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Last Night Was Tight

Sometimes you go to a show and its pretty laid back, not real high energy but you stick around have a few drinks or whatever. But then there are shows where you toss em back, break a sweat, jump around, and sing the words to every song… last night was the latter. Casey Veggies brought out Rockie Fresh, Rae Sremmurd brought out a couple bottles and a blunt, and Mano and Holt set the tone all night. Last night was tight.

White Gzus “Stackin N Mackin Vol 2” [Mixtape]


Better than ever, we get the latest release of the Chicago rap-duo, White Gzus [Blanco Caine & Gzus Piece]. Their latest effort “Stackin N Mackin Vol 2” was a no brainer after the stellar debut of the first incarnation of this project’s series. This second edition features Treated Crew brethren Mic Terror, Jon James, as well as an onslaught of phenomenal production from the likes of Mr. E, Cardo, Mike Jaxx, amongst others. All hail White Gzus, in the Black Jesus edition of their cover, pretty clever stuff! In addition, make sure to check out the Chicago Tribune article of White Gzus!

White Gzus “Stackin N Mackin Vol 1” [No DJ Mixtape]


One of Chicago’s most promising duos White Gzus (Blanco Caine & Gzus Piece) drop the NO DJ version to their debut project“Stackin’ N Mackin’ Vol 1”. The project comprises of 16 tracks featuring the likes of Mano, Chris Crack, Sulaiman, Auggie the 9th amongst others.

The Boy Illinois “The Yer Tape” [Mixtape]

The Boy Illinois is gearing up for the release of his next project Point (New Age Colonialism), but today he gives us this new mixtape with 9 new songs from Illi. With no features Illi did this one strictly for the fans, and it will definitely hold the people down while we anticipate Point (New Age Colonialism).


White Gzus “Money Up” [Music Video]

The duo of White Gzus [Blanco Caine & White Gzus] release a more personal and relatable visual to the working classes of America with the video “Money Up”, which captures the grind, responsibility, and priorities one has to keep on check in order to become a more successful individual. The single is off the recently released Stackin N Mackin Vol.1 project by the Chicago duo.