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:

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RicosView – Nights Like This

The first snowfall in Chicago inspires a plethora of reactions from the city. While some people’s hearts are filled with glee at the sight of the city’s first dusting, others would rather stay inside with their significant other and a whole lot of hot chocolate. For music fans who would rather do the latter, RicosView has released the soundtrack to your winter weather alternative and calls it Nights Like This.

A ten track offering doing its part to revive RnB, Nights Like This is harmonies and melodies of bass lines and 808 kicks. An effective fusion of hip hop and RnB, Nights Like This is almost reminiscent of some previous Drake efforts.

RicosView gives fans just more than half an hour of his best work yet. With limited features Nights Like This puts RicosView’s talent in the forefront, right where they belong.

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Recklezz Conduct II: B4 Big Recklezz

Over the weekend Rico Recklezz debuted his highly anticipated new project RecklezzConduct II: B4 Big Recklezz.

The sequel to 2012’s Recklezz Conduct, is a 14 track offering of the Chicago native’s very best. The same Rico Recklezz fans have grown to know and love, but better, Big Recklezz reestablishes himself as a pillar in drill rap with this tape. And not a moment too soon as a rival rapper recently debuted his very own diss track aimed at Rico Recklezz.

Recklezz Conduct II is hosted by DJ Cortez and DJ Mil Ticket. Though Rico Recklezz put his own lyrical capabilities, it wasn’t without the assistance of some lyrically skilled associates. Asian Doll, Il Will and KD Da Trappa, were among those who contributed vocal talents to Recklezz Conduct II, while the production list provides credit to Ron Ron The Producer, Llama Kids and DJ Mil Ticket among others.

Recklezz Conduct II

Mz. JQ’s Nothing To Prove Visual

Over the years Mz. JQ has been a whole lot more than a DJ. The pint sized performer is lyricist, poet, activist, athlete, on-air talent and most recently on-screen beauty, as she debuts her first ever visual, “Nothing To Prove.”

The title track from her introductory mixtape, release early this summer, “Nothing To Prove” hasn’t come a moment too soon. The positive single, filmed under natural sunlight just feels right. The Chicagoan puts her own style on display under the direction of NickTheSoul of Soul Visuals.

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