G. Mitch Knows Girls Need Love

Summer Walker made waves in 2018 with the smash “Girls Need Love.” G. Mitch is starting 2019 riding those very waves with his soulful remix to “Girls Need Love.”

“Girls Need Love” was undoubtedly one of the biggest songs of the summer and though summer days are long gone, G. Mitch’s “Girls Need Love” provides just as much heat. G. Mitch’s uniquely soulful sound puts a spin on the song anyone could appreciate.

A bit longer than the original G. Mitch’s “Girls Need Love” is even a bit different. While G. Mitch took the liberty of rewriting the lyrics he certainly didn’t lose any of the song’s integrity.

Phor’s Chi Town Remix

Phor made waves as a tattoo artist at Chicago’s famed 9 Mag Tattoo on the ever popular Black Ink Crew Chicago tv show. Utilizing his platform to take his music to the next level, over the summer Phor released “Chi Town.” Today, the city was abuzz as Phor continued to show Chicago well deserved love by premiering the remix to the summer smash.

Making it’s debut today during DJ Pharris’s 5pm mix, “Chi Town” Remix is an ode to the Windy City unlike any other. Phor recruited Lil Durk, Bump J and Twista for an all star line up representative of the city he calls home.

600Breezy’s Free Smoke Remix

A week after his feature on Drake’s More Life playlist, 600Breezy has turned his appearance into a full blown remix.

The Chicago native didn’t rap on More Life, but can be heard speaking just before the conclusion of “Lose You.” Propelled by his new platform 600Breezy took to SoundCloud debuting his own remix of “Free Smoke.” The Windy City rapper donated just short of three minutes of lyrics only the way 600Breezy can.

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Common Makes America Black Again

Common made history November 4th, by releasing his 11th studio album Black America Again. Monday, the hip hop icon took the social media to announce the debut of the remix to the title track.

The original “Black America Again” features music legend Stevie Wonder, however the second time around he took a more modern approach calling on fellow rappers Gucci Mane and Pusha T and another Chicago native, singer, BJ The Chicago Kid. Each giving their take on being black in America. 

The diversity delivered in the four minute track is just what hip hop needs, today. Taking time to reference several of the black people who have lost their lives to police in recent years, though positive, “Black America Again (Remix)” is a big heavy.

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