DJ MoonDawg f/ L.E.P. Bogus Boys, Maino, & John Blu
Bet That (prod. Slot-A)
SUBMITTED BY Sgt. Tibs
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Shouts to the hometown's DJ MoonDawg for puttin together quite the lineup for his new single "Bet That". It features fellow Chicagoans L.E.P., John Blu, and Slot-A on the production with the only out of town feature coming from Maino. I like that combo and this is certainly something different. I'd only assume this is a sign of things to come from MoonDawg's end as he's been preppin' more new music behind the scenes while not on the air on WGCI. Stay tuned...
Migos and L.E.P. collab on this track "Dark Side". This track is going to be a part of Traps & Trunks Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks Vol. 59 mixtape. L.E.P. is also working on their next project Don't Feed The Killas 4 that's suppose to come out this fall.
Ricky Dubs and SRNC Management, the Molemen drop "Chicago Sessions: Volume.1" a mixtape showcasing the best talent and the best music out in the city of Chicago at this moment. A great pickup to dive into different artists from the city of Chicago and to get familiar with the different talent that our great city has to offer. Chicago is at its peak in Hip-Hop with a boom of upstarts and veterans all making a name for themselves. Enjoy!
I haven't heard a whole lot of rumblings from the Bogus Boys since being signed to Interscope at the end of last year, but I'm sure they're working on something classic. This apparently will end up on Frank the Butcher's mixtape All Is Fair mixtape with BAU.
Looks like Count & Moonie are headed to Interscope. The official word today confirms a week of rumors. Certainly a good move for the Chicago duo - let's see what they do next in 2013.
“We appreciate any and everyone that’s ever listened to our music, watched our videos and supported our cause. We’re here to open the door for Chicago music and show you what it’s really about, so we can change the misrepresentation of our city and how we’re portrayed to the world. There’s a wealth of positives and potential in our city and region. Everybody knows L.E.P. and Infared Music Group has been carrying the torch and we will continue to brand and grow right here in Chicago. Special shouts out to all the youngins doing it, and a very special shout out to the most promising artist Spenzo (@AintUSpenzo). 2013 it’s all of ours.” - Eric Alvarez, president and CEO of Infrared Music, to FSD