Lil Durk’s major label debut album is finally out this year, as it arrives less than a month away. June 2nd marks the debut of Lil Durk’s Remember My Name and here he’s reunited with fellow Chicagoan Young Chop for “What Your Life Like.” Listen to the track after the jump.
Lil Durk and Chief Keef were cool. Then they were beefing. And now it looks like things are cool again. That’s a good thing, I suppose. The two have teamed up for “Decline” which is also produced by Chiraq drill impresario Young Chop. Listen to “Decline” after the jump.
Young Chop’s new album Still is currently available on iTunes and to support the release of the young producer’s new release he’s sharing “Ain’t Fuckin With Her” featuring Taylor Gang’s Ty Dolla $ign and Cap 1. Listen after the jump.
The Chiraq rapper-producer tandem of Chief Keef and Young Chop reunite for “Valley” off of Chop’s forthcoming album Still. Still will be due out October 28th via iTunes (which is currently up for preorder, if you’re ever so inclined) and you may listen to “Valley” after the jump.
Lil Durk keeps on feeding the streets with banger after banger. Despite dropping Signed to the Streets 2 over the summer Durk hasn’t slowed down since then, releasing plenty of new material. After serving up “Shots Fired” he returns with “Jack Boys” featuring frequent collaborator and fellow OTF patron Lil Reese. The track is also produced by Young Chop. After the jump!
2 Chainz releases his five-track FreeBase EP, which includes guest spots from A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, and Lil Boosie as well as some strong production from the likes of Mike WiLL, Metro Boomin, Young Chop, & 808 Mafia.
DC’s Fat Trel returns with the release of his newest mixtape, entitled Gleesh.
The project includes features from MMG compadres Rick Ross, Rockie Fresh, Stalley, and Wale as well as production from the likes of Young Chop, Harry Fraud and All Star. Read More
French drops the visual for “Paranoid,” one of the more underrated Young Chop cuts of 2013. Directed by Elf Rivera.
Juicy J releases the official video for the Project Pat-assisted “No Hear, No Love” off Stay Trippy. Produced by Young Chop.
Freddie Gibbs over a Young Chop production for the song and video “Deuces” which features this tribute to Mike Tyson.
Durk drops off the visual for the Young Chop-produced “Bang Bros” off his newest tape, Signed To The Streets. Don’t sleep on that project, or the fact that this is the best rap song in recent memory that shares a title with a popular porn site.