New Ezy Era releases his Genesis Bars in a series of recent releases coming out of Ever Evolved Studio. Opening up his library to production by RhymSter and Frekwenzy who together just dropped a project of their own. NewEzy Adds more diversity to his playlist alongside the attitude and thought provoking lyrics of earlier tracks; with Genesis Bars you can picture Ezy in his zone with a joint in hand, spittin what comes to him as natural as breathing.
Fafaa Delvale has vocals that fills rooms with passion in her lyrics that will make the hairs on your body stand. Especially with this song in particular we can all relate to. We all have had our bouts with past relationships. Artists like Fafaa use their creativity to outlet their grievances safely and beautifully through song. Produced by Frekwenzy Toxic Love can provide you a silent escape once you hit that play button! Learn the lyrics, sing along and stay tuned for a music video soon to come.
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!
Continuing the hard work at Ever Evolved Studios Frekwenzy and Rhymster, in between recording clients, completed a 8 track mixtape. The multi-talented artists put all their work in it from the cover art to the mastering. Rhymster with the original flow and production. Frekwenzy aims his focus on production and mastering. You can hear the quality in Chicago Interlude; like fresh air on a bridge.
With the studio running 24/7 the two invite a couple talented local artists out to share the mic or even take over a few tracks. Fafaa Delvale enlightens with vocals that adds some ambience takes the mic on Gamblin and Why You Askin featuring Terry Tertiary. John Renaissance joins the tape on KCVP. Don Larone and Radcliff Right After, this is some one of a kind talent on the list give them all a follow.
The beatsmith, Frekwenzy, uploads a couple onto soundcloud. One of the very talented producers out of Ever Evolved studios. Whenever he is not mixing and recording other artists he is making trap and bass beats. oH, his most recent is an upbeat future bass beat, with female vocal samples melodically repeated while synths run beneath alongside the beat. While this song is upbeat, Light Work released a couple days earlier is a heavy bass trap beat. You can lose yourself between all the low humming sounds between beats and snares. Both would make a crowd go.
Triangle Offense are making there way to the limelight with talent pumpin in their veins. Consisting of Aux A.R., Rhymster & Mike Booth these guys are reaching for all aspects of the industry. From producing their own music to writing their own lyrics and coordinating their own events, they really are the jack of all trades.
The Trio is getting ready to take over the summer. Over the months they have been building their portfolio, practicing and rehearsing for live sets. Taking their music to fans and artists alike at Ever Evolved events and making connections, they have made their way to the lineup of the Cruisin USA Curren$y tour where they will perform at the Metro alongside the $pitta June 1st. A feat reached on their own, they will have a chance to unleash their unreleased tracks off their upcoming summer mixtape Jack of All Trades to the unsuspecting mass. This will be the 2nd time to performing on a Curren$y tour lineup; the first being at Portage Theater.
This mixtape is packed with energy and local Chicago talent. Their Interlude with the Shaman Mista Dent alone fills you with adrenaline by the end of this track you will be on your feet! Most recently releasing Want Us Round featuring Jimmy Capeesh and Fly Dubb for a free download, laying down some chill vibes and smooth production by Frekwenzy and Triangle MC Rhymster himself; the Trio is proving to be muli-talented from networking and working on their own music from start to finish. Is Chicago ready for the Trianle Offense?
Straight outta Chicago Kid Med pops out with a bumpin hip hop track. Working with Frekwenzy & Rhymster from Ever Evolved studio. Kid has been working day and night on new music in the studio. This is just the first of many tracks to hear from this artist. Catch more of his work at open mics in places like SubT in Wicker Park from the man himself. You will be hearing more from this aspiring Kid Med in the coming months Chicago!
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Out of Ever Evolved studios, Frekwenzy invites Rhymster, Gridlock Andy and Mike Booth to produce some quality instrumental beats. He then brings along Cameron to work the saxophone, putting the finishing touch on this beat that makes it ever so chill and soulful. Frekwenzy has been apart of many productions coming out of the studio from music to art and events. You might even get to work with him after coming to one of our monthly events in Chicago. Or applying for studio services. Type in his name in our search bar and you will see, or check out his soundcloud. Time well spent puttin on some headphones to this artists playlist.
Back with a preview of his upcoming Hip Hop project Linguistic Rhetoric, Rhymster showcases his hip-hop talent over a smooth and chopped up beat mixed by Frekwenzy thats just Raw. Just a little teaser of what is coming from him and it is so chill and addicting, makes you crave his next project! Ya heard last from RhymS when he dropped Ya Playin with SAK crew member and hip hop MC SamIAm and his single Ill Be… produced by Henrik3000. It will not be long though before RhymSter is a complete solo project, if he so chooses, working on his own beats in the studio. There is always something new to be learned in the world of music. Stay tuned for RhymS to drop Linguistic Rhetoric and other material, his work is only getting better! Do not forget to grab Raw for a free download either and catch him at open Mics at Lily’s and Sub T in Chicago!
Local Chicago Hip Hop MC RhymSter is stirring up quite the buzz around the underground scene. Since the release of his last singles You Don’t Know and Can’t Fuck With Us RhymS has been busy making more music, networking and doing shows around Chicago and getting his name and brand out there. These days you can catch him bouncing around open mics in Chicago between Lily’s on Lincoln and Halsted and Subterranean in Wicker Park. With this ambition he has been turning heads and gainin some street cred.
While building a good name for himself at open mics, underground Chicago artists from SAK Crew have taken notice to RhymSters talents . One thing leads to another and RhymS and the SAK Crew start doing shows together. Recently headlining a show at the Cubby Bear in Wrigleyville, RhymSter invited SamIAm the MC from SAK, an off the top Freestyler, MTV World Rap Battle finalist and BET‘s 106 & Park Freestyle Friday Hall of Famer, onto the stage to cap off a wicked set. It was not long before RhymS was initiated a member of their crew.
While RhymS chit chats with the local artists, gaining support for total world control, he has also been hard at work making beats with those same artists. Just a few days ago releasing Ya’ Playin, a head bopper with SamIAm the Mc, produced by the talented Hip Hop producer and RhymSters go to beat maker from Germany, Henrik3000. Also givin away another collab for free, Yin & Yang, produced by Frekwenzy and Sandlot MC L.x.
With all this being said, it is only the beginning for RhymSter. He has so much more planned. Linguistic Rhetoric, an EP in the works, straight hip hop, is gonna be a must if you love that creative flow. More work with Henrik3000, MachoBeatz. Shows, of course, you have to catch RhymS at one of the freestyle open mics at SubT, or Lily’s or where ever he finds one, no place is safe. Or you know you can wait for a tour. He knows how to catch a crowd, even from the top of his dome.