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The last time readers heard from European songstress Eeva was back in March of 2014. She has been doing some covers and such to keep her fans happy. The most recent of which dropped earlier this month. She graced The Illixer with the record. It is called “11 Weeks” and it is set to the instrumental of “Between Friends” by artists Flying Lotus & Thundercat. The concept for the track revolves around getting over a lost love. Something is very relatable to just about anyone. Get more into the tune after the break.



Class-M is a Milwaukee native emcee who began rapping informally in high school alongside fellow MKE-based emcee and longtime friend Cardiac Da Pulse. Class-M is an artist on Red Division Music, a record label founded by Cardiac himself. The Aria, Class-M’s first CD with Red Division Music was released in 2012.

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J.D. The Chief decided to bless those in his faithful tribe with a brand new track which he was kind enough to give The Illixer the first drop on. The single is entitled “OverFLOW” and it is produced by Demolish Beatz. The selection is slated to appear on a project in the works coined Feature Presentation. The mixtape will serve a dual purpose. It will satisfy the craving of a solo effort from The Chief for his fans but it will also give nods to some of his personal favorite fellow artists by way of guest appearances. So it has all the makings of a pretty major release. Get a sample of what’s in store after the break.

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“Still Love Me” (previous review)

Milwaukee talent ER Kenta (Rebel Religion) has officially cemented himself as a solo artist with the fresh release of his highly anticipated EP, Juggin Thru The Pressure. The project contains a total of eight tracks with only one guest appearance. Said guest appearance happens to be another 414 favorite, C-Mill$. Additionally, it includes the hit singles “Still Love Me” and “You Feel It.” Continue reading after the break to see how The Illixer feels about his debut solitary venture.