Illinois rappers and frequent collaborators, Knuck and DZY deliver another new single and video with Come and Go. Trusting people is never easy and this duo lays out their reasons for keeping their respective circles small. Elijah Settles handles the camera work for Come and Go.
@misterzone4 aka Sensai Doog delivers his latest offering My Name Holds Weight. The Illinois native is known for weaving intricate tales of street life and a life on the grind. Having established himself as a force on the music scene with singles like,”Mula is My Bride” (The El Chapo Ztory) and “College Drip” with Benji Vinze (Zlatt Season). The new project continues in the same vein with standout singles “Memory Lane” and “Krankin’ Fiend” proving that Doogie is only getting better with each project. With upcoming shows and releases from the camp planned the Zu Cru Zillionaires are setting the tone for a major push in 2021.
Check out My Name Holds Weight on all major streaming platforms. The El Chapo Ztory is also live everywhere!
Midwest rapper, 2.20 is gearing up for the release of his latest project 2.20 Trial Run. Set to drop at the end of September, the project features the brand new single Hood Quarantine. The street single sports a verse from Shaquan live from the feds, using the tried and true “verse over the phone technique”. Nelle the Composer provides the backdrop for this trap tale. Be on the lookout for 2.20’s rawest whip yet, 2.20 Trial Run. https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/898591240&color=%23ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&show_teaser=true&visual=true Anthony Smith · Hood Feat. Shquan
After a short hiatus, Money Ave rep, Bennie Blanco delivers his highly anticipated album, “Where’s Blanco?”. The Illinois native brings heat over the course of 17 tracks. With standout singles like, “Southgrand”, “Live From The Bricks” and the King Mill and Mitch G assisted “Always”, Blanco carves his own lane in a crowded Hip Hop space. If you were wondering where the exciting artist has been he answers all those questions and more with this release. With placement on all the major digital platforms including Tidal, Google Play, Spotify and hard copies making their way through the streets the young emcee is ready to take his career to new heights.
Check out the JWE filmed “The Intro” video and be on the lookout for more from the man known as Blanco.
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.