Young Chop

The Chicago producer and Chief Keef affiliate is now a resident of Georgia.

The Chicago producer had smoke for Lil Wayne, French Montana, T.I., and 21 Savage too.

Yours truly was a little late to the party on Sterling Hayes whose debut project, antidepressant, is highlighted in today’s Wired Tracks.

Chris Brown ushers in the weekend by releasing a new song titled “Sex You Back To Sleep,” the second single from his upcoming album Royalty.

Kanye West is renowned for working alongside younger Chicago artists and giving them a bigger spotlight to operate underneath but producer Young Chop doesn’t see things that way. The fellow Chi-Town native is flat-out debunking the sincerity of a West’s intentions when dealing with up-and-coming stars and he doesn’t want fans to drink the Kool-Aid […]

If you counted Chief Keef out for good, you may want to find that missing number. The Almighty Sosa has bounced back from getting dropped from Interscope and dropping wack records with Kanye West by brazenly jacking Lil Wayne’s trademarked phrase with his own, Sorry 4 The Weight mixtape.

Common has been rather hospitable with his studio time for fellow Chicago artists as of late, and Twista is following suit as his Dark Horse album is gearing up to be released from out its stable.

Newly crowned XXL Freshman Lil Bibby wasted no time delivering new content for fans to devour. Here’s a visual for a street record titled “Tired Of Talkin’.”

Producer Young Chop is currently working on a new project. While little is known about the release, fans receive a song from it titled “All I Care About” by Chief Keef.

Chief Keef may be the most identifiable face, but producer Young Chop is quietly the most integral piece of Chicago’s Glory Boyz Entertainment. That said, the beatsmith masterminded a single titled “Bang Like Chop,” featuring the aforementioned rapper and Lil’ Reese, from his project releasing in the coming weeks.

Chicago’s Chief Keef and others helped to usher in a new sound known as “Drill,” creating a mystique that somehow connected the menacing music with the city’s rising crime rates. In a profile piece from Playboy, the “Chiraq” Hip-Hop scene is examined through the eyes and experiences of some of the scene’s top acts.

Multiple documentaries have depicted that violent Chicago, and here comes another courtesy of Noisey. Titled Chiraq, the story will be told across eight episodes, in which you’ll see the city’s notable rap stars speak on its current conditions and more.