Alex Wiley Releases Four New Tracks

One of the more impressive debut projects from last year was Alex Wiley‘s banger-heavy Club Wiley, distributed by Chicago independent label, Closed Sessions. Released at the beginning of the summer, a steady stream of videos and support shows both in and out of his hometown have brought Wiley to the forefront of the next wave of artists to leap from the bubbling scene in the Midwest. With little new music hitting the Internet since the release of the project, Closed Sessions celebrated a new year by pulling a Beyonce, unexpectedly dropping four songs via The short project sees Wiley demonstrate all sides of his rhyming capabilities, spitting verses over Master P’s “Make Em Say Uggh”, as well as an eclectic gathering of beats courtesy of The Odd Couple that show Wiley is an artist to be reckoned with in the Second City. The recently released songs, which you can stream and download below, are also a bit of promotional fodder for Wiley’s show on January 18 at Reggie’s Rock House in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood, tickets available here.

Jake Krzeczowski

Jake Krzeczowski is a writer based in Chicago. Since graduating from the University of Iowa in 2012 he has written for the likes of The Chicago Sun Times, Complex Magazine, and Elevator Magazine.

Leave a Reply