Sunny Woodz Creates Vibes

Sunny Woodz is no stranger to hard work. Fortunately for his fans that hard work always results in a vibe and this time is no different. This morning Sunny Woodz debuted his latest single “Vibes.”

One might think that preparation for one of the cities most anticipated showcases would keep anyone busy. While that may be true it isn’t keeping Sunny Woodz too busy to put out music to be the soundtracks of his fans lives his newest single “Vibes” brings some of Chicago’s most notable rappers together the way only Sunny Woodz can.

Wheatie, Twista, and GLC are one hell of a trio. Their individual flows come together, seamlessly to create the ultimate vibes. The new comer opens the song with a subtle energy drawing fans in. Followed by the living legend who switches flows mid verse. The Hometown Hero brings home with witty lyrics the way only he could.

Perfect for a kickback or a car ride, “Vibes” definitely belongs on repeat.

https://soundcloud.com/sunnywoodz/vibes-prod-zen-zan-beats

GLC & Chimeka Warn The World Of False Prophets

As many people wake up to the news of yet another hurricane pummeling toward the U.S. tons are taking to social media to tell the world we are in the last and evil days and Jesus is coming back. Considering the fact that the Bible is clear that people won’t know when Jesus is coming and some of them haven’t been to church in eons, it’s safe to say GLC and Chimeka’s latest release “False Prophets” has come at the perfect time.

The ism spitting activist, GLC, and the lyrical unicorn, Chimeka, are a match made in hip hop heaven. GLC’s rhymes reiterate his position as a staple in Chicago music with a sound reminiscent of earlier work with Kanye West. The slick talking rapper gives the warmest welcome for his suburban counterpart on “False Prophets,” however it wasn’t necessary. Chimeka held her own alongside GLC, immortalizing herself in Chicago’s hip hop legacy.

As if the combination of GLC and Chimeka isn’t enough to send hip hop heads into a frenzy, all of this happened over a beat produced by Novacane Muzik. As if Novacane didn’t gain enough attention after laying the groundwork for Ty Money and Bump J’s “Yes or No,” the producer may be establishing himself as the bridge between Chicago legends and the up and comers.

With that being said, its more than safe to say Chicago’s got another one. Check it out: