G. Count has closed the L.E.P. Bogus Boys chapter of his life, and now reps the L.E.P. lifestyle as a solo artist. He returned yesterday with a visual for his street heater, “Dat Ni**a,” featuring fellow Chicago rappers Lil Durk and Lil Herb.
Chicago’s L.E.P. Bogus Boys were way past due for a new video. Moonie and Count were aware of the delay and drop a new video for “Sleep.”
It’s easy to provide commentary on how to change ailing communities like Chicago when you aren’t there to witness the living conditions firsthand. In turn, London-born filmmaker and photographer Will Robson-Scott traveled to the Windy City to get a vivid account of life there from its citizens in order to create his documentary, Chi Raq.
L.E.P. Bogus Boys debuted a visual for “Commas” earlier this week. It was taken down soon after for unknown reasons, but gets re-released today just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
If you fix your face to say you saw this collaboration coming, you’re a damn liar. The Chicago bred L.E.P. Bogus Boys drop a new single called “Commas” that happens to feature Lil Wayne and Ma$e. Yeah, that Ma$e.
Now this is a welcome surprise. The L.E.P. Bogus Boys have been relatively quiet lately but today they drop a new cut called “X’s & O’s.”
Chicago’s finest Low End Professionals are back with a new video called “Rush Hour.”
Nothing like some high end street music from those Lower End Professionals. L.E.P Bogus Boys performed their two recent Jahlil Beats-produced records, “Showtime” and “Benjamin Franklin.” Live at Adrianna’s Nightclub for MTV2′s Suckafree Chicago event, the Bogus Boys held it down in true windy-city style.
Staten Island’s Raekwon the Chef linked Chi-Town’s L.E.P. Bogus Boys and came up with the aggressively lush “This Sh-t Hard,” which now has a video. The track appears on Rae’s Unexepected Victory mixtape that dropped at the very top of the year. Supporting a project beyond a few weeks after its release? Now there is a […]