theWHOevers “Need Somebody”

Probably the coolest video I’ve seen all week as theWHOevers drop these fresh visuals for “Need Somebody”. DotKom & J. Arthur ride through beautiful downtown as director Stefan Klapko captures the in-car visuals nicely throughout. I especially like how they speed up when the beat does prior to the hook at the end of each of their verses. The song itself is dope too with one of their more instantly appealing productions to the casual listener and some memorable lines by both to match. Now I wanna revisit this on last year’s Ridin Waves and cruise under the Chicago nightlights too.

In further exciting news, theWHOevers announce their upcoming double project, Black & White / Born To Use Mics, set up as a parallel to OutKast’s famous Speakerboxxx / The Love Below. Their fresh rap and melodic singing styles can pull that off. Lookin’ forward to it.

h/t TSS

theWHOevers “NYNM”

theWHOevers celebrate the release of a so fresh so clean new website — — with a brand new tune for your chill vibes playlist: “NYNM”. Both J. Arthur & DotKom do their thing with the verses and even share some local love throughout (I am now instantly craving some Maxwell’s hot dogs.) Maybe also because it’s 2pm and I haven’t eaten lunch yet.

Anyway, the beat also rides smoothly with the outro standing out and inspiring a repeat listen. J. Arthur put another nice one together there. Enjoy and find out more about “NYNM” below, accompanied by more amazing photo edits/artwork from @KnowPassion up top.

*Tibs Fav.

ICYMI: theWHOevers “BOUNCE” [Music Video] | J. Arthur f/ DotKom “What’s It Gonna Be?”

theWHOevers f/ JustWise “BOUNCE”

With a song titled “BOUNCE”, and theWHOevers using numerous ways to include the word, it’s only natural that they get some dope cars bouncing up and down for the video. Fresh visuals for a solid tune that has memorable one-liners from J. Arthur, DotKom, and guest emcee JustWise respectively. Directed by George Sol.

Dan Kanvis “Never Too Much” f/ theWHOevers [Music Video]

Dan Kanvis (formerly DK) is an artists of several talents. He is the curator of the monthly Heavy Rotation event series at Tonic Room. He’s also a dope emcee that delivers us his latest visual “Never Too Much” as Kavis makes his directorial debut. The SpazzbotEXE production is a laid-back, and easy going track that you can vibe and is also a great summertime anthem as we transition into the fall.This is also the first single to Dan Kanvis’ forthcoming project “Windows”.