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.
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.