Chimeka Celebrates Champagne Showers

If there’s an artist in Chicago working harder than Chimeka please point them out. The multitalented artist just released her latest visual, “Champagne Showers,” and it could not be better.

Subtitles, firearms and lots of money would be a very accurate description of the Harvey native’s latest. Direction of the mini movie was a joint effort between the unicorn herself and Stripmall, which just goes to show Chimeka really can do it all.

Speaking of doing it all, earlier this week Chimeka held a private interactive viewing experience called “Pizza and Movie.” The creative experience, which of course was a hit, just goes to show hard work, talent and creativity are all you really need to put your city on the map.