Rapcrush and Chella H are Body Goals

The world has a way of putting pressure on women to have the perfect bodies. For women who think what God gave them is enough, Rapcrush gave them “Body Goals”.

Rapcrush teamed up with Chella H to let women know natural bodies can be goals too. “Body Goals” is all about empowering women and loving yourself. Self love is a hell of a drug and those who have it are obvious, but one can never have too many reminders.

“Body Goals” is proof that two Chicago rappers are better than one and women do work well together. While Rapcrush and Chella H are both making waves for their lyrical abilities, both are indeed body goals in their own rights.

For every woman with great genes or the discipline to hold the body they want somewhere between the kitchen and gym, “Body Goals” is for you.

BADBOY VT is Not Innocent

Chicago native BADBOY VT started rapping to escape the ills of his own life. That escape has transformed into journey that BADBOY VT takes his fans on to share his life experiences. The latest stop on that journey is entitled “Not Innocent.”

Plenty of rappers tell tall tales of street life, but VT wants his fans to know everything he raps about he has actually experienced and “Not Innocent” is no different. “Not Innocent” contains some incriminating admissions, but that’s what makes it real.

BADBOY VT describes himself as “raw from the streets” and “Not Innocent” is evidence of that claim. The song was produced by Magic Lgo and is now available on a streaming platforms.

Nina B Throws It Back

The future is female, just ask D1CMG. The music powerhouse acknowledges that girls run the world and introduce their very first female emcee Nina B.

Known as “The Pretty Spitta,” Nina B is making quite the name for herself on the hip hop scene. Her rambunctious personality is apparent in her lyrics and her debut single “Throw It Back” is evidence.

“Throw It Back” is fun and flirty. With all the makings of a twerk anthem, Nina B’s flow makes the song a hit. The uptempo track is the perfect for Nina B and the visual is the icing on the cake.

Filmed by Ryder Visuals, “Throw It Back” opens as a yoga class. The class quickly goes rogue and what should have been a calming experience is exchanged for something that resembles a night at the strip club.

In an era where femcees are getting their due credit, Nina B as the potential to find herself receiving all of her roses. “Throw It Back” is now available on all platforms.

https://smarturl.it/Nina-B-Throwitback

Richie Wess is Trained To Go

There are a million and one ways to celebrate a birthday. Probably more than that when money is no object and COVID-19 is no concern. With all the options he had, Richie Wess celebrated his birthday by releasing his album Trained To Go.

While most of us expect to receive gifts to celebrate on our special day, Tampa-based rapper Richie Wess gifted his fans with new music. Trained To Go is nearly 30 minutes of the YTC artist at his best. Trained To Go is comprised of 10 tracks and includes features from French Montana, Yung Dred, and Priceless Scott.

Trained To Go features the highly acclaimed single “Frontline” with Calboy. If you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, listen to Trained To Go here:

https://music.apple.com/us/album/trained-to-go/1523692313

Don of CashOverClout’s Here This Is For You

One thing Don of CashOverClout is never in short supply of is creativity. From his music to fashion choices the Chicago lyricist keep fans one their toes and is latest display, “Here This Is For You” is a no different.

It takes a true wordsmith to intertwine subject matters the way Don did on “Here This Is For You” and frankly, it’s impressive. The song opens with what sounds like a dark, yet relatable admission of loneliness. That’s followed by a combination of typical rap scenarios and valid life lessons.

“Here This Is For You” is yet another CashOverClout/SmartMouf collaboration. Don of CashOverClout’s latest gift to his fans was produced by Ace da Vinci and mixed at Glass Tree Creative.

Mogul Gets Respect

In life it is not uncommon to see people take alternate routes to their goals. D1CMG’s Mogul is no different. The artist turned CEO returned to his creative roots with the release of Still Humble. While Still Humble in its entirety is a vibe, “Respect” sets the tone.

For any creative work the introduction is imperative. “Respect” is evidence that Mogul understands that whole heartedly. The first of seven tracks on Still Humble, “Respect” is Mogul’s state of the union, if you will. In just under three minutes, in no uncertain terms, Mogul reminds anyone and everyone that he is not to be played with.

As his moniker suggests, Mogul is normally all successful business. “Respect” gives most a peak into who Mogul as a man and what’s important to him. Though, short in comparison to his list of accomplishments, “Respect” provides a bit of insight into what’s going on in Mogul’s life.

The vulnerability of “Respect” allows fans to see Mogul in a light that they may have never previously seen. The emphasis on family, personal responsibility, and business is evident.

Still Humble is available on all streaming platforms.

http://smarturl.it/mogul-stillhumble

LLG Siicx

Some artists have a way of drawing inspiration from life experience. LLG Siicx is one of those artists.

Chicago native LoeLyfeGang Siicx has been rapping since he was 13. Despite seeing the hardships of those around him, Siicx fostered his talent, understanding that he has something special. Though it wasn’t until recently that Siicx took his own talent.

In the last two years, Siicx has released four music videos, two of which in the last two weeks. He has also been featured on a number of compilation mixtapes. Siicx is now working to complete his debut mixtape slated to be released at some point this summer.

Don of CashOverClout & Ace da Vinci – Duke Nukem

Westside native Don of CashOverClout joined forces with Ace da Vinci and aged themselves just a bit with “Duke Nukem.”

In yet another CashOverClout/SmartMouf collaboration, Don of CashOverClout and Ace da Vinci float over an Ace da Vinci produced beat on “Duke Nukem.” Named for the video game original released in 1991, “Duke Nukem” is two minutes and 56 seconds of vibes and sounds a little like a video game.

Don of CashOverClout rightfully takes pride in his performance, declaring “lyrically, this one of the hardest songs I ever did.” A hard lyrical performance that was absolutely necessary to be befitting of the Ace da Vinci beat. Don employed a laidback flow that emphasized his lyrics without overpowering the beat.

While Ace da Vinci outdid himself in the way of production, his lyrical performance was notable as well. Ace da Vinci’s flow while completely different from Don’s was equally perfect over the beat, making “Duke Nukem” complete and reiterating that CashOverClout and SmartMouf is always a dope combination.