Treated Crew soldier, Saint Millie invites you to enter the mind of a lyrical prodigy in his latest VonVuai produced single, "Never Change". The record can be interpreted in various ways to relate to your own personal experiences. For one, it talks refers to not wanting to change as a result of fame or popularity. It also refers to loyalty and remembering one's roots in our attempt to use careers or goals as stepping stones to achieve success. One thing is for certain, the Treated cult's virtuous one continues to put out phenomenal music.
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!
Chicago emcree Phero in this new single Lords sets out to "resurrect the conscience". He delivers just that in enlisting the likes of Treated Crew's St. Millie to spit some rhymes and singer Vince Nantes on the hook. The track produced by !llmind gives the listeners a conscious production in creating a boom bap Hip-Hop track for all the avid Hip-Hop heads. Definitely take some time to digest this track.
Chicago's own St. Millie has been hard at work (as always) behind the scenes working on a new project and drops the first offering produced by Von Vuai. Millie gets TURNT for those that have no f***s or damns left in stock. This one is perfect for the holiday weekend.
This is AEMMP Records Hip-Hop Divisions third release in the past three years and they only continue to get better. This new project features brand new music from ShowYouSuck, theWHOevers, St. Millie, and more.
Hailing from both the suburbs and Chicago’s West Side, St. Millie debuts ‘No Religion But Up’ as the first delivery from his Chvrch Music brand. It offers a classic hip-hop vibe that fuses pop and dub-step sounds leaving traces of an experimental sound with soulful undertones. ‘No Religion But Up’ combines a club aura with a ‘turnt up’ style that producer DiVon “Von Vuai” Bell delivers (They Love Me and Eight2Nine Ft Rockie Fresh), with the poetic storytelling that comes into play from Philip “The Gift” Outley’s production (Something Good, History ft Nathan Chester). Both serve as executive producers along with Drew Hurt (Hella Smooth Ft Vic Spencer, All I do ft C. Rich) on the ‘No Religion But Up’ project embracing his own brand of style, originality, and creativity.
01. "Something Good (Produced by The Gift"
02. "They Love Me (Produced by Von Vuai)"
03. "Hella Smooth (Produced by Drew Hurt)"
04. "I'm Crazy (Produced by The Gift)"
05. "Eight2Nine" (Produced by Von Vuai)
06. "Hold Up (Amen)" (Produced by Stefan Ponce)
07. "I Can't Decide" (Produced by The Gift and Von Vuai)
08. "Just Do It (A Wassup)" (Produced by Von Vuai)