On his last feature, The Boy Illinois assured us that he wasn’t trying to Say 2 Much. I think I speak for all the Chicago repper’s fans when I say he could stand to make a little more noise—after all, that joint hit our front page back in 2012. With freshly-minted street single BlackMale, the unsigned emcee makes up for lost time, unleashing torrents of hard-hitting lyricism over a moody, bass-booming beat by C.O.O.P. And as an infomercial announcer would say, that’s not all; H-Town mainstay Trae Tha Truth and Windy City motormouth Twista each contribute a powerful guest verse. Pointe: New Age Colonialism currently lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the set as more information surfaces.
Written by richard on 05/14/14
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