Earlier this year, 414 representer $killz(#DoWhatYouDesire) unleashed a single coined #FLEEK to mark the beginning of his journey as a solo artist and to prepare his supporters for his pending project Da Game Needs Me. The track has garnered attention from various media outlets and even more impressively has managed to make the rounds of various radio stations as well. That’s a pretty big deal. To keep the fire from the record going, the Milwaukee bred emcee dropped a video for the song last month.
A well done collaboration is a treat for any music lover. It’s even more of a thrill when the artists of said collaboration bring it to life on the small screen. So it was a pretty big deal when EZ Money (Brewed Fresh Records) dropped his latest visual with everyone’s favorite rapper/producer/host Trunk Bussa. The two did a song called “Unstoppable/My Side” which is featured on EZ Money’s latest mixtape, King Of All Kings. It’s a forceful number set to a commanding bass driven production paired with an indelible hook and immense verses. As a whole, the record definitely is deserving of some individual shine. Take a look at the visuals after the jump.
South-side native Louie Z made a big move when he linked up with the Nak Musick family to officially drop his debut album. He and the crew put in long days and even longer nights over at Alpha Studios to ensure that the project turned out just right. This is reflected in the line up of dope producers (Joey D, Tha Crown, Big Curse, etc) and talented guest artists ($killz, Floozy, Loud, etc) that were tapped to lend their services. And the response to the effort has been pretty significant too. Find out how well The Illixer took to the 17 track collective after the break.
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**Editor's Note: The Illixer has been rocking with South-side talent Louie Z
Earlier this year Milwaukee emcees $killz (Sypher Squad) and Big Curse (Nak Musick) teamed up to represent the city in a major way. They created a track called “Solo Dolo” that ended up being featured on the Trap Society mixtape put together by Saul Garza (Brick Squad Monopoly). Which means they got to hold rank along side a lot of Southern heavy hitters like: Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, Roscoe Dash, etc. That is an impressive accomplishment and not something that everybody in the game can post on their resume. And then to top it off, the record turned out hot. The quiet yet durable bass, played down secondary elements, and raw street vibe culminate in a blazing combination. $killz did his thing on the hook with a composed delivery and stern memorable lyrics. The verses are a hit too. Big Curse takes the lead and $killz settles up the end. Both artists came with personable flows, quick wordplay, and elite rhymes. Overall, this was a very official record. So much so that the duo decided to releases a video for the cut. Check it out below.