Cornbread217 is making 2019 his year. After the release of new singles in the first two months of the new year he’s back again with a brand new video. Linking with Jayy Wills Ent for the visuals, the artist known as the Trash Panda brings his super lyrical weed ode to life.
Cornbread217’s resume speaks for itself. Boasting shows across the country and even his own weekly series of songs entitled “52 in 52”, where he dropped a new single every week for a year straight. The Illinois native is at it again with brand new material in the form of his latest single, “Blowin Trees”. Taking one of his favorite pastimes and explaining it, like only he can. The artist formerly known as Tha Coon turns the act of smoking weed into one of the world’s most lyrical experiences.
Central Illinois is in the building when Corey Wyatt aka Prince Cash hits the scene. The young rapper holds it down for Jacksonville, IL on his new single “Two”. Knowing everything in life comes better in pairs, Cash links with Visual Paradise to give everyone the rundown on how to double up. Ready to make a major industry move after winning the Midwest Connectz hosted “Where Da Cash At?’ event Prince Cash isn’t a name to forget.
Illinois rapper, Homicide the Hooligan is known as a punchline rapper and his latest releases don’t do a single thing to change that narrative. On his “Timmy Turner Freestyle” he raps, “You either selling white or selling green/or a nightmare trying to sell a dream” and “Nobody” finds the young OG spewing street wisdom like, “Main motto/Fuck everybody, trust nobody/You caught a body leave no witness/No body”. If punches in bunches is what you’re used to look no further than these brand new singles.
Growth is a process. As Illinois rapper, Vinal’s journey through life continues, as does the maturation of his music. Taking a deeper look into his past and present and giving an honest account is what happens on his new single “Growing Pains”. Reflecting on everything from former friends to the image he portrays to his children, Vinal keeps it as real as it gets.
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.