Nearly three years after its predecessor and a week later than expected SUNNYWOODZROLLUP has finally arrived.

The last two weeks are evident that Sunny Woodz is the hardest working man in Chicago. On November 19, the engineer, songwriter, and creative genius hosted a private kickback that doubled as the listening party for SUNNYWOODZROLLUP. The mixtape was scheduled to to make its debut the following Friday, November 23, just in time for Sunny Woodz to headline his first concert. Instead, he went back to the studio and the result is debatably perfection.

At just less than 28 minutes, SUNNYWOODZROLLUP is 12 tracks of greatness. The mixtape is a guide to the dopest artists throughout the Chicagoland area brought together the way only Sunny Woodz could. SUNNYWOODZROLLUP opens with Solo The Dweeb, who sets the vibe for the tape. From there artists from all over the city remind fans as to why they remain patient with Sunny Woodz and his missed deadlines. Bandland Zz, Chimeka, Slitta, and Messiah are just a few of the artists who contributed their talents t9 this effort. SUNNYWOODZROLLUP then closes with a feature from YP.

The easiest way to describe SUNNYWOODZROLLUP is to call it a vibe. The mixtape is creative culmination of the versatility of Chicago based artists conveniently packaged for the listening pleasure of fans.

The Boy Illinois’ 90/94 Freestyle

The Boy Illinois is a busy bee these days. The lyricist is preparing to headline his first show since the debut of his latest effort Windy, he just announced that he’ll be performing with Jay Electronica on February 1 and yesterday he premiered his latest visual, “90/94 Freestyle.”

Yet another reminder that Illi is never too busy to represent the city he calls home “90/94 Freestyle” was filmed, in part, in a car on the expressway. The joint effort with fellow Chicagoan YP (aka Backwood Jones) feels a lot like theme music.

The Boy Illinois Introduces Windy

Today, Chicago native and Priority Records recording artist The Boy Illinois premiered his latest offering Windy.

Though the rapper recently celebrated making Priority Records his musical home, Windy was released under the Born Leaders imprint. The nine track effort is just shy of half an hour long, but it’s a whole ode to the city Illi calls home.

Windy not only features some of The Boy Illinois’ best work, but some work from some other notable Chicagoans as well. Saba, YP and Rico Recklezz are among Windy’s features.

Stream Windy now:

BackWood Jones Presents Blind Alley

Today, BackWood Jones blessed the world with his latest offering, Blind Alley, a four track joint effort with none other than Hearon Tracks.

Also known as YP, BackWood Jones took to Instagram Tuesday to announce the release of the EP and bragged that he and Hearon Tracks completed the project in 48 hours. His second release of the year, BackWood Jones is obviously on a roll and has made it clear that the rest of could using our time to be a bit more productive.

Listen to Blind Alley now.