Kehlani Delivers While We Wait

As she awaits the birth of her daughter, Kehlani made a delivery of another sort. Today, the singer-songwriter debuted her fourth project While We Wait.

While We Wait is perfectly titled, as every Kehlani fan holds their breath waiting for the star to deliver her baby girl. Clearly cognizant of her fans anxiety, Kehlani released a nine track mixtape. While We Wait is Kehlani at her best. The expectant mother gives fans everything they have grown to expect from her and so much more.

Relatable subject matter dresses in creative melodies and presented in an angelic voice; While We Wait is effortless. Though only 30 minutes long, While We Wait is evidence that the Oakland native is wise beyond her years. While We Wait explores the dynamics of different kinds of relationships with the assistance of some of musics most identifiable men, including Musiq Soulchild and DOM KENNEDY.

Kehlani – While We Wait

The Messiah Commemorates Mo Mo

After an unexpected split with some long time business partners, The Messiah is back to work. Yesterday, he debuted his new mixtape Mo Mo.

The Messiah’s first project of 2019, Mo Mo is a project close to the rapper’s heart. Mo Mo was named for and dedicated to The Messiah’s childhood friend, Paris Momoh who unexpectedly passed away in October. The 14 track effort not only dons Paris’s nickname Mo Mo, but the cover art is one of The Messiah’s favorite pictures of his friend.

Just more than 40 minutes long, Mo Mo may be The Messiah’s best body of work yet. Mo Mo is split evenly between tracks where Siah puts his own lyrical talent center stage and tracks where he reminds fans that he can hold his own alongside some of the cities most notable artists on the rise. The up and comer shares tracks with Mikey Dollaz, Lil Keisha, and Top Shatta among others.

Mo Mo is available exclusively on The Messiah’s brand new SoundCloud page:

SUNNYWOODZROLLUP

Nearly three years after its predecessor and a week later than expected SUNNYWOODZROLLUP has finally arrived.

The last two weeks are evident that Sunny Woodz is the hardest working man in Chicago. On November 19, the engineer, songwriter, and creative genius hosted a private kickback that doubled as the listening party for SUNNYWOODZROLLUP. The mixtape was scheduled to to make its debut the following Friday, November 23, just in time for Sunny Woodz to headline his first concert. Instead, he went back to the studio and the result is debatably perfection.

At just less than 28 minutes, SUNNYWOODZROLLUP is 12 tracks of greatness. The mixtape is a guide to the dopest artists throughout the Chicagoland area brought together the way only Sunny Woodz could. SUNNYWOODZROLLUP opens with Solo The Dweeb, who sets the vibe for the tape. From there artists from all over the city remind fans as to why they remain patient with Sunny Woodz and his missed deadlines. Bandland Zz, Chimeka, Slitta, and Messiah are just a few of the artists who contributed their talents t9 this effort. SUNNYWOODZROLLUP then closes with a feature from YP.

The easiest way to describe SUNNYWOODZROLLUP is to call it a vibe. The mixtape is creative culmination of the versatility of Chicago based artists conveniently packaged for the listening pleasure of fans.

Dave East Delivers Karma 2

It’s been a long week for Dave East’s fans, but after being pushed back twice Karma 2 has finally arrived.

While fans may have been stressing over the change in release dates, Karma 2 is undoubtedly worth the wait. Karma 2 is comprised of 19 of Dave East’s best works yet. His latest collaboration with DJ Holiday, it is safe to say Karma 2 may very well be legendary.

A testament to the former athlete’s versatility, Karma 2 features a combination of lyrical skill and a wide variety of flows. Dave East combines his experience in the street and way with the ladies with his knack for storytelling to bring fans a mixtape that can be played all the way through.

Despite putting his own talents in the spotlight, the Harlem representative called on some lyrically apt friends including Fabulous, Blocboy JB and Lil’ Durk to make Karma 2 complete.

Karma 2

Hearon Trackz – Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2

Not quite two weeks after the debut of its predecessor, Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2 made its own debut.

The 14 track effort is a compilation on Hearon Trackz latest works. Completely void of lyrics, Super Producer Beat Realz highlights what Hearon Trackz does best. 26 minutes of various styles of beats, with something to inspire the artist in everyone.

Hearon Trackz’s third project of 2018 Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2 is co-signed by Stack or Starve and Take the L. The Super Producer and Chicago native shows no signs of slowing down in 2018 as he also announced the release of his next project, an album, Seven7.7 will be later this month.

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Frenchy Moe

Chicago based rapper Frenchy Moe started 2018 working. It’s only three days into the year and so far he has released a new mixtape and video.

Yesterday, Southsider Frenchy Moe took to Instagram to let fans know that he had delivered the visual for his latest single “DaReawakening.” The single’s hardcore lyrics and mirrored in the video with images of Frenchy Moe and is comrades brandishing firearms and large amounts of money.

The Chicagoan then went back to social media announcing the release of his new mixtape entitled “Cold Summer Nights.” The 13 track effort is nearly an hour long and features performances from Kamo Kane and Pierce Elliott. Frenchy Moe had this message for fans:

“…Best believe if you wanted new age lyrical content that’s exactly what you bouta get go check me out and let me know what y’all think!!!”

Stream Cold Summer Nights

DaReawakening:

JmoefrmdaBAM – You See What’s Goin On

If nothing else, JmoefrmdaBAM has been working and his latest release You See What’s Goin On is evidence.

Nearly an hour of new music from the Early Gang representative, You See What’s Goin On is a combination of original music and JmoefrmdaBAM’s take on a current radio hit. The mixtape kept fans on pins and needles until it’s December 9, it was undoubtedly worth the wait.

While You See What’s Goin On is a solo effort from JmoefrmdaBam he did recruit a few friends to make a good thing great. King Bone, KD Young Cocky and Nino contributed lyrics to the mixtape. Production credits belong to Teezy Too Dope, D Brooks Exclusive and Chop Squad among others.

Though fans had to exercise patience until the mixtape made its debut, JmoefrmdaBAM made the wait worth it, also premiering the visual for his latest single “Hit The Gas.”

Listen to You See What’s Goin On:

Watch “Hit The Gas”: