Illinois native and Tennessee resident, Ren of the Co-Pilots provides some perspective on his new project. Titling the release I Really Did Take It This Far is fitting based on it’s overall tone and feel. Keeping it concise with 9 tracks including standouts “Kings and Queens” and “Or What” with The Co-Pilots compadre Money Green. Exemplifying both lyrical and Black excellence, Ren has no plans of ever falling off.
Keep your eyes open as the project will make it’s way to all of your favorite digital retailers in the coming weeks.
Keeping up with Cornbread217 is becoming a bit of a challenge as the emcee/producer/songwriter continues to produce new content. “Craxploitation” serves are the new single from one of the Midwest’s best. The single serves as just a teaser for what Bread has cooking in 2019.
This single is available for streaming or purchase on all of your favorite digital retailers and streaming services.
City has been quietly building his catalog and building his profile as a respected recording artist. Using 2018 to continue his Lost In The Muzic mixtape series he has no plans of letting up in 2019. Not mincing a single word, City puts everyone on notice with his latest single and Visual Paradise directed video “Tell Em Right”. With the release of Lost In The Muzic 3 fast approaching the Illinois based emcee is setting the tone for what the fans can expect to hear when they get lost in the music.
2.20, pronounced Two point Twenty holds it down for the Mob City Ent. fam on Before It’s Too Late. Sporting 14 tracks and only a single feature 2.20 shows his versatility as the project builds. Taking on some popular beats as well as original productions allows for the emcee to show he belongs alongside the biggest names in the game. Looking to make 2019 his year, the Illinois rapper is already booking 1st quarter tour dates and prepping a new release. Make sure to catch up with 2.20 Before It’s Too Late.
Fatherhood is one of the deepest and most complex relationships a man can have. Composition C takes the subject head on in his brand new single, “The Moon”. Shedding light on the emotional toll being responsible for another life can take on a person and the effects it has on the spirit, C does his best to be open. With over a decade of crafting music Composition C is ready to bring his brand of creativity to the masses. Catch up with C on all of your favorite social media networks and check out “The Moon” right here.
All Good Plug wasn’t always all good. The talented emcee takes us on a walk through some of his darker days. Losing loved ones, never being financially stable, and living in a hotel room can have a serious effect on one’s psyche, but Plug kept his head up and found a way to make it all good.
Tj Byrd is one of Illinois’ most gifted rappers. He drops another jewel with his “Fuckery” Freeverse over Drake’s “Do Not Disturb”. Getting extremely personal Mr. Byrd took some of the things that have been bubbling under the surface and allowed them to breathe. Detailing interpersonal relationships with friends and even the mother of his children, TJ exhibits plenty of courage in speaking from his heart.