The Chicago producer's solo debut features songs with King Louie, Lucki, Mick Jenkins, Trapo, and others.
Boston has cosigned the Roxbury 21-year-old out to prove that Hennything's Possible.
The Chicago producer who has worked with Chance the Rapper, Jamila Woods, and Joey Purp steps up to a new level with his album 'Liberation.'
The Chicago rappers connect for a smooth song about missing someone at home from the road.
Brew City has never been a hip-hop destination, but a strong university arts scene and new sense of unity is changing that.
"They were just like play some John Coltrane and get in the corner. But that’s just not how I work."
The Boston rapper's rise has been reserved, but his release 'Suffolk County' is putting him on the map.
The singer's "Here" has amassed millions of plays in just a few short months. Pay attention, because with the rising 18-year-old's dynamic and powerful voice, this is just the beginning.