Amias Amir’s Big Talk

Anyone who doesn’t know Amias Amir needs to get in tune. The Arizona based lyricist hails from Chicago and brings a level of creativity to hip hop that the game needs desperately.

Aware that he’s different, Amias Amir holds a lane all his own. His unique sounds helps him to stand out in a sea of artists that anyone could get lost in.

Amias Amir’s first single of 2019, “Big Talk,” debuted recently, but it was worth the wait. Mellow in it’s tone, but “Big Talk” is a reminder that Amias Amir May not be a household name, but he has certainly put the work in to be where he is.

The visual is entertaining as well. Amias Amir showed of his acting skills a bit.

Rapcrush

Chicago is full of unique artists, just look at Rapcrush. The 25 year old rapper is in a lane all her own.

Music has always been a part of Rapcrush’s life. Attending studio session with her father made her comfortable in that environment and it wasn’t long before she followed in his footsteps. The poet turned rapper, has music in her DNA and the personality to make it shine.

Fun and flirty, Rapcrush’s style is a reflection of exactly who she is. The chocolate covered rapper puts it all on display in her latest video “Fuck It Up.”

Pre Dolla – Exotic Trees

Everyone is passionate about something and according to Pre Dolla’s latest, his passion is weed. The Chicago based artist recently released the visual for his ode to good bud entitled “Exotic Trees.”

It’s been said that music is a universal and same has been said about smoking pot. It only makes sense that some one would make a song about getting stoned. Pre Dolla executed the undertaking in a way only he could.

A song that’s likely to cross cultures deserves an equally as uniting visual. Pre Dolla filmed his “Exotic Trees” video in Las Vegas, Nevada and it could not have been more befitting. The perfect double entendre, the “Exotic Trees” visual features a ton of palm trees.

Justin Famous Decides to Run It Up

Justin Famous did not come to play, and he certainly did not come to lose. The near Westside native debut his new single “Run It Up,” today.

Justin Famous is undeniably in a lane of his own. His sound is an eclectic blend of hip-hop, soul and r’n’b that separates him from the sounds currently dominating hip-hop. A true lyricist, Justin Famous’s music is more than just entertaining, it’s thought provoking and “Run It Up” is evidence.

The first single from his upcoming EP Day Dreamin’, “Run It Up is catchy, but not shallow. An inner conflict over music, “Run It Up” is the multitalented, rapper, producer, and songwriter evaluating the choices he’s making and how they’re going to effect his future.

Far from the standard and far above average Justin Famous is an artist to get to know.

Run It Up

Raymi the Artist has Girls in the Coupe

Some girls like long walks in the park, but Raymi the Artist likes sports cars. The Chicago native paired her love for sports cars with her knack for lyricism and delivered the summer anthem “Girls in the Coupe.”

Raymi the Artist did not come to play. “Girls in the Coupe” is nothing less than infectious. Produced by TrapHustleBeats, “Girls in the Coupe” is uptempo and fun. Sassy lyrics provoking female empowerment makes “Girls in the Coupe” theme music for any girl in her bag.

While the song itself is likely to put Raymi the Artist on everyone’s radar, the visual for “Girls in the Coupe” is real gem. Filmed by Ryder Visuals, “Girls in the Coupe” is what happens when pretty girls stage a coup in a car wash.

Check out “Girls in the Coupe” and get to know Raymi the Artist.

Dev Walker Remixes Envy Me

Fans have been holding their collect breath since Dev Walker’s March release Wait A Dev Minute. Today, they can all breathe a sigh of relief as Dev debuts the first visual, “Envy Me.”

“Envy Me” is a fan favorite, garnering more spins than anything other song on the mixtape. Dev Walker’s “Envy Me” remix is almost as beloved as 147 Calboy’s original, proving that no matter how many artists come out of Chicago, the city is never in any short supply of talent.

The minute and 23 second visual was filmed by LB Vision. Far from the Dev Walker who stole the hearts of women across the city singing at the Millennium Tour back in April. The bat wielding performer delivers flawless vocals with the precision of a rapper. Reestablishing himself as on of the most talented artists on the rise.

Corey Ether’s Art of Sage

The best thing about art is there’s no one way to create it. Corey Ether reminds the world of that with his album Art of Sage.

Art of Sage is an eight track effort named for Ether’s first child. Though less than 30 minutes long, Ether covers a multitude of topics and does so with the help of a few talented friends, including Fendi Frost.

Art of Sage is versatile and creative, with a little something for everyone. From the fun, but slightly petty “Shoutout to My Exes” to the stripper anthem “Do It,” Art of Sage is likely to keep listeners engaged.

Art of Sage