After an epic visual of “Fate” we now get the release of “Your Music”, a project by Ambl Lyrics. The project features the likes of Mick Jenkins, Legit, and various members of the Hip-Hop collaborative ThemPeople.
Legit drops his latest single, a tennis inspired track produced by Dee Lilly known as “BRKF$T At WIMBLEDON”. As for Legit’s forthcoming project “SURPRISE!” that will be dropping in the fall. More on Legit’s latest single below.
In honor of The Championships at Wimbledon that were this morning, I dropped a new song today called “BRKF$T at Wimbledon”, produced by Dee Lilly. This is a record from my ever-coming project SURPRISE! Which i’m aiming to drop in the Fall. The song is themed around tennis, which is one of my random obsessions.
CAKEaters TV and Nick Astro have been doing a freestyle series that has showcased the likes of Saba, Legit, Nick Astro, Auggie the 9th, and ShowYouSuck. The final piece to the series is a cipher that comprises of verses from all contributing members of the series over Nas’ “Thief” instrumental. The series has been a breath of fresh air, bringing together and shedding light on artists that are illustrating why they should be considered the city’s elite emcees. Let us hope for more parts of this series can come to fruition in the future.
CAKEaters TV, founded by Chicago emcee Nick Astro has brought to fruition the “Black Canvas” series, an incredible freestyle series that highlights Chicago artists under the radar. The five part series has highlighted Pivot Gang member Saba, Legit, and LOD members Nick Astro, Auggie The 9th, and ShowYouSuck. The freestyle series has allowed the showcased artists to truly illustrate their lyrical prowess and we hope we can continue to see more of these videos in the future from more artists flying under the radar of our city’s lyrical elite.
Auggie The 9th
Checking in with one of Chicago’s best young lyricists, Legit, he proves why I bestow that title with this slick new freestyle for CakeEatersTV‘s Black Canvas series. The wordplay is off the chain here as Legit goes a capella for a minute and a half, bouncing from imagery of a giraffe to emojis and seemingly everywhere else in between. I was impressed with this one, check it out.