Just in case you missed this month's bundle of mixtape posted, here goes the full list. All the mixtapes, street albums, of whatever you want to call them post on this site for the month of February will be given for those who could not keep up. Don't see your mixtape here submit yours for next months recap.
"September 6th is an ill emcee and producer representing Chicago's South Side. While seducing listeners with his smooth mellow voice, creative wordplay and soulful yet jazzy loops n beats, 6th is quickly rising as a star in the Hip Hop community. He is writing the score for a generation of hip hoppers who are not impressed with chains and rims, but more so with mic and production skills. His music truly represents the awareness or "consciousness" he has of himself, his family, his culture, and his environment. Above all his music is a true representation of the essence of hip hop."
Film School Agacce latest mixtape hosted by DJ Sean Macand presented by Gowherehiphop.com features Novakane, and Chris Capalano, brandUn Deshay, and Lungz. On the production Hip-Notic, Slot-A, Mark Byrd and more.
Precise is the name, an upcoming hip-hop artist who is not lacking in skills on the mic. He started out as a DJ but saw his true calling is rap. "I would describe my rap lyrical substance drawing from the original blueprint of the hip-hop culture."
This is the second episode of a series of songs from the perspective of the artist. From growing up around Chicago legends like the Molemen,Vakill,Rhymefest, Cap D & Juice to MC battles,concerts, and other experiences.
The Universal Zulu Nation Presents: The Twilite Variety Showcase Black Intavention Edition.
Performances by: A-Way, Kemet, Kenlo Key, Nikki B, GQ Tha Teacher, and Xxtra. Hosted By Zone and White. It all goes down February 26.
Chicago native Peady and SRT-12 representer gives us insight to where he's from and what he fells about the the state of Chicago hip-hop. He touches on a lot of things like the origin of his name to what Chicago can offer hip-hop.
Produce by D. Land Not Today by Sdot Pdot is a song about the effects Segregation has on our community, and explains that no matter the situation if you work hard enough you can change everything for the better. Download this song HERE
Born in Puerto Rico and grew up in Chicago Outbreak brings his own style to the hip-hop scene mixing english and his native language into his raps. Check him out and show support for Outbreak, Villaran, and J. Mike.