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No Pets Allowed “We Are Never Ever Coming Home Again”

YE ON THE TRACK, T-SWIZZY ON THE BEAT, THIS WHAT THE WORLD BEEN WAITIN’ FOR!

In all seriousness though, I’ve never been a big fan of the mash-up, but I couldn’t pass this one up. Great song from No Pets Allowed linking two very different artists. Check it out and download below!

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[Mixtape] Kami de Chukwu – Light (w/ download)

Light is finally here. Featuring collaborations with some of the freshest and best faces in Chicago hip hop… Kembe X, Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, to name a few… Kami de Chukwu gets in on the action with one of the most anticipated mixtapes of the summer. He dropped “Home” late last night, and it’s been on repeat all day. The bar was set super high with that one, we’ll see what the rest of the mixtape has to offer.

The Savemoney clan has been killing the scene lately, and through several verse releases this summer, Kami began establishing himself as one of the groups best.

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Kami de Chukwu “Home” ft. Caleb James, Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Micheal Anthony

EDIT: The mixtape dropped, LIGHT available for free download now.

Where outta town rappers come and gotta tuck in they ice

but aint no other city better I put that on my life

Kami dropped another track from his debut Light last night, and it’s the best one to date. Featuring the cream of the crop of Savemoney rappers, “Home” provides a great representation of what is the future (and the present) of Chicago hip hop. Produced by Samiyam, make sure to take a listen and then download Light when it drops later today.

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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes @ The Riviera

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes created a psychedelic folk rock love fest for the sold out and sweaty Riviera Theatre Thursday night. Led by pseudo messiah and lead vocalist Alex Ebert, the band produced an almost spiritual invigoration of music and sound for fans under the Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes trance.

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