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.

Chimeka – Look Alive Remix

Yesterday, Chimeka took to Instagram to announce she’d be releasing new content and today she delivered. Her latest release is a remix to BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive.”

Throwing money, eating weed out of a cereal bowl and dancing with her dog like a boss, Chimeka reminds the world that in a city full of male rappers females still hold their own. The Harvey born beauty stars in her latest video as her alter ego Murda Meek and leaves nothing to be desired.

Chimeka’s “Look Alive” remix was the perfect opportunity for the multitalented artist to establish her lyrical dominance and she did just that. So much more than a pretty face, Chimeka is a musical force to be reckoned with and if “Look Alive” is any indication of what the rest of 2018 holds her fans are in for a treat.

New Ara’s No Spark

On the off chance anyone was concerned about Chicago running out of creativity, I present to you New Ara.

Far from a new comer to the music scene, New Ara is rather quickly approaching veteran status. The 25 year-old has been making waves since he was a teenager and his latest release is in line with that.

The visual for his latest single “No Spark,” premiered on Valentine’s Day. Almost as eclectic as New Ara himself, the video is creative combination of lighting and color. Effective in highlighting the song’s lyrics, the video is the creative genius of Ugly Ass Trapper. “No Spark” was produced by YF Beatz.

Da Deputy – It’s Okay

Just last week, Fort Worth, Texas rapper Da Deputy premiered the video for his single “It’s Okay.”

Spawning from his 2017 album Bear You Soul, “It’s Okay,” is the LP’s first visual. Featuring Jaeson Green and directed by French Montana’s creative director Stack Moses, “It’s Okay” is moving and relatable.

Through “It’s Okay” Da Deputy gives fans a look inside his personal life. Heartfelt lyrics about how he isn’t available enough to his family and his drive to succeed makes him feel selfish remind fans that lyrical aptitude makes performers no different from anyone else.

Overwhelming CCGmix

Over the weekend Chicago-based lyricist Hunnid debuted his first video of 2018, “Overwhelming CCGmix.”

The CCGmix, is Hunnid’s very own remix to Matt OX 2017 viral hit “Overwhelming.” Though he hails from the Windy City and the songs originator is from Philadelphia, Hunnid chose to use New York for his backdrop. It appears his fans could not careless where to video was filmed, as it has been viewed more than 5,400 times since it made its debut on Friday.

Dave East’s Paranoia 2 Tour

Over night, Dave East gave fans in Chicago an experience they won’t soon forget. His Paranoia 2 Tour made its way into the Windy City and left a little bit of Harlem for fans to remember him by.

The athlete turned rapper hosted a private listening party and pop up shop before making his way to Joe’s on Weed Street. Paranoia 2 Tour merchandise was available and East took the time to posed for pictures with fans while listening to his latest release Paranoia 2.

His performance at Joe’s was preceded by that of Chicago native and G.O.O.D Music artist Valee. Joined on stage by a host of who’s who from Chicago including socialite and entrepreneur CocoLoso, producer Pressure and branding and media genius NayR. Valee got the crowd rocking and that energy carried over into Dave East’s performance.

Immediately, before East took the stage several artists he co-signs had their opportunity to make a fan in Chicago, but nothing was comparable to what fans came there for. Photographers lined the stage as the six foot five inch rapper, dressed in Gucci, performed several songs from his last for mixtapes. As East bopped across stage, often accompanied by a bottle of champagne or a blunt the Harlem native performed for his fans and his fans performed for him.

Outwardly pleased by the love shown by a city with a reputation for it’s cold behavior, Dave East continuously expressed his love and appreciation for fans in the city. Afterwards the New York representative hosted a meet and greet where he smoked and posed for pictures.

As the tour rolls on, fans in remaining cities have much to look forward to as East does not disappoint.

Snoop Dogg, Jacquees & Dreezy are Everything

It is certainly no secret that Snoop Dogg is multifaceted, but just in case there was ever any doubt he has a brand new single entitled “Everything.”

Hip hop’s Big Boss Dogg teamed up with two of hip hop and rnb’s current favorites, Jacquees and Dreezy for his latest. Though, Snoop Dogg is old enough to have patented the both of them. The collaboration leaves nothing to be desired. Classic Snoop Dogg flow, Jacquees’ soulful vocals and Dreezy’s style come together perfectly for a love song the way only the three of them could make.

Listen to Everything.