Here’s a video from the homie Nutso off the I Plead the 5th FreeEP he dropped along with 5th Seal. Check it out.
Chitown emcee F.Stokes drops the second single off his upcoming Fearless Beauty project, slated to drop June 17th. Check it out.
Today DJBooth premieres the new single “1954″ from Chicago-bred rapper F.Stokes, and like many of the tracks from his upcoming album Fearless Beauty, to be released June 17th, the song is both a personal reflection on his family’s history and a wider political commentary on the collective experience of his community. “I wanted to capture the spirit of the Negro Migration between 1940 and 1970,” F.Stokes begins, speaking on his main inspirations for the track. “My Godfather and my family history was my inspiration. My family like many many Negro families in Northern cities often struggle with identifying with our culture beyond the move…values and traditions were lost in the process of trying to make a decent living.
Here’s a cut off Tha Soloist’s Honest Hemingway album dropping in the near future and premiering right here on the blog. Look out for that. Check it out.
Real nice joint from Glows In The Dark. Check it out.
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One of the stand-out tracks from The Militia & Curtessy’s Look What The Streets Made EP, featuring the homie Awkword. Check it out.