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ChopSquad Lil Law : it’s Not Just a Phrase, It’s Law.

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They say you should start strong and finish even stronger. When this phrase is used to analyze legends in the game, many of rap’s biggest icons realized they were destined to create powerful, thought provoking music from a very early age. Up and coming Midwest rapper Chopsquad Lil Law is no exception.

Raised Chicago, Illinois, Lil Law gained an appreciation for hip hop not through friends — but family. “My auntie was actually an upcoming rapper and she taught me how to rap.” Lil Law recalls. “Since then, I’ve been going ever since.”

A fast learner in the art of storytelling, Law chose to use his gift of gab to tell true street tales over melodic beats. Citing fellow Chicagoans Lil Durk and Chief Keef as inspirations to follow his dreams, fate was certainly at play when Law inked a deal with Chopsquad Records, headed by none other than star producer Young Chop (“I Don’t Like”, “Love Sosa).

With a tireless work ethic and a major co-sign at his side Chopsquad Lil Law says he’s ready to stake his claim in the highly competitive world of hip hop music. Although he admits he, like most rap newcomers, would love the spoils that come with mainstream success, there is a bigger vision on the horizon.  “I wanna inspire the youth.” He explained. “I also want the fame and the money … but I’m mature about the situation if it happens.”

Halfway through 2017, Law released his project, Sorry for the Wait that dropped June 23 and will drop Wraff Of Law 2 this August. As stated earlier, started strong is good but finishing strong is even better.

And for this rising rap star, it’s not just a phrase: It’s Law.

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Tee Grizzley & Lil Durk Mixtape Coming Soon

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It looks like Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley is cooking up something with the Chiraq driller Lil Durk.

Yesterday (October 12), the Detroit rhymer revealed that he will soon drop a joint effort with Lil Durk.

“Y’all gone love when me and @lildurk drop our project ,” Tee wrote on Twitter,

 

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Rapper XXXTentacion Shows Football Skills, Jukes Off Oppenant With Crazy Stiff Arm

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XXXTentacion has took over social medias in the hip hop community and underground scene a year ago now. From beefing with the untouchable Canadian Emcee to putting a white kid to the gallows pole, the floridian rapper shows no sign of slowing down.

Dating one of the hottest camgirl just for fun, it is now time to show something else. How ’bout football ?

In this short video the ‘look at me’ rapper is aptly named

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Doughboyz Cashout member found dead in his car on Detroit’s west side

Five years already that the young Detroit thugs had their nationnal breakout on WSHH, after rescuing 2 Chainz ass from what could have been the beat up of his life at Pandemonium. But luckily the Detroit savage where here to show love while 2 Chainz was, at that time, not the household name he is today.

Live & die by the gun. Incarcerated in August 2011, for Weapons & Felony Firearms offense, Roc wasn’t there that night but you can easily come to the conclusion he was about that life … released in July 2013, he had run-ins with the law for falling to pay child support or other drug and weapon offenses but never went back to jail.

However, Rodney Yeargin better known by his street name as ROC, was shot to death inside his car on Detroit’s west side. Police said that around 3:30 p.m. on Monday, the body of the 29 years-old rapper was found riddled with bullets. No suspect has yet been arrested.

Doughboyz Cashout, a brilliant crew of Southfield High School students, which was later signed by Young Jeezy through CTE. Doughboyz Cashout released Free Roc following his incarceration as he was one of the most prolific member of the crew. Roc’s last solo release was September’s Roc Vs Balboa.

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