Qualmes & Pavy hook up again for the 1st single off Qualmes upcoming ‘StankaKILLAfornia‘ album thats dropping soon, produced by Coop. Stream “Pull up, Hop Out” below and be sure to check out Pavy and Qualmes previous release, “Fefe & Relax” featuring C.Rich.
Pavy‘s got a dope soundtrack to summer with his new project, R.O.M.E. (Rule Over My Enemies), and it kicks off with an engaging record “Losing My Religion”. It transplants your listening to the mood of the mixtape, a key ingredient to dive into a full project. You already have a previous *Tibs Fav. in “Ride” (really, a must-have song for cruising in the good weather) and I’m quickly discovering there are more top-tier tracks on R.O.M.E. You do the same, and get accustomed to a Chicago emcee that @AntWithGowhere and much of the team really vibe with in Pavy.
- Features: BJ The Chicago Kid, Thomas Mac, C.Rich, Page Kennelli, TreStyle, Capital K, JDP
- Production: Traxxion, Trumaine, Ray White, Paris Beuller, DC
My SUH brothers, Pavy and C.Rich are dropping a collaboration EP entitled, ‘On The Edge.’ These two are some of my favorite talents out of Chicago at the moment so you know I’ll be all over that once it drops. But lets get into this first release off the project which comes in the form a DC produced single entitled, “Come Over.” A real smooth offering from Pav and C.Rich as they remake the classic Aaliyah’s song.