ABs is one ambitious hip hop artist from Chicago coming out with a new mixtape this season. Road To Fame is just that. He might not be not #1 yet but he is determined to be successful. What better way to there than rap about the struggle and the hustle to get to the top? That is just what this mixtape will be about, step one on a long journey to success. Or short journey, you never know these days. Waitin will be just a taste of whats to come.
Curren$y the Spitta‘s album Canal Street Confidential was released over the weekend to his fans. With his tour coming to a close, fans get the live experience condensed to a disc. Of course the classics are in your head, or on your shelf. One of Spittas stops was Chicago at the Portage Theater.
Ever Evolved artists, Triangle Offense with the help of Machobeatz has had the opportunity to open for Curren$y among other local artists. Mark Narens of the Black Couch in collaboration with us here at Ever Evolved made a complementary portrait of Curren$y for his tour and by the end of the show had the chance to gift it to the Spitta.
Though only a single song, Bottom of the Bottle ft Lil Wayne & August Alsina from the album is on soundcloud you can buy the album in its entirety on iTunes and jam out.
Mr. Carmack regularly releases beats has come out with a few that stick out. A couple collaborations and remixes in the mix. Everytime you hear a Carmack track you will notice his intricate beat work. Whether its a vibrant like For Abby or percussive and vocal like his collaborative beat with Teeko See Whatchu Got, which includes a beautiful synth break. Carmack also had a hand in fixing up Riff Raffs song Tip Tow Wing with Big Makk. Of course making the track much more bearable. Carmack takes any song and adds his unique fix and beat work to add new energy to it. Best of all 2 out of three, grouped below, come to you as free downloads; Enjoi!
Earlier today Ever Evolved artist group Triangle Offense (Rhymster, Mike Booth, AR) and A.B.S released a new single, “Don’t Stop“.
“It’s a gift to our fans before the listening and release parties coming up, a loosie,” Said Triangle member, Julian “Rhymster” Rodriguez.
Not only did they release the track, but it’s a free download on SoundCloud !
Rapping over the song Gumbo by Jay Rock, Triangle and A.B.S achieved making it their own. Clean cut and with a catchy chorus, they definitely have a hit on their hands.
Interested in listening to new Ever Evolved Music? Come out to a couple of our events this month:
Ever Evolved Listening Pot Luck Party : December 3rd, 2015 6:30PM
Midnight Marauders (In association with The Black Couch Studio, every 3rd Wednesday of the month):
A.B.S, Macho Beatz and AR will be featured artists as this event is collated as their release party this month.
If you just came out of the hospital from that beating you took on Black Friday over a waffle press at walmart. Do not worry, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole got you on some Black Friday gifts, each released on their own respective lables, Top Dawg Ent and Dreamville. The two shared each others tracks the day off and it was a great present to say the least. While you still gotta download em, you at least are not getting an elbow to the face.
Tkay Maidza releases a new track after a short silence following her release of MOB. Paired with an eerie yet creative music video, this project unites some serious talent in music production. Ghost is a future classic trap beat track brought to you by Baauer, What So Not and George Maple. The airy synths, heavy beats and ghostly effects is a raw track and with Tkay’s steadfast vocals, this should satisfy fans for another good season till the cravings kick in.
Originally from the Twin Cities but is currently reppin the set in Chi town, we know him as homies. Manic Focus, the young producer known for his dope live music sets and funky beats released yet another one. This time hooking up with Brooklyn’s finest Break Science and Lettuce on Funky Style to make a song that is just that. There is no time you cannot vibe with this. Its undisputed, it is rhythmically smooth and beautiful. Try not to move to this, its pretty hard.
Premiering on Nest HQ, hub known for free releases and soul inspiring music started by Skrillex in 2014. Time makes its way to Daktyl and Madeaux to release a collab on the Nest HQ platform. Originally starting as a “post R&B Ballad” by Madeaux, it went through a metamorphosis as vocalist Anais Aida would put it. Adding hip hop beats and synth breaks the end result was nothing short of a masterpiece.
Reworking an old track with Madeaux, can show you that Daktyl can take any track and transform it with new live. He did so with Metaphysical by Chicago based house producers Autograf. Taking the uptempo dance tune and transforming into a vibrant future classic beat. No different effort with Shanay‘s piece Time. He took the soulful R&B hit and added some hip hop energy and rhythm with sould vibrant synths over Shanay’s chopped up vocals. Embarking on tours for November after hitting up gigs at nightclubs, Daktyl is staying busy, keep up and do not miss out; this artist is going to be making some real noise, be the first to hear it.
Hip Hop mic handler Omar Linx hooked up with Hunter Siegel and Pro Logic for production on his lastest release. Back To You, released via Buygore, has an intense yet ambient feel to it. Omar Linx always hits the mic with such passion and energy combined with melody and synths brings you a song you can really dig into.
Linx can Keep It Mellow too on the other hand with a free one released late last month by Marshmello. True to its name it stay real vibrant with a bassline synth and piano dancing with some vocals that bring the track down to earth. Gotta give it to Linx for not being a one styled one genre artists. Always pushing the boundaries as he grow.
Earlier this month Machobeats released The Mid onto his soundcloud. A real heavy and gritty trap instrumental. Get some good speakers and feel this bass in your chest it is ridiculous. Machobeatz is a genius with trap and hip hop music production and is also open to selling his beats to aspiring individual artists or even collaborating over at Ever Evolved Studio.
Wednesday, November 25th Machobeats had the opportunity to open for Curren$y the Spitta. On the beat pads, Macho controlled the sound and while fellow Ever Evolved studio members Rhymster, Mike Booth and AR of Triangle Offense hit the mic and controlled the energy. Macho entered and without uttering a word let his music speak, hittin the crowd with heavy bass and beat work. Absolute best crowd control of the night. Aside from the $pitta Curren$y of course, it was a great night for local artists too.