Chicago producer Drew Mantia is on to something great with his newest project “Feel Good Music” which features the likes of ProbCause, The O’My’s, Psalm One, amongst others.
119 Productions & The FDC bring us “The Chicago Sight N’ Sound” mixtape. The two part project features the best and brightest the city has to offer. The project offers a platform to some of the city’s best artists to work in unison and be featured in one compilation project as it features the likes of Chris Crack, Saba, The O’My’s, Lucki Ecks, Dally Auston, Mick Jenkins, Psalm One, Jarred AG, Hurt Everybody, Noname Gypsy, amongst others. This project gives you so many different sounds and vibes from artists all over the city and does not disappoint to showcase the greatness each and every single artist has to offer. Press play and vibe out below.
Assuming we all make it out of this polar vortex 2.0, February’s lookin’ stacked with live performances from some of the game’s best and Chicago’s finest. The most interesting show looks to be 2 Chainz with King Push – the biggest bill to hit Chicago since Kendrick supported Ye. But Chicago’s own Psalm One, Show, Auggie, and the WHOevers will undoubtably hold it down for the ‘Go with their high energy performances. Check the dates below.
2 Chainz, Pusha-T, and August Alsina
The Chicago Theatre @ 6:30
RL Grime, Salva, Zebo, PHNM
The Mid @ 10
Psalm One w/SHOWYOUSUCK, The Irregulars, and Special Guest: Baldhead Buddy
The Hideout @ 8
SHOWYOUSUCK, Death By Icon, The WHOevers, Legit
Chop Shop @ 8
Auggie The 9th, Supa Bwe, Animuse and a special set by LOD
Gallery 914 @ 7