It’s happening people. Yeezus has leaked and the internet is going crazy. Seriously, the internet is going crazy. NOT saying ACITM has downloaded the album, but word is links are taking 1-2 hours because of the masses trying to get it ASAP. So while you’re waiting for your copy to finish up downloading, check out what people on reddit and twitter are saying about it.
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RL Grime remixes his favorite rap song from 2012, Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa.” You’ll be hearing versions of this one at just about every EDM show this summer. Enjoy! It’s a free download for now.
While posts have been at a premium lately here at ACITM, we always have love for Chicago’s very own, Chance the Rapper. The wait is over, Acid Rap is here and available for download below. Should the link crash, alternate DL links will be up fast.
We’re really excited about this project and couldn’t be happier for what’s in store for Mr. Bennett. This is a big moment in Chicago hip hop, with the nation going crazy over this kid. Sky is the limit. Enjoy!
Oh you gon’ learn today. Produced by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland, Jay drops a track out of nowhere, titled “Open Letter.” The track features knocking drums, with King Hov out for blood, addressing everything from his divesting of the Brooklyn Nets, hanging with the Obama’s on the beach, and potentially buying a kilo from Chief Keef. Try to just play this song once, I dare you.
Austin Vesely and Hannibal Buress linked up to create the visuals for Chance the Rapper’s latest #AcidRap single, “NaNa.” They received 5K from Jash, the web based YouTube comedy channel, to create a video. They ended up spending it on a chicken costume, lunch with Childish Gambino, and a couple of fly red and blue suits. Check it out below and enjoy! April 30th!
Chance the Rapper drops the latest single from Acid Rap, with video included, called “Good Ass Intro.” A soulful mixed house-bounce euphoric, proclaiming Chance is back “Even better than the last time.” We’re counting down the days for this thing to release. Listen and watch below, enjoy!
Closed Sessions is awesome. The label is owned and operated by Alexander Fruchter, rubyhornet founder, and Michael Kolar, the Owner/Chief Engineer of SoundScape Studios. They continuously bring together the best in Chicago hip hop, this time linking up Closed Sessions artist Alex Wiley with Kids These Days supaMC Vic Mensa, all over Chuck Inglish production. Made before kick off the the Super Bowl, you can check out a documentary about the pairing after the jump. Enjoy!