Chicago emcee ProbCause returns with his latest project “Drifters”. The project features Angel Davenport, Pivot Gang’s Saba, The O’My’s, Twista, amongst others. This is Prob’s latest solo project following the releases of Waves and his ZRO Fox project with Psalm One. If there is something we can take away from ProbCause’s music is that he has been crafting a cohesive sound from beginning to end and continues to do so in this latest release as we join him for the ride and drift away.
Chicago producer Drew Mantia is on to something great with his newest project “Feel Good Music” which features the likes of ProbCause, The O’My’s, Psalm One, amongst others.
119 Productions & The FDC bring us “The Chicago Sight N’ Sound” mixtape. The two part project features the best and brightest the city has to offer. The project offers a platform to some of the city’s best artists to work in unison and be featured in one compilation project as it features the likes of Chris Crack, Saba, The O’My’s, Lucki Ecks, Dally Auston, Mick Jenkins, Psalm One, Jarred AG, Hurt Everybody, Noname Gypsy, amongst others. This project gives you so many different sounds and vibes from artists all over the city and does not disappoint to showcase the greatness each and every single artist has to offer. Press play and vibe out below.
Chicago soulful collective The O’My’s has a 4-track EP for free for ya today and it’s about Keeping The Faith. I use the word soulful emphatically as the live instrumentation and vocals probably bring you back to some feel-good, or even blues, joints of years past. I’m riding with all 4 of these records and love how it ends on “Forward”, which is about moving the direction the song title indicates. Tune in and vibe out below. Then download at theomysband.com.
Produced by The O’My’s. Recorded at RaxTrax Studio & New Deal Studio. Mixed by Jonathan Keller & Matt Hennessy. Mastered by Doug McBride. Artwork by Nick Hennessey & Rene Marban. Violin by Macie Stewart. Additional vocals by Kiara Lanier.
ICYMI: “Pieces” [Music Video]
Following up the single release in recent weeks comes the video from Chicago collective The O’My’s, a longtime favorite of many here at the Gowhere staff, for “Pieces”. The dark lighting and psychedelic colors and mood match that of the song, which was different in the first place from much of O’My’s catalogue. Great to see the progression and now a visual that’s just as engaging. Directed by Tom Vin & Jay Caves off the upcoming EP, Keeping The Faith