YDot GDot – Why They Mad

Resilience is defined as the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. YDot GDot started 2020 by earning the right to be called resilient. After the very unexpected passing of his best friend, AD, YDot is working double time and doing everything in AD’s memory; including releasing his new visual “Why They Mad.”

YDot GDot has been Chicago’s Favorite Nerd for years. As an entertainer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist YDot has undeniably made a name for himself. Despite all of his positive initiatives there are always haters, however YDot puts the world on notice that he’s aware and he knows why.

“Why They Mad” is an anthem for everyone who’s on their A-game and knows it. It has been said that you’ll never been ridiculed by someone doing more than you. With that in mind, YDot GDot is likely to have haters forever. As one of the hardest working men in Chicago, it will remain taskful to find anyone doing more than YDot and that must be why they mad.

New Ara Pours a Lil

It was no secret that super creative New Ara has every intention to start 2020 with his foot on the gas. After wrapping up one hell of a 2019 with new music, ad placements, and television appearances, it just makes sense that New Ara would maintain that momentum. He’s done just that starting the year with the debut of his latest single “Pour A Lil.”

“Pour A Lil” is an ode to a failed relationship. A practice often done in memoriam of deceased loved ones, New Ara pours out liquor to signify that any hope there once was for the relationship is lost. Produced by Sunny Woodz and YF BEATZ, “Pour A Lil” is yet another notch on New Agra’s creative belt, as it is sure to be a hit.

The visual was filmed by Shot by Tyler Banks and is out now.

Co Money and Mark Lark are Team Lark

As the new year rapidly approaches music new comer Co Money has a lot to celebrate. After introducing the world to a version of himself with his first mixtape The Reinvention earlier in 2019, Co Money joined forces with his brother Mark Lark for Team Lark, officially released last Wednesday.

Cleverly named after Co Money and Mark Lark, Team Lark is comprised of six tracks. While the songs cover an array of subjects, the title of every song is related to Co Money’s first love: basketball. According to him, every athlete wants to be a rapper an vice versa. He and Mark Lark have had the opportunity to do both as well as be involved in street life. When asked to describe this mixtape Co Money said, “Team Lark is a metaphor. Me and my brother in this dynamic duo EP is basically the concept of the hustle; the art of streets mixed in with basketball.”

“I Can’t Wait” is the lead single from Team Lark and the video is out now.

Rudeboi Moneybagz Wants It All or Nothing

For an artist, there are very few ways to celebrate your birthday better than debuting new music. Just ask Rudeboi Moneybagz. Following a highly successful listening party and his birthday, he gave the world All or Nothing.

All or Nothing can safely be described as versatile street music. Regardless of if you’re rapping, trapping, or working a nine to five, All or Nothing has something you can appreciate. The 16 track effort leaves nothing to be desired.

Rudeboi Moneybagz put his talent in the spotlight, but not without the assistance of some equally talented friends. JmoefrmdaBAM, Mack, and Baddie C are among those who lent lyrics to All or Nothing.

Over the weekend, Rudeboi Moneybagz stepped his game up even further premiering the visual for his latest single “Pressure” featuring Kd Young Cocky.

All or Nothing

Don of CashOverClout & Ace Da Vinci – 365

Don of CashOverClout is keeping the ball rolling. After giving the world an animated masterpiece, Don of CashOverClout debuted his latest: “365.”

Don of CashOverClout teamed up with Ace Da Vinci again for what very well may be the kickback theme song of the season. “365” is certainly an easy listen. Don’s mello flow is near perfection and Ace Da Vinci is the icing on the cake.

The dynamic duo delivered a video just as smooth as the song. The visual features women, weed, and Snoopy and was captured by Ryder Visuals.

Money Don’t Scare Stax Dollars

After suffering an immeasurable loss, Stax Dollars did not fold. Well equipped with lyricism, a unique sound, and a new guardian angel, last week Stax Dollars debuted his latest visual “Money Don’t Scare Me.”

After losing his brother and fellow lyricist, Lonte, and nearly losing his brother and producer, DrayJordan, no one would blame Stax Dollars from walking away from music altogether. But anyone who knows Stax Dollars knows better and “Money Don’t Scare Me” is proof.

The visual is an obvious memorial to Lonte, but the lyrics are all Stax Dollars. The DrayJordan produced track is a get money anthem. Despite the fact that “Money Don’t Scare Me”‘could easily serve as a hustler’s theme music, it’s about more than money.

#LLL #LongLiveLonte #MTM #MoreThanMoney

Parkay is in the Big League

There’s more than one way to cook up a hit and it sounds like Chicago Parkay has a winning recipe. His latest single “Big League” is a bop.

One third of highly acclaimed rap trio Goon Squad, it only makes sense that Parkay knows how to get the job done. “Big League” combines the production genius of D. Brooks Exclusive, the lyrical genius of Parkay and Ty Money, and the vocal talents of Dano Cashh. Relatable for anyone who has come up and inspiration for those still in grind mode, “Big League” sounds like a celebration.