New visuals off GLC’s Silence Of The Lames project.
PREVIOUS: GLC – I’m In It (Video)
Courtesy of Andrew:
Filmed in the Spring of 2009, The GO! Experiment will finally see the light of day, online, next week (2/1). We’ll be dropping a new segment everyday from Monday-Friday here on FSD.
For those who have been waiting on this project to drop, my apologies on the delay, we had a deal to release this in a different fashion, but we opted to go straight digital.
The GO! Experiment features many of Chicago’s best and brightest emcees in the same room at the same time freestyling together as a homage to the final episode of Yo! MTV Raps in 1995.
Peep the brand new trailer (courtesy of Davy Greenberg) above to get an idea of what to expect. Mikkey Halsted, Rhymefest, Naledge, Mic Terror, Really Doe and Cold Hard can be seen doing their thing.
PREVIOUS: Mikkey Halsted – Hold On
Part one is a talk about First Impressions & what it means to come out with this album, while part two he talks about Kanye and why he isn’t featured all over the album, his fondest memory coming up with ‘Ye in Chi-Town and his take on the significant success of Kanye’s career compared to when they first started together.
Topics include: the impressions Really Doe has received upon the release of his debut album First Impressions, how the infectious single Mesmerized came about with Danny Klein, and what is to come in the future. There is also a bonus picture-in-picture clip of Really Doe performing Mesmerized. First Impressions is available online and in stores now.
PREVIOUS: Consequence Live in Chicago (Video)
I posted KiD CuDi & Common’s performance earlier today, now Consequence (along with GLC & Really Doe) hits the stage at the Sprite Green RSVP Gallery in Chicago.
G.O.O.D. Music was definitely in the building. The Cons brought out GL and Really D. Williams for a live performance of Disperse before going into The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Grammy Family and his new single (sans Kanye West and John Legend) Whatever You Want.
Shouts to FSD (again).
So here’s a brief recap of my day thus far: I woke up to a bunch of text messages and Twitter responses saying somebody hacked into my email asking my contacts for KiD CuDi tracks. I then spent the entire morning trying to get back into my email, ultimately doing so and finding the cumbucket (who lived in Austria of all places) who hacked my shit actually in the process of hacking my Twitter account and booting him out of my email account before he could do so. And we’re not gonna even talk about the 40 Glocc “beef”…
So now we come to this song: apparently the dickface tried to get XV to give him a song that didn’t make the cut of Everybody’s Nobody, presumably to try to sell them. But by the time XV responded (read: a few minutes ago) I had already regained control of my email account and booted the assclown out of it hours prior. SO XV just decided to let me let this one loose anyways. Got it? Good.
*goes to lunch*
…is finally here. The name alone should let you know this is gonna be chalk full of Chicago music! Featuring new and unreleased material from Bump J, The Cool Kids, Lupe Fiasco, Mikkey Halsted, GLC, Naledge, Twista, Rhymefest, Really Doe, Sly Polaroid, Pugs Atomz, J. Ivy, Que Billah, Big Wiz, Skooda and more. Hosted by The Cool Kids, orchestrated by Timbuck2.
Tracklist + Download link after the jump…
The Jordan III, IV, V, VIII and XI > greatest sneakers of all time.
Talk about a continuos slap in the face! I don’t show up to a festival and I get bombarded with footage, interviews, etc. Next year, the dopeboyz will be in the house. For sure. Anyways, the video above has DJ Semtex chopping it up with KiD CuDi (GLC, Really Doe & Ibn) about the music industry before he gets on stage to perform Day N Nite.
Here goes the official video of Consequence’s Disperse which was originally featured on his Don’t Quit Your Day Job album. Shouts to Rik Cordero on the direction tip of course.