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An early contender for mixtape of 2015 comes from rising Chicago rapper Towkio, the mind behind .WAV Theory.

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Allow us to right a wrong that continues to baffle yours truly. Over the weekend, Chance The Rapper continued his string of amazing visuals with a Broadway-themed visual for “Sunday Candy.”

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Chance The Rapper represents another dimension of possibilities for Chicago youth, though he’s familiar with and has shared his concern for the side of life that’s constantly chronicled in the news. In fact, the XXL Freshman went on to detail the #SAVECHICAGO movement that he assisted with over Memorial Day weekend.

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Well, here’s a surprise. The Internets receive a new track from the one and only Vic Mensa.

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Talent and upside alone have made young wordsmith Vic Mensa worthy of a listen or two. The only deterrent was the former Kid These Days frontman’s lack of solo material, but that changes today with the release of his long-awaited INNANETAPE.

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We forewarned you to keep an eye out for up and comer Vic Mensa some time ago. Yesterday, the young Chicago native, and former frontman of Kids These Days, debuted “YNSP” from his forthcoming project INNANETAPE.

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Trust us when we say the Save Money clique out of Chicago dons a few special talents. Crew member and former Kids These Days frontman Vic Mensa returns with a smooth groove titled “Hollywood LA.”


We like what we’ve heard from Chicago’s Save Money clique this year. That continues with a new jam by Donnie Trumpet (aka Nico Segal) and Vic Mensa from the disbanded group Kids These Days called “Zion.” The former band mates are joined by cohort and worthy lyricist Chance The Rapper.

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The Internets are bombarded with new music, projects, etc. everyday, but very few resonate like Chance The Rapper‘s critically acclaimed mixtape, Acid Rap. While on tour promoting the project, the young MC created a short film using footage from two back-to-back shows in his Chicago hometown.