The Brooklyn dark horse welcomes us to one final party on his new posthumous record.
Featuring fresh releases from Angela Muñoz, Reo Cragun, BandoKay, Berwyn, Peter Bibby, and Ariel View.
A drill track aimed at The Weeknd.
The populizer of drill’s crude delivery clashes with less raw production to miss the bar.
Keef’s return registers more like a cautionary tale against squandering the spotlight.
On “Red Snow”, G Herbo juxtaposes Chicago’s culture of violence with the shattered innocence of its youth.
The CoS office is based in Chicago, so we were surrounded by some serious sports fervor this week. The Cubs won a playoff game, the Blackhawks raised a championship banner, and the Bulls started their preseason — and some of …
The vocalist and guitarist talks about the band’s future and Chicago’s Drill Festival.
Durk’s major label debut isn’t as substantial as the anticipation around it.
The 19-year old Chicago rapper showcases his trademark gruff voice for this banger.