B. Morgan Wants to Know Who You Love

Bronx born r’n’b singer B. Morgan knows that success comes at a cost. After years of making payments, B. Morgan is starting to reap the benefits and is sharing those benefits with the world via his latest release “Who Do You Love.”

The 29 year old teamed up with fellow singer Ronni Allen for a feel good r’n’b sound that the game has been missing. “Who Do You Love” feels like warm weather and positive vibes and the visual only reinforces that.

Losi and The Messiah Conduct A Demonstr8tion

Technically it’s spring and the weather is slowly, but surely, warming up in Chicago. For those who have lost faith in the weather and are looking for a quick way to heat things up, turn to music. The second quarter is in full swing and artists are putting out their best work to date. Losi and The Messiah are no different.

Nothing is better than a successful joint effort with an interesting visual and that’s exactly what “Demonstr8tion” is. “Demonstr8tion was produced by rising star, Slitta of 80Apes and filmed by Marquis Films.

Lyric’s Catch A Girl

Over the weekend singer Lyric debuted the visual for her latest single “Catch A Girl.”

“Catch A Girl” is about how a guy can seem perfect and the moment a girl falls for him, he’s gone with the wind. Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive, “Catch A Girl” unfortunately is a song too many can relate to.

While the lyrics are enough to put any girl in her feelings, the visual makes up for it. Lyric entertains three dates in the same arcade without remorse for any of it.

Ann Marie is Down to Ride

Preparing for tour obviously means going into overdrive for Chicago based songstress Ann Marie. In anticipation of her upcoming tour, the singer debuted her latest visual “Ride For Me.”

The fourth track on Ann Marie’s Tripolar 2, “Ride For Me” is a ballad that everyone can relate to. In just under three and a half minutes, Ann Marie explains that she’s in search of loyalty.

A joint effort with Columbia Records recording artist Yung Bleu, “Ride For Me” could easily be described as a duet. Ann Marie and Yung Bleu compliment each other well.

While Ann Marie and Yung Bleu’s voices compliment each other well their chemistry in the video is undeniable. A hood love story to say the very least, “Ride For Me” is the ultimate tale of love and loyalty.

Chimeka is Above P.A.R.

It’s inevitable that when Chimeka speaks the city listens. An artist whose name has grown to be synonymous with hip hop in Chicago, Chimeka has undoubtedly earned her stripes. While she has earned her stripes there are quite a few artist who haven’t and she addresses them on her latest single “Above P.A.R.”

Spawning from her December release Crazy, “Above P.A.R.” is a no bars held address directed at all the rappers who are all rap and no heart. P.A.R. is an acronym for Poor Ass Rappers. A reminder of exactly why when Chimeka speaks the world should listen, “Above P.A.R.” is Chimeka at her lyrical best.

The attack on rappers who don’t live up to their hype or the hype they think they deserve certainly shouldn’t be a surprise coming from Chimeka. The outspoken entertainer has personality for days and the talent to back up any claims she makes. The “Above P.A.R.” video directed by Lakeshorehy is evident of both.

The “Above P.A.R.” visual debuted on March 7 at Don’t Do Coke’s Pizza And A Movie 2 event. The visual, while simple, exemplifies exactly why fans love Chimeka. The entertainer’s personality takes the forefront in the dominating performance scenes. Undoubtedly amusing, the video doesn’t overshadow the song and every shot fired was landed and fatal for substandard rappers.

The Messiah has Passion

There is much to be said about someone who pursues their passion no matter where it takes them. Which means there is much to said about The Messiah. Passion is something he knows quite a bit about and today he released the visual for his single bearing the same name.

The introduction for The Messiah’s latest mixtape Mo Mo, “Passion” is an ode to his career. Rapping since he was 12, The Messiah made a career choice and an early age. “Passion” reiterates the difference between the Messiah and many other rappers.

The Messiah proclaims his love and dedication to music with “Passion,” as well as his disapproval for entertainers who make music for the fame. It’s easy to understand why The Messiah would be offended by rappers who don’t take the craft seriously. “I’m damn near living my dream,” admits the rapper.

More than a decade, hundreds of songs, and millions of streams later The Messiah is still passionate about his craft.

Catching Up with Illi

Easily one of the hardest working men in show business, Illi has been a very busy entertainer. Earlier this month he released his 7750 EP and yesterday debuted his “Footwork” visual.

Anyone who is familiar with Illi knows he doesn’t do anything unintentionally and the release 7750 is undoubtedly no exception. Named for his grandparents address, where he spent a large portion of his childhood, 7750 is a dedication to his grandfather.

The five track effort was produce in its entirety by RelElite Socool and it is everything about Illi fans know and love. Educational, entertaining and fun, Illi successfully connects what makes him a man to what makes him a superstar with 7750.

Yesterday, Illi blessed the world with more creative genius via his “Footwork” visual. The last video from his 2017 release Windy, “Footwork” is simple but perfect. The HearonTrackz foundation seemed to be made complete by Illi’s unparalleled storytelling until Djedi added some footwork of his own.

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