Budda P – Just Do It

After the success of their summer release “Wavy,” Chicago based rap duo Budda P is back with “Just Do It.”

A necessary combination of sexy and savage Budda P is exactly what Chicago’s music scene needs. Clo and Dri leave nothing to be desired individual and are a real life dynamic duo.

The twins dish out a double dose of talent with there latest single “Just Do It.” High energy, but still sexy, “Just Do It” is indicative of Budda P’s style.

Budda P – Just Do It

Don Parious – I’m Just Saying

In anticipation of the release of his debut album Mari Had A Little Lamb, on Valentine’s Day Don Parious premiered his first single, “I’m Just Saying.”

Choosing a lead single for an artist’s first album can be stressful, but it seems as though Don Parious has the formula. “I’m Just Saying” an adequate representation of the rapper’s “lyrical and soulful sound,” it has a catchy hook, and it’s easy to listen to. What more could fans ask for?

Fans could ask for a dope visual to accompany such a single, but Don Parious has that covered as well. The “I’m Just Saying” visual also debuted Thursday. Co-starring the gorgeous Allegra Dayo as Don Parious ‘s companion, “I’m Just Saying” chronicles the couple exploring Chicago while sharing their lives.

While Mari Had A Little Lamb isn’t expected until late March, hopefully “I’m Just Saying” will be enough to hold fans over for a while.

Lil Durk – Chiraqimony

In anticipation of his upcoming album Love Song 4 the Streets 2 Lil Durk debuted “Chiraqimony.”

In Lil Durk’s signature melodic flow, “Chiraqimony” address some of the issue that weigh heavy on the rapper. Sandwiched between his person legal woes and his desire to protect his mother’s feelings, Lil Durk addresses the mysterious death of Chicago teenager Kenneka Jenkins and the fact that he still isn’t allowed to perform in the city he calls home.

If “Chiraqimony” is indicative of what’s to come on Love Song 4 The Streets 2 fans have something to look forward.

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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:

Slitta’s More Red

img_1136Slitta is not playing fair and the year just started. Yesterday, the D1CMG artist debuted his second album More Red.

Still riding a wave from his highly successful August debut, Pink & Red, Slitta is showing no signs of slowing down. More Red is already on target to surpass its predecessor, only serving as evidence that Slitta is only getting better and better.

More Red is an 11 track effort produced nearly in its entirety by 80Apes. Despite falling short of the 30 minute mark, More Red leaves nothing to be desired. Slitta reiterates that street life is multifaceted and gives fans a looks at some of those faces.

Slitta’s versatility, talent, and work ethic are on full display for More Red. Slitta is the only artist to appear on the album. Slitta produced nearly half of the track and mixed and mastered the album himself.

The lead single “Just Like That” is indicative of Slitta’s energy. The video for which debuted four days ago. The follow up single “Dirty Game” is a look at the less glamorized portions of street life. The Englewood Trap Angel appears almost vulnerable in the visual. Alone surrounded by papers strewn about an open bottle of cognac and a computer. The simple yet powerful image accentuates Slitta’s lyrics, allowing fans to focus on what matters most: the music.

More Red