BoDi Deeder Has Trap Money Crack Money

Money is a necessity in this day and age and BoDi Deeder knows that well. His latest single “Trap Money Crack Money” is evidence and the visual is in line with that.

Simple in concept but heavy on effects, the “Trap Money Crack Money” video is a Clark FX original. Expensive cars, pretty women and close friends is “Trap Money Crack Money” in a nutshell. But it’s a BoDi Deeder visual so it’s certainly not that simple.

Hemi engines and strippers and a few of Chicago’s most notable artists is more like it. BoDi Deeder delivers lyrics about getting money in whatever your preferred method is, because quite frankly either you have it or you don’t. His entourage includes living legend Twista and Chicago Clout God Sunny Woodz, as well as a few of BoDi Deeder’s day ones Chase Chill and Stax Dollars.

Produced by Fatality of 80 Apes, “Trap Money Crack Money is the first single from BoDi Deeder’s upcoming EP Trap Fever.

Sunny Woodz is Headed to Paradise

Sunny Woodz has an affinity to perfect timing. As college students near and far flock to sand and sunshine, the Chicagoland native presents his latest release “Paradise.”

Though Chicago is having a hard time escaping the winter, Sunny Woodz and a few of his friends are taking fans on a mental vacation. Production was a tandem effort from Zen Zan Beats and YF Beatz. Chimera, Twista and Kembe X contributed lyrics to “Paradise.”

A three minute reminder that with good music, the right attitude, and a little weed smoke you can go anywhere in your mind.

Chimeka – Cool

After much anticipation and a private live experience, Chimeka delivered the first EP of a three part saga entitled Cool.

Just shy of 20 minutes long, Cool highlights the more laidback side of the Harvey native. A compilation of easy going track coving a range of topics from love and relationships to being a stoner, Cool undoubted proof that Chimeka is starting the year on the right foot.

Despite the self-proclaimed unicorn’s multiple talents, Cool still features the talents of some other well known Chicagoans. The Boy Illinois joins the beauty for a trip down memory lane on the song “90’s Love.” “Elevator Music” is a stoner anthem and joint effort between Chimeka and quite possibly the highest guy in Chicago, Sunny Woodz. Novacane and YF Beats were also sound those who lent production to the EP.

As Chimeka fans rejoice, new fans are certainly in the making behind the release of Cool. The anticipation for the rest of the trilogy has just gone through the roof.

Sunny Woodz Invites Fans to a Kickback

Finally, it’s autumn and that means pool parties have been traded for bond fires and kickbacks. Though summertime soirées have given way to more indoor shindigs one thing remains necessary and that’s a soundtrack. Leave it to Sunny Woodz to be the mastermind behind the new kickback anthem.

Sunny Woodz recruited Clark Airlines, Ohana Bam and Twista, for a laidback sound sure to fill the negative space of any get together. The track has a kind of slow burn befitting of Hennessy and Backwoods. Zen Zan holds the production credit for this song.

Listen now:

Sunny Woodz & Chimeka Join Forces For Elevator One

Sunny Woodz and Chimeka on the same song is a match made in stoner heaven. The pair of Harvey natives teamed up to release “Elevator One.”

Laid back and smoke themed, “Elevtor One” is nothing short of what is to be expected from the two. Chimeka, the self-proclaimed unicorn, lent both lyrical storytelling and vocals to the track. So relaxed, one could almost get high just listening, “Elevator One” was produced by none other than Zen Zan Beats.

Chimeka channels Sunny Woodz’s vibe so well, it raises some questions: could Sunny Woodz and Chimeka be the dynamic duo Chicago music needs? Does the pair have more music coming? Why is Chimeka a unicorn? Does Sunny Woodz really get everybody way too high?

Find out in another post, in the meantime listen to “Elevator One:”

Sunny Woodz – Come to Me

Late night rides on Lake Shore Drive, anyone? Every Chicagoan knows the necessity of those late night rides and the Windy City’s clout God just delivered the perfect soundtrack for them: “Come To Me.”

Three minutes and fortyfive seconds of Adam Ness’s vocals of a ZenZan beat proves yet again that nobody has an ear for music quite like Sunny Woodz. A tale of weed smoke, sex and loyalty, “Come To Me” is certainly something for the ladies. 

Sunny Woodz took to Twitter today announcing the single’s debut. He tweeted:

Got sum smooth shit with @iamadamness & @zenzanbeats I wanna drop today”

The tweet also included the graphics for the single and it took no time for Adam Ness to co-sign.

Listen to “Come To Me” now on SoundCloud:

Sunny Woodz – Underdog

It’s pretty safe to say no one has an ear for music quite like Sunny Woodz. The kid from Harvey is now the man in Chicago and his latest release, “Underdog”,” is evident of that.

Produced by ZenZan, who has laid the groundwork for a number of Sunny Woodz’s songs, “Underdog” opens with a collective of brass and woodwind instruments and it sounds like triump. UG Wavy contributed the hook. The lyricist and producer lends a level a positivity to the song that translates to motivation. Joseph Chilliams added wordplay and punchlines that continuously remind listeners not only is the rapper a lyrical force to be reckoned with, but he’s so Chicago. Femdot comes in as the perfect closer. The rapper recently turned actor, but let everyone know where his roots are with the solid verse. 

In preparation for the release of his highly anticipated project Sunny Side Up 2, Sunny Woodz created a three headed monster. If they weren’t before, after hearing this song everyone will be cheering for the “Underdog”.