Faking – [Nina Tech]

Chicago’s own Nina Tech has appeared on our platform a number of times in the past, and this afternoon she is back with a brand new offering titled “Faking”. You could tell that she was about to go crazy just by the way the menacing instrumental built up slowly but surely for the first thirty seconds, before ultimately the hard kncoking beat hit followed up by Nina’s signature flow as she spit a verse chop filled with catchy bars. Take a few minutes of your day to listen to this brand new joint below and if you like it be sure to share this record with a friend! Produced by H!tkidd

Find Me – [Nina Tech]

Chicago’s own Nina Tech has returned with a menacing new track and an equally intimidating music video titled “Find Me”. As she rides around in a jeep draped in all black, the rising rapper comes through with her cold, drill-influenced style of rap over some heavy trap production. Director D_Roe translates the mood of the song seamlessly into this visual accompaniment, bringing Nina’s threatening and in-your-face aesthetic to the forefront of the video. One of the dopest shots in this video is when Nina sits out the window of the jeep, rapping with unbridled conviction straight into the camera. Combined with the video, “Find Me” is one of Nina’s hardest tracks to date, and hopefully, we can expect more new content from the Chicago native soon. Peep Nina Tech’s “Find Me” video below:

Find Me – [Nina Tech]

Chicago native Nina Tech just released a record via Soundcloud a few minutes ago titled “Find Me” and it’s nothing you want to sleep on! The first thing that grabbed by attention on this one was definitely the first part of this menacing instrumental (that was provided by Richelle), before Nina tech jumped on the beat with a addicting flow & dropped plenty of braggadocios bars. There’s no way you can listen to this one & deny that it’s heat, but enough typing about it though, stream it for yourself below!

Loso – [Nina Tech]

Nina Tech’s been heating up all 2018, dropping 2 hard trap bangers earlier this year, “Cash” and “Sweep”, and now following her hot-streak with another single. On “Loso”, the Chicago rapper gets back on her shit-talking game with zero interest in playing around–instead, she gets straight to the point and addresses her haters directly. She raps about watching who she surrounds herself with, keeping her circle tight and threatening to cut anyone off who’s acting fake around her. As always, Nina delivers her flows with cold, cutthroat conviction that makes sure a listener knows she’s 100% confident in what she says behind the mic. Producer Big Lo$ offers a beat that’s exactly what Nina needs in order to go off, driven by nothing but ominous piano keys and 808s that couldn’t be much punchier. Stream “L0so” below and keep an eye out for the music video which is bound to drop soon.

Sweep – [Nina Tech]

Chicago’s own Nina Tech came through with the heat last month, teaming up with Luke Almighty for her track “Cash”. Now, Nina’s following up with another new single, titled “Sweep.” The Southside native picks up right where she left off, delivering cold flows with cutthroat conviction. Over steady trap drums produced by Stimachine, Nina navigates the beat like a pro, polishing off the song with a hook that sounds tailor-made to get a whole crowd chanting at a concert. Like “Cash”, this track just exudes confidence and Nina makes sure a listener remembers her name after hitting play. With two singles under her belt this year already, Nina definitely seems to have something bigger in the works. Stay tuned.

Cash – [Nina Tech]

Southside native Nina Tech has blessed us with a new banger premiered via Fake Shore Drive. “Cash” is about exactly what you think it’d be about, and Nina wants you to know she’s all about her money in 2018 with no time for playing games. With confidence on a hundred-thousand-trillion, the rapper (who’s also a biomedical engineering student at Purdue) goes all in and snatches a listener’s attention with her cutthroat conviction. On the beat is none other than Chicago’s Luke Almighty, who’s been supplying some of the hardest trap beats to the city’s rawest talent as of late, and this track is no exception.

Let Go- [Nina Tech]

Nina Tech is letting bitches know what’s good in her latest Luke Sironski White directed video for “Let Go”. Luke Almighty and Nina are an unstoppable combo and the crisp, dark visual is sure to strike fear into anyone trying to get in her way. What I love about every new visual the Chicago rapper releases is that they each bring a fresh concept to the table but one aspect that remains unchanged is her unwavering confidence. One of the reasons her music has such replay value is that it provides an instant reminder to boss up, so don’t wait any longer and press play on “Let Go” below! You can follow Nina Tech on Soundcloud and Twitter if you need some more heat in your life.  

Codo – [Forti Eight]

We are happy to bring to you the latest Forti Eight x FADEDKYE today, with the crisp footage brought to you by PandyDoesVideo . Forti continues to apply the pressure this summer by dropping addictive single after single and shows no sign of letting up anytime soon. You can catch a live Forti Eight performance on August 12th at 1330 N Milwaukee Avenue, which will also be featuring Roy French, Nina Tech, Dally Auston and more. In the meanwhile, peep the visual for “Codo” below and be on the lookout for more heat from the Chicago rapper soon by following him on Soundcloud and Twitter. (@FORTIEIGHT_)

Let Go – [Nina Tech]

Nina Tech is back and putting everyone in check for those who didn’t know. She floats so effortlessly on the Luke Almighty provided beat, Luke has been killing it on the production tip for a long minute and it almost seems like this was custom made for Nina Tech’s bravado filled rapping persona. Honestly, few other Chicago rappers come close to Nina when it comes to confidence which is what makes her music so enjoyable to bump at top volume, especially when it’s paired with unique hard hitting beats. While her perfectionist work ethic may lead to less drops than her fans would like, the product is always worth the wait. Stream “Let Go” below and be on the lookout for more from one of Chicago’s best up and coming rappers, if you didn’t know now you know. (PSA: Stop saying “female rapper”, she is shitting on 99% of you wannabes.) Cover Art: Nicky Demon

Long Azz Summer – [BiGBODYFiJi]

BiGBODYFiji just dropped his second EP of the season and if his last show at Reggies was any evidence of the effect Decent Militia is having on the city, it is clear the people have been waiting for someone like Fiji to bring back realness and positivity into the streets. No one is doing the jolly gangsta rap like Fiji and with this Squared Hill hosted EP, Long Azz Summer, it is clear the summer is far from over. Nina Tech makes a rare appearance on the Seer produced track, “Trenches”, and bodies the hell out of it as she does with every track she is on. Previously released tracks like the Dexter produced song, “Fake Love”, and the LordFubu x TayMasterChef produced hit, “Do Bettuh”, can be found on the EP. ALLiKNOW and Jay4 also join BigBody for the closing banger “Kewl” which has ridiculous replay value. The dynamic beats Fiji chooses to float over are with his overflowing confidence are what makes his music so unique and with Jose Franco and Seer also recently dropping projects of their own, no collective is working as hard as Decent Militia right now. Stream Long Azz Summer below and lets pray Fiji holds off on retiring for at least …