In merely three days, Chicago native GLC and producer Mr. Live will unleash their collaborative mixtape Ism Churchill. Today, GLC shares “Holdin” a blistering cut off the project about the come-up, and girls, girls, girls. GLC grabs help from Cleveland’s Chip Tha Ripper and Taylor Gang’s Chevy Woods for this one. Give it a listen below. Previously: GLC Ft. Hassan Khaffaf – You The Man Follow @Yancymckiddy
Consistency is King Chip’s strong suit. Today, the Cleveland emcee adds to that sentiment with new music. Chip links up with Big Duke for the backdrop, and what we receive is “Some Hoes,” a 3-minute cut full of rap goodness. Check it out below. Previously: Logic Ft. King Chip – Two Kings (Prod. By C-Sick)
There’s a lot of princes and princesses in hip-hop (not to mention the overflowing of jesters). Some may or may not evolve into King or Queen status. If two had to be picked out of the pack, Logic and Chip, who already calls himself a King, would be high on the list of artists with the potential to really live up to the title. “Two Kings” is a great record too. It’ll make you want to replay Welcome To Forever. Previously: SD Exclusive: Logic on Being Sued For His Name, John Witherspoon Skit, Debut Album & More Follow @SermonsDomain
King Chip is back with a new visual for his Cardo produced jam, “BLK on BLK.” As Chip shows off his lyrical skills and his stomping grounds as a youth, he takes on a dope detailed journey. This one will serve as the 1st music video from the highly touted mixtape 44108. Previously: Mixtape: King Chip – 44108 Follow @UptownToney
It’s amazing how great a King Chip mixtape sounds compared to some of the other music floating around. Every time he’s delivers and 44108 is no different. Eighteen songs that displays Chip’s range of sound with production from Lex Luger, WZRD, Cardo, K. Roosevelt and more. On the features, he has Pusha T, Kid Cudi, Scarface, Travi$ Scott, Fat Trel and others. Stream and download it below.
The folks that have heard Eric Bellinger’s Born II Sing Vol 3, are all praising his work. With no time off the singer-songwriter takes those praises and keeps the momentum going with a remix to the 3rd track off his project. Fellow Cali-native Hit Boy and and Kid CuDi’s artist King Chip aka Chip tha Ripper both extend a hand adding quality verses to the track. Check out the track below and be sure to download/purchase Eric Bellinger’s Born II Sing Vol 3. Previously: Mixtape: Eric Bellinger – Born II Sing Vol. III Follow @UptownToney