Money Don’t Scare Stax Dollars

After suffering an immeasurable loss, Stax Dollars did not fold. Well equipped with lyricism, a unique sound, and a new guardian angel, last week Stax Dollars debuted his latest visual “Money Don’t Scare Me.”

After losing his brother and fellow lyricist, Lonte, and nearly losing his brother and producer, DrayJordan, no one would blame Stax Dollars from walking away from music altogether. But anyone who knows Stax Dollars knows better and “Money Don’t Scare Me” is proof.

The visual is an obvious memorial to Lonte, but the lyrics are all Stax Dollars. The DrayJordan produced track is a get money anthem. Despite the fact that “Money Don’t Scare Me”‘could easily serve as a hustler’s theme music, it’s about more than money.

#LLL #LongLiveLonte #MTM #MoreThanMoney

Parkay is in the Big League

There’s more than one way to cook up a hit and it sounds like Chicago Parkay has a winning recipe. His latest single “Big League” is a bop.

One third of highly acclaimed rap trio Goon Squad, it only makes sense that Parkay knows how to get the job done. “Big League” combines the production genius of D. Brooks Exclusive, the lyrical genius of Parkay and Ty Money, and the vocal talents of Dano Cashh. Relatable for anyone who has come up and inspiration for those still in grind mode, “Big League” sounds like a celebration.

Big Boss Damo -Hit That Shiddd

It seems Big Boss Damo has made a name for himself with catchy club anthems. His new single “Hit That Shiddd” follows suit.

Big Boss Damo is moving full speed ahead. After a successful event at Structure 147 over the weekend, he debuted his new video “Hit That Shiddd.” Upbeat and energetic, “Hit That Shiddd” will undoubtedly get any party started. The song is a joint effort with GMac and Laje.

Amias Amir’s Big Talk

Anyone who doesn’t know Amias Amir needs to get in tune. The Arizona based lyricist hails from Chicago and brings a level of creativity to hip hop that the game needs desperately.

Aware that he’s different, Amias Amir holds a lane all his own. His unique sounds helps him to stand out in a sea of artists that anyone could get lost in.

Amias Amir’s first single of 2019, “Big Talk,” debuted recently, but it was worth the wait. Mellow in it’s tone, but “Big Talk” is a reminder that Amias Amir May not be a household name, but he has certainly put the work in to be where he is.

The visual is entertaining as well. Amias Amir showed of his acting skills a bit.

Rapcrush

Chicago is full of unique artists, just look at Rapcrush. The 25 year old rapper is in a lane all her own.

Music has always been a part of Rapcrush’s life. Attending studio session with her father made her comfortable in that environment and it wasn’t long before she followed in his footsteps. The poet turned rapper, has music in her DNA and the personality to make it shine.

Fun and flirty, Rapcrush’s style is a reflection of exactly who she is. The chocolate covered rapper puts it all on display in her latest video “Fuck It Up.”

Audrey Valentine’s Say Yes Visual

Summertime Chi is now a thing of the past. Though warmer weather will be missed, those summertime vibes don’t have to be, thanks to Audrey Valentine.

Valentines’s latest visual, “Say Yes,” screams summer in Chicago with beautiful views of the skyline captured in only the ways a Chicagoan could. The video perfect pairing for a song that would make anyone want to fall in love.

Valentine’s incredible vocals matched with early 2000s love song vibes are a hit and Richie Wes adds the icing on the cake. The hip-hop/rnb combination is reminiscent of a simpler time in music.

“Say Yes” look and feel like summer, but it could very well be the catalyst for “Hot Girl Summer” to give way to cuffing season.

Don of CashOverClout – Right Now (Visual)

If fans know nothing about Don of CashOverClout, they know he is never short on creativity. His latest visual “Right Now” is proof of that.

After spending a bit over a year in production, Don of CashOverClout released the first visual from his 1Day1Night EP and it’s epic. An animated masterpiece, “Right Now” is nothing like anything fans have ever seen. The time spent on “Right Now” is apparent.

Despite being a sensory overload, “Right Now” is every gamer’s dream and flawless animation makes it effortless to get lost in the fantasy of it all.