[Rico Recklezz disses Chicago Artists] Hit Em Up – Rico Recklezz

Rico Recklezz disses everybody with the craziest song of the summer.

Rico Recklezz drops the infamous track ‘Hit Em Up.‘ Rico Disses nearly every artist in Chicago, including Chance The Rapper.

Rico Recklezz - 'Hit Em Up'
Rico Recklezz – ‘Hit Em Up’

List of Chicago Artists Rico Recklezz Dissed on ‘Hit Em Up’

  • Lil Durk
  • Common
  • Kanye West
  • KatieGotBandz
  • Chief Keef
  • Tay600
  • 600 Breezy
  • Vice Mensa
  • Chance the Rapper
  • Lud Foe
  • SD
  • King Louie
  • Lil Mister
  • Famous Dex
  • Fly Boy Gang
  • Tadoe
  • BossTop

Hit Em Up Lyrics

Rico Recklezz [Verse #1]
First off Reesey a bitch, on Jojo it’s merched
He must be the grim reaper ‘cause his music is dirt
Catch Montana trying to pray put fire in him in Church
Ain’t never seen him in the field, he must be from up North
Catch Lil Bibby on Essex he get hit with the torch
All these fireworks you’ll think it was the 4th
I was married to the streets but now I want a divorce
I got fans in the UK and I got some in New York
Catch a rapper, smack his face just like that’s a new sport
Chance The Rapper won’t have a chance, a couple shells for the dork
I thought Herb a Stone but he pink, pussy, he pork
Folks from Lakeside smacked his ass for dropping the Forks
And I ain’t like Durk since he made ‘L’s Anthem’
He getting money now? Send a couple shells through his phantom
Get some top from Nikki while I’m looking at her love-handles
She say she heard my name ‘cause I’m the nigga Durk ran from
Smack her ass in the face then hold Lil Durk for Ransom
Knock Spenzo ass out and then record it on camera
I know y’all like Sosa, but his ass ain’t gon’ fan none
Pistol whip his ass then shoot up his mansion
Free that nigga Rondo, Tay snitched on the guys
Breezo sweet as ice-cream he work at Oberweis
Get some top from Gotti then i bust right on her thighs
Lil Mister got robbed, then on Jojo he lied
FBG mad ‘cause Dex ain’t show em no love
But they was all on his dick the other night at the club
And his ass washed up he need to get in the tub
Smelling’ like hair dye and cigarette butts, yeah
And what bands do Katie Got
That bitch weak as fuck, no ass-havin’ ass thot
And King Louie always talking this drill shit
Know some niggas from the Dro say he ain’t kill shit
Lud Foe &SD blocked me on Twitter
So that should let you know that they some bitch ass niggas
Sosa gassed Tadoe up thinkin’ he tough
Hit his ass with that twist make his adrenaline rush
Vic Mensa been a goofy on his top like a Toupee
Bitch I’m way fresher than Rockie, you not a killer like Lupe
Boss Top up in the County with no soap or no toothpaste
Catch Prince Dre in the Wiiic shoot his ass right through them gates
And Ayoo KD used to pay for his views
Catch his ass beating buckets in some fake ass Trues
And he wifin’ Dorielle but if he only knew
She let folk nem run her ass in the back of the school
And this nigga Common always got su’m to say
He better stay his ass on the West, just like Kanye
Niggas up in Paris, aww that’s where y’all stay
Go buy a pair of Yeezys then get some top from Kim K
Shout out to big homies Bo Deal, Count and Bump J
Rico Recklezz king of Chiraq, I’m out here err’day
Recklezz Renegades bitch and you is not familay
Hit his ass up, tell God he on the way

The Growth of Durk (2x) – LIL Durk is Having Fun With His New Music [chiraqdrill.com]



Horsing around with his friends and chasing them down the sidewalk, Lil Durk seems almost like a new person. Compared to the quiet, matter-of-fact way he’s presented himself to strangers in the past, he’s downright giddy now. His clothes are simple and close-fitting—just skinny jeans and a T-shirt—a relaxed change from the flashier, all-white, I’m-A-Rapper look he was favoring around this time last year. He wears a sweet-smelling cologne. When he talks about making music, his eyes light up. The Chicago rapper is 23 years old and quite successful. He appears, for the first time in his music career, fully comfortable being that way.

Ever since he emerged into the national spotlight as part of a new wave of Chicago drill rappers nearly five years ago, Lil Durk has had a narrative forced on him. Most rappers, let alone most people in their early 20s, aren’t asked to account for the challenges of an entire city, but Lil Durk, as the drill scene’s most enduring commercial success, found himself pushed into the role of spokesman for Chicago violence, most notably on his grim debut album for Def Jam,Remember My Name. That project drew out the dark undertones of mixtape favorites like“Bang Bros” and “L’s Anthem” and made them explicit, mostly losing sight of the jubilant tone and sonic innovation that made Lil Durk’s music stand out in the first place.

Lil Durk 2X, the follow-up, is almost a complete 180, an album that returns Durk to his place in the conversation as one of the artists who helped kickstart the resurgence of Auto-Tune and the trend of melodically driven rap songs. With tracks like 2012’s “Molly Girl,” Durk was chasing a similar idea to what people like Future and Young Thug were doing in Atlanta at the same time, and, fittingly, some of the only artists who make the cut to appear alongside Durk on his new album are Future and Young Thug. The Yo Gotti collaboration “Money Walk,” meanwhile, is the kind of straightforward banger Durk’s always had in him but never quite pulled together—a refined, pop-structured take on the energy of his “52 Bars” track series. And then there’s “Super Powers,” an heir to the smoothly drifting, technicolor world Durk was exploring on Life Ain’t No Joke and Still a Hitta, cleaned up and refined from years of experience. Durk’s music was hinting at the pop possibilities of this sound years ago, and, now that the rest of music has finally caught up to it, he’s well equipped to score a hit.

Durk recently stopped by the VICE office in New York to talk about his new album on Noisey Radio on Beats1—listen to the episode here—and share some perspectives on everything from working with Young Thug to steak tacos.

Noisey: What’s your new album all about?
Lil Durk: Two Times: There isn’t a big meaning behind it, that’s just what they call me now. I look at it like a second chance. There’s more happy music, fun music. I enjoyed myself more with this album. The last album was more serious. I took my time with it. I still love it because it’s my first album, but this album’s got more potential hits to it. It’s more uptempo—something different.

Everybody calls you Two Times now? Where did that come from?
They just started calling me that out the blue. Everybody has their little alter egos, the name people calls them. Everybody just calls me two times, and then I thought about it and was like I’m just going to make that the album.

Tell me about working with Future. You guys also had that song you did with Zona Man,“Mean to Me.”
Yeah, it was cool, too, but it was through a third party. It was a favor for Zona Man, that’s my boy. Shout out Zona Man. He was like “me and Future want you on this song.” But the last three, four, five songs we got I was in the studio creating with him, so now I know the recording process. The energy was just there. Southside was there. He made the beats, and we were just going.

What was that like? I can see you getting excited just talking about it, so it must’ve been pretty cool.
Yeah, if you working with somebody you want to work with you’re going to have fun with it, and we were in there just vibing. The shit is just good because he came from where we came from, so he understands the struggle and trying to get past that breaking point. He definitely gave us an alley-oop on a song he got coming up on his new project.

Stylistically you guys are closely aligned in the way that you use Auto-Tune. Is that something you guys have talked about at all?
Yeah that’s what makes it fun. I melodize; he melodize. He knows how to rap; I know how to rap. Let’s just go in here and make some magic.

When you were first coming up Auto-Tune was not cool. It was kind of out of fashion. It was just you, Future, and a couple other people using it, doing that sing-song rap thing. Now that sound is everywhere. What’s that like for you to witness? Does that change the way you think about it at all?
Yeah, definitely a lot of people pay attention to it. A little minute ago I was talking to Birdman, and he was telling me, “Rich Homie and them do it, but you started that, nephew, I see you.” I was like yeah, “I’m glad you see.” I like credit when it’s due.

How did working with Young Thug come together?
Same energy like Future in the studio. We got the same type of style: the melodic, we go all day. Me and Future, we got like five in the cut, but me and Thug probably got like eight to ten. Me and Thug are supposed to be working on a tape, Lil Durk Thugger. but he’s been moving around on tour, I’ve been moving around, and we just ain’t going to put anything together. But the tape’s still going to come about.

OK, I have a few quick, fun questions. Who was the first celebrity you had a crush on?
Shakira—that as a long time ago!

What about Shakira?
Her hips! You know how she do.

Favorite accomplishment?
Making it out the hood and being able to support my family. And that’s what I’m doing, so I accomplished my goal.

Favorite app?
Mymixtapes because they have all the music. You’re on the plane, you can download all the new mixtapes. It keeps me updated.

Favorite taste?
Steak tacos.

Is there a particular taco spot?
Steak tacos are just my favorite period. Just spicy, that’s my favorite.

Favorite record growing up?
“Crossroads” by Bone Thugs. When I first saw the video it was interesting. It caught my eyes as a shorty, so I knew that was one of my favorite joints coming up.

Favorite emoji?
The hundred sign because I’m always going to be 100.

Do you remember your first cellphone?
Yeah my first cellphone was a USA La Flip blue. That was my first cellphone I ever had. The bill was high as hell, but I still liked it.

What about favorite tattoo?
It’s my OTF on my arm.

What about your first tattoo and why did you get that?
“Blessed” on my neck. I was just trying to be different. It definitely caught a lot of attention.

I saw online you just got a Black Lives Matter tattoo. What made you want to get that?
What’s going on today, it really got to me, and it’s hard to get to me. How I explained to everybody else and my mom when I got it is of course all lives matter, but at this point the bullshit is going on with the blacks. This is what it is at the moment.

What’s your favorite thing on Netflix?
Narcos! That movie is amazing, the way you can see him running his whole operation like that. He’s not going to war with a block, he’s not going to war with a city—he’s going to war with the government So if you watch it’s like damn he had all that money to go to war with the government. He was blowing up tanks, courthouses. I’m like, “damn, this is how it really was.”

When Music Becomes Reality – King Louie – Live & Die In Chicago [ChiraqDrill.com]

Live & Die in Chicago becomes an anthem for the Windy City

Live & Die in Chicago is one of King Louie’s best tracks that paints a picture of the socioeconomic struggles and violence in Chicago. King Louie recruits Chicago producer Smylez – one of the most well-known and talented producers in the Windy City.

King Louie Shot in December of 2015

On December 23, 2015, King Louie was shot in the head and chest – He survived and is has now fully recovered. On an interview with CNN, King Louie stated “They said the suspect shot 22 times and I was hit seven times,” he said. “Three of the slugs are still with me today – two in my chest, one in my head. The devil’s working overtime, that’s what’s going on in Chicago.”

Listen on YouTube

Live & Die in Chicago Lyrics

[Hook: King Louie]
I Smoke dope with the riders
Doors slide when we ride up
Stay inside or get fired up
To live & die in Chicago
Green light it’s a go, if I tell’em to blow
I keep that metal close
That’s how we ride in Chicago

[Verse 1]
I was made in Chicago. I got paid in Chicago. MUBU
Out of town getting counted profuses amounts then it’s back to Chicago. WOO
Been to Paris, LA, NY to A to (…) but they not like Chicago. When (……) poetic
Niggas turnin in to bitches like Chicago. I’ll mail’em a hallow. BOOM BOOM
Pay hits, them hittas will be at your address to see you tomorrow. Next day air!
Flexin cuttin up they callin me Zorrow. WOO
She got some explainin to do. Yo boo keep callin me Ricky Ricardo. LUCY
I be feen on shawty, all I need is more weed. I get money like Marlo. TONY
My name is Louie but they call me Tony the God of Chicago
Got drillers for hittas. Some real cool ass niggas that ride just like Tahoe
DOA they know (…). A Day to live & die in Chicago

[Verse 2]
They say you can make it anywhere, if you make it in Chicago. CHIRAQ
So don’t take offense when I speak about murders & bitches etcetera. MOVIE
I’m just speakin Chicago. WOO
The media people just eat it up, but really we run. MUBU
Niggas be frontin, they move knowin they can’t even come to Chicago, and they from
Murder capi of America, no murder rate like Chicago
My city influenced my country. Can’t get away from Chicago. CAN’T
They ask me Louie is you go leave, NO I’m go stay in Chicago
I’m the heart of Chicago. I go hard for Chicago
Big Poppa in my city. Get popped in my city. 2Pac of Chicago
But I’m still alive though, turn a white-T piru. WOO
Don’t come to Chicago. You’ll get lost in Chicago


New Chicago Drill Music – (Fairplay} – “What U Mean” | @Fairplay_2333

FairPlay is back again with another #PLAYmix (Freestyle) over the latest hit to come out of Atlanta “What U Mean (Aye Aye Aye)” by Dae Dae. The unique things about this remix is the official beat hasn’t been released!, meaning your email won’t be flood with rappers over saturating this beat (How’d Fairplay get it?, well let your minds wonder) . Now press play and enjoy a true exclusive.

Listen to the new song “What U Mean” on Soundcloud or YouTube



{New Chicago Music} [Fairplay] – Jumpman (Feat. Kay Karma)

Listen to the new track “Jumpman” from Chicago artist FairPlay

Happy Tuesday, today for “Fairplay” first ever #PLAYbackTuesday he teams up with Kay Karma and gives you a blast from the near past with a freestyle over Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” track off the album WATHBA hope you enjoy.


Listen on Soundcloud

FairPlay: Chicago,IL.

Lil Jay – Ball A Lot (Ft Famous Dex) [Leak] – [New Chicago Drill Music]

Lil Jay and Famous Dex “Ball A Lot.”

Lil Jay vs. Famous Dex

As Lil Jay has been in Cook County Jail, Famous Dex has been making moves. Famous Dex was good friends with Lil Jay and can be seen in many videos with Fly Boy Gang. Lil Jay called Billionaire Black and FBG Duck from Jail to share his thoughts on Famous Dex – “Dex my son on foenem.

Shorty was BDK, shorty was with the sh*t,” Jay said. “I don’t know what happened now. I only talked to shorty one time. He said he ain’t BDK and all that sh*t. We all was brothers in this sh*t. I don’t know where the fu sh*t come from. …They say money change some n****s. We been had the clout, we been had the money. He must be feeling himself cause he got a little bit of clout. Let short gon head and do him. We still gon do us.”

Lil Jay Featuring Famous Dex – Ball A Lot [Leaked Track”]

Famous Dex Speaks on Lil Jay

Lil Jay Responds to Famous Dex from Jail

[New Chicago Drill Music] FairPlay – Take Me To Church

Listen to new Drill Artist – FairPlay

Fairplay is back at it with a powerful track that is aimed toward the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Hearing the popular song “Take Me To Church” by Hozier, Fairplay decided to team up with LawBeatz and create this conscious but street oriented hit. Also spoiler alert there’s a legitimate reason why Tupac is on the cover art take a listen.

FairPlay “Take Me To Church”

[New Chicago Music] by FairPlay – “Break Bread” (Official Video)

Listen to the New Track “Break Bread” by Fairplay

About the track “Break Bread”

Directed by Holiday Kirk, Chicago rapper, FairPlay releases the official visual detailing what he’s going to do once that bread is straight and does it the only way we know him to do it, with a non stop verbal assault. Bars gone crazy! “Break Bread” should serve as handbook of what everybody who claims they’re so real should do when they come up.

[Writing Credits] – Submitted

Listen to the new mixtape Norfpole Shawty by C-Tho

Norfpole Shawty Mixtape from C-Tho

Listen to the entire 17 track mixtape

Rico Recklezz Says He Is A Chicago Drill Legend

Rico Recklezz interviews with Hip Hops Revival

Hip Hops Revival recently got the chance to link with Chicago artist “Rico Recklezz” and sit down for a one on one interview.

Rico Recklezz says that he “Wrote his latest Mixtape – Koolin in Hell, while being locked up for 45 days at Cook County Jail.”

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