Glo Gang’s Ballout drops “2K19” video

Chicago’s Ballout  has been a steady force on the scene, releasing Can’t Ban Da Glo Man (2017) and Glo Glacier (2018) and he is now back with a new project, T.I., which is now available. T.I. features appearances from Omelly, Jay Critch and fellow Glo Gang favorites Tadoe and Chief Keef who appears on three tracks and even chips in on…

Music: IICON – “Act Like That”

Up and coming Chicago artist, currently residing in Atlanta, GA, IICON, delivers one of his first official releases titled, “Act Like That.” Also known as DJ Illinois, the versatile artist makes a smooth transition into rap and poetry as he delivers this double-entendre about love and relationships.  Starting off the first verse slow to emulate the…

Geedomane releases Afraid” video

Chicago artist Geedomane presents the Tusk-directed music video for “Afraid”, the lead single from his debut EP Vanquish. Beginning his musical journey on the bass guitar before expanding his skill set to electric guitar, beat production and rapping, Geedomane wrote, recorded, performed, mixed, mastered, and produced_Vanquish_ entirely alone. Geedomane is also an accomplished photographer (website). “‘Afraid’…

Music: Teddie Cain – “Fuck These Niggas”

Rhythm and Gangsta Music [RGM]  presents Chicago native, Teddie Cain, with his newest single, “Fuck These Niggas.” The new joint is a certified club banger with its relatable catchy lyrics, and it’s hard-hitting production. Check out, “Fuck These Niggas,” below and more music from Teddie Cain via SoundCloud. Twitter:  @TeddieCainJr

Video: Teddie Cain – “Intro (Tic Toc)”

The streets hottest R&B rising hype, Teddie Cain, drops a brand new visual for his latest cut, “Intro (Tic Toc).” The Chi-Town artist is definitely taking the music industry by storm, not to mention, this clip has gained over a million views and counting. Watch the official video below, and make sure to listen to…

Jah – Minute Maid

Jah is an acronym for Just Aim High. The eighteen year old was born and raised on the south side of Chicago. Although he has experience violence growing up in the Englewood area he never let it affect his vibe. His outbreak song, “Hold Up I Got You”, got him noticed on one of Chicago’s…