Rich Laurel Drops Get Rich Quick

Over the weekend Rich Laurel (the rapper, not the basketball player) debuted his album Get Rich Quick.

The Chicago based artist wrote, produced and performed the 30 minute album in its entirety. Though, he was the sole contributor to his album, Rich Laurel has plenty of big named friends in the music industry. The multitalented Midwest representivebhas worked Shawnna, Katie Got Bandz, and Rico Recklezz, among countless others.

Though far from a new comer to the music industry Get Rich Quick is Rich Laurel’s debut album. He said, “I know a lot of people make drill or trap music but this is money music for aspiring entrepreneurs.”

Get Rich Quick

G Herbo is the Humble Beast

After what seems like an eternity for his core fans, G Herbo finally debuted his first studio album entitled, Humble Beast.

Drill music fans across the globe are celebrating Humble Beast and thank goodness “I Like” isn’t indicative of the album’s sound. True to his Chicago roots, the artist formerly known as Lil Herb took listeners on a journey through the life of a gangster from “over east”.

Though, Chicago is no longer where G Herbo resides, this album is a reminder that it will always be home to the rapper. G Herbo mentions 79 and Essex more than once on Humble Beast, reassuring fans and the city that he hasn’t forgotten the streets that raised him.

G Herbo was accompanied on this album by two of today’s most pertinent acts, Lil Yatchy and Lil Uzi Vert. “Mirror” features fellow Chicago native Lil Bibby and in a creative twist the two share the same flow on the song. Chicago hip hop legend Bump J, flexes some lyric muscles for the song “Crown.” Chicago-based crooner Jeremih, also contributed some talent to this project.

Listen to Humble Beast now.

PC Da Southboy – Streets Ain’t the Same

After starting the summer on a high note with several appearances on Ty Money’s Cinco De Money 3, PC Da Southboy debuts his on single “Streets Ain’t The Same.”

The Robbins, Illinois native called on Ty Money and the two seem to be a winning team. “Streets Ain’t the Same” was produced by YF Beatz.

Streets Ain’t the Same

Bodi Deeder Is In The Ghetto

Everything but an overnight success, Bodi Deeder is a name almost synonymous with hip hop in Chicago. With years invested in the industry and having worked with everyone from Twista to Lani Pop, if nothing else Bodi Deeder knows his way around the studio and the city.

His latest offering is nothing short of a reminder of that, "In the Ghetto" was filmed by @AZaeProduction in the city Bodi Deeder calls home. The black and white masterpiece only adds emphasis to his lyrics and his distinctive voice makes the song impossible to forget.

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Amias Amir Doesn’t Need Practice

From Phoenix Arizona, by way of Chicago Illinois, Amias Amir is no new comer to music. Lyrically mature beyond his age, the 25 year old has been rapping for years, at one point being signed to Lupe Fiasco’s 1st and 15th imprint.

With a style best describes as real-life lryricsm, Amias Amir makes music based on everyday scenarios. A far cry from the gun toting, drug infused releases currently saturating radio play, Amias Amir makes music that every listener can relate to. 

Though no longer backed by a label Amais Amir has continued to create music and is now using his #TellAFriend iniatiative to promote his two most recent songs “Practice” and “The Interlude”.

Follow Amias Amir on Twitter: @KingAmias and check him out on SoundCloud:


From the looks of things Moses is determined to put Decatur on the map. The Central Illinois native is back with his latest video “VibeTalk”.

Almost as trippy as his brand of r’n’b, the visual was filmed by Finor Focus. The song almost feels like the ever popular “mumble rap” epidemic, but the ClanMade artists amazing vocals will quickly remind you this is undoubtedly r’n’b. 

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