Dorsey Kydd FT. Chase Chill “Str8 Drop” (Prod. by Vybe Beatz)

Once again, Dorsey Kydd has blessed the world with an amazingly stunning video, from his recently released “Bully Muzik” mixtape. With his mixtape being impressively at a high demand, it was only right for Dorsey Kydd to drop another visual for his fans.

Last video, Kydd visually provided our eyes with a heartfelt video. He decided to provide everyone with a side of him that only the closest of family would know. But, this time around Kydd proudly represented for his hometown of Chicago, Illinois. In this new visual titled “Str8 Drop”, Kydd linked up with Chi-Town representative Chase Chill and music producer Vybe Beatz. With this being such a hot single, it was only right to establish a music video with the help of video director DirectedByCholly.

In this visual, you have the opportunity to see Dorsey Kydd present a statement of fashion characteristic with his accompanied artist Chase Chill stylishly perform by him. Along with Dorsey being a fashion statement in this video, he stunningly stands in front of a clean striped Dodge Charger with the city of downtown Chicago presented in the background. Str8 Drop is a banger to welcome us all back to the season of spring. This is definitely a video to feast your eyes upon.

Camcorder Banks #Certified #DOPExHYPExFRESH


Tragedy Tha Beast “Rappers”

It’s been a while since we’ve heard some new material from Tragedy. Last year he dropped one of the most lyrically driven projects of 2013 with his The Manifestation LP. A few days ago Tragedy dropped “Rappers” a direct response to sell outs in the industry that have forgotten to spit about reality and that do not practice what they preach. This track itself is Tragedy reminding the rest of the Chicago HipHop landscape that he is still one of the best lyricists in the city.

Underground Wonder Bar – “Follow The Fox” 03.29.14

Hyped from the start, Underground Wonder Bar’sFollow The Fox” was one of many anticipated events going down Saturday night. Needless to say, shit definitely did not disappoint.

Featuring four of Chicago’s most talked about artists – Brian Fresco, Mojek, A Billion Young, and Dally Auston, the whole city came out to show love. Chance The Rapper, making a brief pit stop in his hometown, came through early on the night showing love and hyping the crowd. Even with a tight schedule, Chance’s appearance was a great early reminder that not only are Chicago artists leading the music industry but talent in the Windy city is growing bigger, better, and faster than any other city.

Starting the night off was Mojek or Young Africa, another Chicago-based producer who hit his set hard with a mixture of smooth house tracks and remixed club tunes. Without a doubt, it was clear why he was leading the night. Throwing down crisp tracks while seamlessly upping the energy of the crowd and performers, dude had everyone vibing. Setting the mood for the night, Mojek does a great job transitioning for Brian Fresco and A Billion Young’s set, one of the many highlights of the night.

Brian Fresco was one of the many talked about names of the hour. And for good reason. His energy and his ability to command the crowd were so on point. By the beginning, middle, and end of his performance he had every person in every corner bumping and dusting the sweat off their foreheads. A Billion Young also threw down with Brian Fresco, hitting beat after beat while still showcasing their individual sound. Having already wrote about A Billion Young earlier this week, these guys are even more impressive live. With a special eye for detail and a real passion for their craft, these guys are definitely ones to watch.

Despite the high-note that these guys left, Dally Auston ended the night and came through with the same energy. Showing us why previous laidback tracks like “WSGT$” and “Hol’ Up” is just another layer of his work, Dally Auston gave the crowd another look at this creative process. Throwing down even more dope hooks, fresher verses, and lyrical emphasis, I am excited to see all that Dally Auston is bringing to the table.

All in all, great job last night! With a fusion of different music, fashion, and art lovers all in one room and supporting the music community, the love and energy was definitely a great reminder why other cities really don’t got shit on us. In other words, Chicago artists have and always will be the ones to put the industry on. Period.



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New Watch Dogs Trailer

I’ve been following Watch Dogs since its first epic trailer debuted the not too distant future storyline amidst our hometown of Chicago. They’ve captured the city’s detail to the finest and so naturally, I was excited to see more of it in the all-new trailer for the game. Available May 27th!

Saint Alfred x Stussy – “Windy City Tribe”

Giving us another drop, Saint Alfred never seems to disappoint. Named one of the best store fronts, Saint Alfred continues to put Chicago onto the freshest gear, this time with Stussy. From the dip-dyed crew neck to the black coach jacket, everyone is up and ready to get their hands on a piece of the merch.

For details to purchase:

Saint Alfred and Stussy proudly present the “Windy City Tribe” collection. Releasing tomorrow Friday March 28th at 11:30am Central Time in-store and 12pm Central Time in our web store. It’ll also be available online at, select Stussy chapter stores and at our brother store Kicks/Hi on Saturday March 29th.

Good luck with copping some items tomorrow. For those who can’t, I’ll be stalking all the reselling and Styleforum blocks with y’all. In the meantime, check out their site for even more dope gear.

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