[Songs on the Day] 2/18/14 (Feat. Chief Keef, A-Villa, My Chemical Romance & More)

Tuesday was a good day. Chicago finally got above freezing for the first time in two months and a horde of music hit the Internet for our listening pleasure. Starting things off is Ty Money who linked with none other than Chief Keef for the hard work anthem, “No Hobby” while Jose Guapo and Young Scooter discuss all things green in “Cash Talk”. BOY/FRIEND had a rousing entrance onto my personal radar with her track, “Eve” featuring Va$htie and Train Company offered up a new tune in “Step To Me”. Producer got in on it as well, as Los Angeles duo BC Kingdom stabilize the dance aesthetics with their latest track in “DWN4U/JEEPS” and Chicago button-pusher  A-Villa teamed up with Closed Session and the ever-talented Lili K for a rousing performance on “Smooth It Down” and Calez gave fans the first cut off his upcoming Ceito project with “Positive Energy”. ShadowOnStars released a cover of Aaliyah’s “Are You That Somebody” and both My Chemical Romance showed they still have it, dropping “Fake Your Death” to essentially announce the end of the band. Crystal Method also got a remix of their track “Over It” featuring Dia Frampton via the Bixel Boys. Check it all out below!

Track of the Day: Calez: “Positive Energy”

Ty Money: “No Hobby” (Feat. Chief Keef)

Jose Guapo & Young Scooter: “Cash Talk”

BOY/FRIEND: “Eve” (Feat. Va$htie)

Train Company: “Step To Me”

BC Kingdom: “DWN4U/JEEPS”

A-Villa: “Smooth It Down” (Feat. Lili K)

Calez: “Positive Energy”

ShadowOnStars: “Are You That Somebody” (Aaliyah cover)

Crystal Method: “Over It” (Feat. Dia Frampton) (Bixel Boys Remix)

My Chemical Romance: “Fake Your Death”

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.

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