Can Dev Walker Come Over?

If you’ve never heard the phrase “don’t rest on your laurels” let Dev Walker teach you what it means. The multitalented Chicagoan has been putting in work and today he debut his latest video “Come Over” as proof.

It’s been nearly a yearly since the release of Dev Walker’s debut Torn and it’s safe to say the singer/rapper/songwriter has been riding his on wave ever since. Dev Walker has spent the last 11 months releasing singles, recording covers and modeling, with all these accomplishments one would think he’s too busy to do anything else. Of course that isn’t so and as Dev Walker gears up to go to Los Angeles to show B.E.T. what his fans love about him, he took a moment to premier his latest video “Come Over.”

Undeniably sexy, “Come Over” is exclusively for the ladies. What was probably every female fans favorite song on Torn has just become their favorite visual as well seeing as Dev mad sure to let fans know he’s been in the gym. Though it is inevitable his female fans were the target audience for the song, the visual has something for the fellas as well. Dev co-stars alongside the gorgeous Chicago based model and cosmetologist Elliee. The Windy City serves as the perfect backdrop from sexy scenes the way only Dev and Ellie’s could come together to create. And the visual certainly bring the lyrics to life.

Chimeka’s Don’t Do Coke

Anyone in Chicago last night, but not at Subterranean, missed one hell of a show. Chimeka headlined the sold out Don’t Do Coke and it was dope.

The Harvey born artist formerly known as Chin Chilla Meek opened her show by establishing that she was changing the culture, and she did indeed. As the headliner or the show she performed first, encouraging fans to always show up on time and praising the acts to come after her.

While changing the culture, Chimeka took fans on a ride they won’t soon forget. With DJ BMan and a live band, the rapper/singer performed recent and past hits. Chimeka proved that real fans withstand rebranding and Chicago has the littest female rappers ever, when Shawnna joined her on stage. The two performed 2011’s “Fucked Up.”

Chimeka performed four of the six tracks from her most recent EP Cool, including her latest single, “Elevator Music,” which she performed twice. In a nod to incarcerated Harvey rapper Ty Money, the multitalented beauty performed 2016’s “Sibley XVI” and referred to him as the King of Sibley.

Who’s who in the City made up the audience of the self proclaimed unicorn’s sold out show. Don’t Do Coke was proof that hip hop is alive and well in Chicago, artist do support each other and Chicago knows how to come together and have a good time.

Netflix, The Video

What’s Valentine’s Day without a little music? Feel free to thank Chimeka for that. The multitalented performer premiered the video for her single “Netflix” today.

Both sultry and sexy, the song is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The visual comes six months after the single’s release, however it is right on time.

Starring Chimeka, “Netflix” documents what appears to be the perfect romance with a twist. The lyrically apt beauty also shares a scene with a unicorn, but it’s Chimeka what did you expect?

Samcin was the creative genius behind it all and it was captured by the lense of Phil Jordan. It’s safe to say as a pair they captured the rapper, singer, songwriter and unicorn at her best.

Grab a lighter and your lover and check out “Netflix”:

The Black Hole Demo

Indiana native James Otha is an artist to look out for. The artist and producer with an eclectic sound and flow is stealing the attention of hip hop fans and rightfully so.

The self proclaimed nerd and comic book junkie has a knack for word play that seems to be a rarity in a sea of mumble rappers. Though, he raps, James Otha is a fan of jazz, soul and the blues and he appreciation for the music is evident. Often infused in his own music are the influences of other genres.

James Otha debuted his latest project The Black Hole Demo last week. The seven track effort is riddled with witty lyrics and super hero references and colorful combinations of hip hop and other genres. Predominantly used to put James Otha’s talent in the spotlight, The Black Hole Demo only features three other artists: Ridley Victoria, The R.A.M. and Dre Dys.

Check it out:

Corey Ether Gets Petty

Just last week singer/songwriter, rapper and producer Corey Ether debuted the visual for his latest single “Petty.” An ode to childish and outright outlandish behavior, “Petty” is certainly unique.

A joint effort from Corey Ether, UKnowCoby and KelzFreeAgent, “Petty” is more than four and a half minutes of documented bad behavior. The song was produced by Corey Ether and may very well be proof that while talented Corey Ether could use a lesson in moral behavior.

King Samson – Morrisons

Drill rapper King Samson may be known for his dangerous lifestyle, but in 2018 he should be known for his work ethic. Two days into the year the Chicagoan posted his lasted visual “Morrisons” and two days later it’s doing numbers.

Like many of King Samson’s other songs Morrison’s documents his life as an active gang member. The 29 year old rapper teamed up with Rickee Arts for direction credits on the three minute and 45 second video. The visual is fairly standard as far as music videos these days, equipped with the rapper, several of his friends, expensive jewelry and firearms.

Despite, the rather rudimentary theme of the video “Morrisons” has still garnered the support of fans. The video has been watched on YouTube nearly 6,200 times.

Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon

Years in the making, Chris Brown finally released his tenth studio album Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

It has undoubtedly been a long time coming, the 28 year old singer has been releasing singles from Heartbreak on a Full Moon for more than a year. Prior to midnight’s digital release, Chris Brown had already released enough songs to complete an album, but that pails in comparison to 45 tracks that comprise Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

The multitalented Virginia native left nothing to be desired with this album, covering every quintessential Chris Brown sound and adding some new ones. More than two and a half hours long, Chris Brown took the time to remind the world why he is Chris Brown. The feature credits for this album look more like the V.I.P list for a party and the production credits follow suit.

Chris Brown received ten platinum plaques in 2017, exclusive of Heartbreak on a Full Moon and took to social media encouraging his fans to make it debut at number one. Apparently Team Breezy is not to be doubted, as Heartbreak on a Full Moon was number one on ITunes preordered albums and as of this morning, the most downloaded album, beating out Kelly Clarkson.

Heartbreak on a Full Moon is without question Chris Brown’s best and most versatile album yet. It’s available on all media streaming platforms today and hard copies will be available Friday, November 3.

Heartbreak on a Full Moon