L.E.P. Bogus Boys
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.
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.
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 […]
“What’s understood ain’t gotta be explained.” The L.E.P. Bogus Boys drop 2 videos as they make a mini movie with their cuts “Johnny Cochran” and “Streets Talking.” If you just got out. download Now Or Neva here.
The Club Paradise Tour passes through the University of Illinois and we catch up with Drake, K-Dot & the A$AP Mob.
The L.E.P. Bogus Boys are back with a new mixtape documenting their real life trials and tribulations in Chicago. The midwest emcees that closed Atlanta’s A3C Festival have 19 new tracks for fans that features production from Chase N Cash and The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Listen to the latest from the Bogus Boys below. DOWNLOAD LINK