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.

Vo Shows the World His Crown

It’s safe to say if you’re a hip-hop fan and a social media user you know Vo, the lyricist in his car. Last night the rapper stepped out of his car and into Chicago’s Society 2201 night club to celebrate the release of his album Crown.

The celebration brought out a list of who’s who in the city and rightfully so. Crown is 12 tracks of what the music industry has been missing. A far cry from what’s mainstream Vo’s sound is not only specifically hip-hop, it’s specific to Vo. The lyricist covers a range of topics over beats that all sound different. And it’s probably not so unfortunate that there won’t be any dances spawning from any of the songs on Crown, but it’s almost a guarantee that there will be plenty of lyric quoting.

No gimmicks necessary Crown is proof that Vo’s lyricism stands on its own. Vo already had the respect of the city and the feature list on Crown is evidence of that. Twista, John Blu and Nia Kay are just a few of the well known artists lending their talents to Crown.

Nearly 45 minutes of positivity and real hip hop, Crown is undoubtedly a must listen and Vo is a name music lovers wont soon forget.

Vo – Crown

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.

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.

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.

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Twista Gets Disrespectful

Last month Twista made history when he dropped his 10th studio album Crook County. Yesterday, the Chicagoan reminded the world why he’s still pertinent after 20 plus years in the industry with his new single “Disrespectful.”

The stuff nightmares are made of, “Disrespectful,” is Twista’s very own three minute horror movie. The lyrical legend wields a machete and impersonates Jason Voorhees and that’s only the first verse. Twista puts a dead up and coming Chicago rapper, Kevin Kelly, in a grocery cart and tortures model Abigail Solis.

Dead and bloodied rappers and models seems like an awful image for a video, but the always a rhyme and reason when it comes to rappers. The dark images are befitting of the gory lyrics and horror movie references in the song.

Watch Disrespectful.

Hip Hop Celebrates Cinco de Money 3

Hip hip fans in Chicago celebrated Cinco de Mayo in a rather unique way. Rapper Ty Money debuted the third installment of his Cinco de Money series. 

The 12 track effort is homegrown, but establishes Ty Money as a global artist. Not only is Cinco de Money 3 lyrically impressive, the 29 year old suburbanite recruited a team of some of Chicago’s most noteable producers to create a sound that undeniably defines the Harvey native. Hearon Trackz, NovaCane and Chase Davis all lent production to one track each on Cinco de Money 3. Ty Money teamed up with RioMac to get under the Future/Metro Boomin’ act, the producer has four credits on the mixtape.

The lyricism on Cinco de Mayo 3 was certainly a Chicago affair, as well. “Yes or No” features Chicago legend Bump J who is newly released from prison. Another feature comes from Chimeka also known as ChinChillaMeek. Though not exactly a feature Twista appears on the mixtape as well. An interlude in which the hip hop legend compares Ty Money to Slick Rick is used as an interlude.

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