Fairplay returns with that wordplay that fans have come to adore with his latest joint “I Got The City“. Produced by Law Beatz, he gives us insight on what it’s like be a heavy presence in the city of Chicago. Fairplay is setting the bar high kicking off 2017.
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With so much going on his hometown, he stays focused on his craft. He not only amazes his listeners with new music, but delivers some dope artwork to go along with it by GodHenry.
Also checkout his first mixtape dropped earlier this year “Family And Money INT” on Soundcloud and Datpiff.
Check out Chicago’s very own artist, FairPlay – Live from Salsa Latina Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Fairplay is also featured on our official Chiraq Drill Music SoundCloud playlist, featuring over 4 hours of only the best Chicago drill tracks.
As an early Birthday present to the Godfather of Gangster Rap, Eazy E!Fairplay teams up with with Chicago producer – The Puppet Master to be a living witness that “Bangin N Slangin” and gangster rap is still alive and kicking.
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
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.
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.
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.