Richie Wess contracts a guest feature from the likes of OG Maco. In doing so, the pair offer up their own rendition of the 1970 classic hit from Edwin Starr, “War”. In conjunction with Chicago music platform Elevator, the collective are pleased to present the visual drop to back the single. Dope set lighting adds an artistic edge to things while the jeep scene invokes memories of the intro found on the movie, “New Jack City”. Get in tuned to the video below.
Known for his official debut album “Dinner With My Enemies”, Scottdale emcee/producer Izzy Strange debuts the explosive “At Home” featuring California’s own, Blu. Nate Fox of Chance The Rapper’s Social Experiment fame handles the vividly produced instrumental that finds both artists trading bars among each other. The overall production is quite exquisite and marks the third consecutive collab release from the Beasley’s Corner Bodega representative.
Strange has been very busy this year. Lining up performances nationwide, he’s also announced two upcoming projects. One being a mixtape titled “Stranger Than Fiction” featuring “At Home”, “Fall Back” and “Rapper Say The Darnedest Things” among other previously released material. Then, his full length sophomore project “A Good Day 2 B The Bad Guy” will follow. While awaiting those to drop, listen to the Hip Hop sounds of “At Home” below.
The Dirty 6 Thirty follow up their prior release “100” with the synth heavy sounds of “Shawty Duwop”. The release is also the lead off single to their forthcoming “BUCK” album. For this production, Chris Hasty and Damien Prophet are all work and no play over the club friendly instrumental crafted by in house producer, 905 Productions. The pair of cousins flex some tough bars, offering up a “get lit” weekend hit sure to have you lining up shots to kick off the pregame. Listen and purchase “Shawty Duwop” from the Illinois crew below.