Queen Key Debuts EMP

For six weeks, Queen Key has had her fans up in arms as they waited for the debut of her album Eat My Pussy.

At midnight, Chicago’s own Queen Key debuted Eat My Pussy. The seven track effort is nothing short of what Keypers would expect from their queen. Eat My Pussy is 21 minutes of Queen Key’s particular brand of girl power, which she refers to as queen shit, including the single “My Way.”

Four of the seven songs feature other artist and all of them have roots in Chicago, except Cuban Doll. Dreezy, Tink and King Louie lent their talents to Eat My Pussy, making the effort complete. At least that’s what fans thought.

Queen Key sent the Keypers into a tailspin by taking to Instagram to announce that the version of Eat My Pussy released at midnight was only the beginning. The seven songs Keypers are sure to know word for word by sundown isn’t quite half of the albums. Fans have more waiting to do as Queen Key also announced she plans to release more music on June 28.

Eat My Pussy

Queen Key – Slide Remix

Queen Key fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Today, the Chicagoan debuted the video for her remix to FBG Duck’s hit “Slide.”

With plenty of notoriety from the release of the original, it was only right that Queen Key make her own rendition of “Slide.” Now after a week of teasers and getting fans hopes up, the visual has finally arrived.

In typical Queen Key fashion, “Slide” mixed hard core lyrics with a whole lot of girl power. The dimpled beauty’s own brand of feminism shines through as she celebrates surrounded by women and the one and only Chance The Rapper.

Hearon Trackz’s Seven 7: Godz

What better way to go into 2018 than with a compilation album produced in its entirety by Chicago native Hearon Trackz? Seven 7: Godz is a culmination of some of Chicago’s most notable artists doing what they do best over groundwork laid by the super producer and frankly it should make Chicagoans proud.

During an era of hip hop in which everything sounds familiar, Seven 7 is what music fans are looking for. The album offers the versatility of more than 20 Chicago based artists and despite every track being the product of Hearon Trackz, no two sound alike.

Chicago hip hop icons and new comers contribute to Seven 7 being an album with something for everyone. Never before heard tracks, previously released music and collaborations that could only come to fruition over Hearon Trackz beats is the only way to sum up Seven 7.

Seven 7 is evidence that the only thing colder than the winter in Chicago is the music. Shawnna, Queen Key and Lucci Vee make it crystal clear than talent shows no gender preference delivering lyricism that undoubtedly rivals their male counterparts. Ty Money, King Louie, Rockir Fresh and a host of others contribute lyricism, while Slitta lends smooth vocals and Chairman Fred Hampton Jr imparts words of wisdom to what will certainly become the soundtrack for the city.

Queen Key- Your Highness 2

At 4:20pm on 4/20 Queen Key released her latest project Your Highness 2. The title is a pun that’s expected from a rapper on 4/20, but Your Highness 2 is anything but predictable.

Queen Key delivers 20 tracks of her best lyricism and three skits. The 21 year-old rapper teamed up with an array of the most talented producers in Chicago including Hearon Tracks and LeekeLeek to create a mixtape that won’t soon be forgotten.

Your Highness 2 is combination of some Queen Key originals and the Chicagoan’s spin on some other very popular songs. Hosted by DJ Mil Ticket and DJ University, the mixtape is a whole lot of getting money, girl power and “Queen Shit.”

Check it out: Your Highness 2