What a day for music. From Chance The Rapper’s gospel-inspired Coloring Book to ScHoolboy Q’s new Kanye West-assisted single to Post Malone’s August 26 mixtape, the Internets have been spoiled with new material for their earholes.
Hip-Hop saw its fair share of petty spats this week, with artists like 50 Cent and Young Thug stirring plenty of ohs, ahs, and laughs through their social media tyranny. But at the end of the day, fans are here for quality music, which both artists deliver to close out the week.
Wiz Khalifa didn’t have a humble bone in his body the day he recorded his braggadocios new cut “King of Everything.”
Alex Wiley has been rather consistent with dropping quality supporting content f0r material from his Village Party mixtape. Today, this run continues with a visual for “Splash Game (Self Doubt).”
Chicago’s own Kembe X has been bubbling for some time and it appears that he’ll be the next artist to release music through the Scion Presents EP series. Titled Scion AV Presents: Kembe X, listeners can expect the project to arrive August 19.
Closing out the end of a five-day work frenzy is always a gratifying experience and so is knowing that The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week is present to commemorate the occasion.
Following the release of he and Statik Selektah’s “Future Guns” collab, rapper Alex Wiley returns a trippy visual element to his energetic track, “Ideas (Adderrall).”
It’s ill to see young artists like Alex Wiley come into their own. As of late, his confidence on wax has been impressive — he’s an adept rhymer too — and that’s very apparent on “Future Guns.”
UPDATE: An extended version of Alex Wiley’s “Vibration” is streaming on Spotify. Hear it after the jump. “Cream always going to rise to the top,” chants Alex Wiley on his new track, “Vibration.” Needless to say that the aforementioned idiom applies to the Save Money affiliate’s growing popularity.
And just like that, we receive a new track from a pair of rising Chicago MCs. Titled “Forever,” it features Alex Wiley rapping with fellow worthy lyricist Mick Jenkins.
There’s another side of Chicago’s music scene – one that’s less violent and volatile than the Drill sound. In that crop of artists, you’ll find Alex Wiley and Kembe X, who teamed up on a new track called “Know Normal.”
Last year, Hip-Hop was introduced to a newcomer named Alex Wiley via his Club Wiley mixtape. But that was only the beginning for the Chicago native, as he’s set to deliver a new EP called Village Party very soon.
What’s in Chicago’s water? The “Windy City” has churned out numerous talents in the last year — the most known and prolific being Chief Keef. The spotlight has shifted to the city’s more conscious lyricists recently, though. Among this class of MCs is an artist named Alex Wiley, who delivered a mixtape called Club Wiley earlier […]