Bagg$ is back quickly following the release of his debut project Bag Walk. Taking the first track off the album Bag Talk and going the extra mile. Teaming up with OgunPleasFilms, they take a beat produced by RhymSter and Gridlock Andy and turn it into a movie. Living the life in the studio, smokin’ papers, drinkin’ E & J in the with beautiful women. Peak into Bagg$ life of leisure, when the grind causes for celebrations.
Can you put together a video with just a handful of props? With just a few familiar faces, finger light gloves, a dark room and a whole lot of attitude ESSSE formed Constellations. Directed by Brandon Holmes, he turned the beat created by Moltar & mixed by Frekwenzy into a visual stimulant featuring model Afrika Benjamin. A wild make over for the track previously released on his last EP Over The Daze. Essse has been busy releasing singles like Ya Tu Sabe with Ever Evolved and other projects so be prepared!
Anything you can think of he already did it! From music videos in the streets to the skyscrapers, rocking underground and main-stages, touring in and out of cities and states. Coming into the warmer Chicago seasons with an established sound and an expanding volume of content Rhymster keeps it going with new release after another. Pulling out a collab recently, alongside a couple singles and a music video. This is only what he is doing as an artist, behind the scenes is a different story.
With endless flows Rhymster works with certain producers within his circle that know him well and vice versa. If not he makes his own beat as he did with Face It and Don’t in which he had Frekwenzy join. This follows a couple more collaborations and singles from Ever Evolved studio artists and close associates. Linking up with producers Forest Fire, YaBoySlaps and reuniting with Henrik3000, all within the last month or so. Rhymster yet finds time to revisit Don’t to reward it some visuals.
Armed with a camera attachment and Brandon Holmes directing, Rhymster tours the city of Chicago blaring Don’t on the speakers. Turning a simple idea into an eye catching city-scape montage synchronized to beat, they do a great job capturing some of the cities historic landmark buildings and roads. Cruising through the city where he is building himself a legacy, being a boss and planning his next moves. Follow his social media pages and soundcloud below to keep up.
Reminiscing back to Show N Love at Sub T in Wicker Park you have to be reminded of the talent brewing in Ever Evolved Studio. Plenty of recent releases and events coming and going. A couple of independent singles and a wild collab track. We also had our buddy and talented videographer Brandon Holmes put together a highlight video of some successful events and celebrations, holding only a little bit of an idea of whats to come!
The video would be covering bits of footage from up to three events, recorded by Brandon and Canon Montana, showing the vibrant crowds that come to support. Background music is produced and recorded in house as well with the producers and hip hop artists and Ever Evolved members on stage and on screen, Rhymster and Radcliff. Engineers Gridlock Andy and Frekwenzy showing love at the studio with amazing produciton.
Most recently a project packed with Ever Evolved artists and affiliates release a single Check A Bagg produced by DJ Marskiss. Rhymster, Radcliff, Terry Tertiary, Candy Irene, Mike Booth, Safe G and Essse with the huge collaboration and a mouthful ofwords onto a 3 minute beat. A unique blend of styles between all these creatives. Interesting enough all these artists are scheduled to release more independent singles and collaboration projects and singles heading into the warmer seasons so follow for updates!
Produced by friend and collaborator Henrik3000 from Deutshland, that is Germany for the rest of you; This track is certainly Overdue. On this beat, RhymSter, John Renaissance and GQ the Fool, have a lot of talent and history between each other. From collabs to events with us at Ever Evolved such as Can I Kick It and EAT Fest this beat was a long time coming. Over smooth beatwork, signature style of Henrik, closing in on 5 minutes the three MC’s pull off an instant classic, an anthem for our generation of music hustlers in Chicago.
Radcliff is on a spree releasing new tracks. Can spit verses like a machine gun in the studio. Capable of creating multiple songs in a day! Just give him a beat. There is not much you can do to stop this mans hustle. Nothing can set him back, not even genres.
Set Bax produced by Ysness got a real soulful vibe from the UK. Radcliffs hip hop verses dance on that beat perfectly around Ysness vocals. A perfect combination of styles, pushing the boundaries of his capabilities for future projects. Bouncing back to raw Hip Hop Fu$kA9to5 pays homage to the hustle. The inevitable push to do what you love for life and Safi G has more than a thing or two to say about that struggle.
Collaboration has been a recurrent in his work. Releasing some tracks out of Ever Evolved Studio with Rhymster and Young Reyes. Anybody to work with Radcliff can be sure they can be put on to something good. Coming out of Chicago that is a paradigm he is trying to change, working together to create positive motivation.
This mighty duo out of Ever Evolved Studio have a flow you cannot touch. Together they are a force to be reckoned with. Separately they are deadly. RhymSter & Radcliff on the mic for a self titled release. To many an introduction to themselves, to others a reminder of their ambition! GridLock Andy on the production of this track
Shortly after that Radcliff drops another beat produced again by the talented GridLock Andy, this time collabing with Young Reyes. This one starts off raw and ends looping in your head. Radcliffs flows so effortlessly aggressively. You can feel his words and passion in his verses. Matching the beat in quality and ferocity.
Hittin you with a triple threat from the library of New Ezy Era. Each track perfected by the talented artists and engineers of Ever Evolved Studio. Starting you off with a beat by Frekwenzy, a chill melody quickly gives in to bass to make you move. Bob your head to that, it is notably exceptional for Ezy who frequents beats by GridLockAndy.
Easy to hear why GridLock fills his library. Tracks such as Came 4 provides Ezy the foundation to release some attitude over a heavy beat. While Mama Told Me takes it a step back with a ‘laxed hip hop beat for his deeper story line lyricism. Combined, the two artists can come up with some addictive tunes. Be prepared to hit replay!
The Triangle Offense is back on the grid with their latest hit I Wonder. Paired with a music video shot by Canon Montana it is amazing what kind of quality came out of this with a simple idea. Using our own Ever Evolved studio in Fort Knox Studio complex, the trio traversed the streets and hallways of the complex to bring you high quality entertainment. With passionate lyrics this trio is moving forward above the average amongst the conscious rap spectrum, bringing the underground back to light. You can catch them doing their thing at our 5th Verbal Warfare Rap Battle Nov 16th at BLSD Apparel. Follow our facebook page and we will keeep you updated on the Triangle Offense.