I’m always on the run, but I always find time to slow down and check in with team Radio One Chicago and the Corner to deliver some dope Hip-Hop (and sometimes R & B) from Chicago’s top tier emcees and singers. This week, Common continues his social commentary flow on Running, a song in dedication to World Refugee Day. The Little Village High School students this year have been working endlessly on an EP, Who They Wish I Was with Chicago’s Navarro (aka Scheme) as their leader. Take a listen to their super dope 9 track compilation of student work. And closing out, Drizzy, who can spit and sing them bars, goes 1 on 1 with T-Pain on the soul inspired, Close To You. Now I have to get like NORE, and back on the run eating. Out!
Common, Gregory Porter & Keyon Harrold – Running
Little Village High School’s Beats & Bars – Who They Wish I Was
Drizzy f/ T-Pain – Close To You
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