KR returns to the interwebs with a brand new visual for his recently released street single, “Play My Shit.” The feel good visual was directed by Chucky Millions, showing KR sporting a number of talents from rapping to dancing, while trying to show off for the ladies. For those that have been following the progress of this west coast 20-year old, KR came up through the jerking scene, where he saw a great deal of success. Judging by this video, it is pretty evident KR hasn’t missed a step. The PYRMDPLZA produced cut spent some time a few weeks back flirting with the top of the Twitter Real Time chart on Billboard. After the release of the video, KR has been holding on to the number one spot for over 12 hours.
Ali is a part of a long line of Chicago Talent. I am late on this one and The Dude apologizes. His newest effort Champion again reaffirms this artist’s relentless self belief. The young man has blessed us with a song so inspirational and so hard hitting that its damn near impossible not to feel something while listening. The beat was made by CHI VII, who has done work with Mick Jenkins and Skigh Mob leader Solar Five. I am proud to announce that Ali will be performing at PJ’s WESTSIDE SHOWCASE on May 22. Follow Ali and PJ @aliforthego and @ThePlashGordon
Artist/Produced Marro has been busy in the lab cooking up fresh beats for new artists. His latest produced project “Working In” is laced with rhymes from new arist, Mick. The first single that we are sharing with you is titled “Watching The Change”. With Mick’s smooth flow over the soulful and jazzy arraingements by Marro, this makes for an easy listen proudly sponsored by Mackstrumental Audio.