On May 5, Harvey rapper Ty Money released the fifth and final entry in his career-defining mixtape series, Cinco de Money, which he launched in 2015. Each volume has showcased […]
Local rapper Valee may be too idiosyncratic to sound specifically Chicagoan, but he couldn’t have made the concise, open-ended songs on his new 1988 mixtape anywhere else.
The shortest song on Ty Money’s new mixtape, Cinco de Money 2, is also one of its most memorable.
Save Money rapper Sterling Hayes gets bleak on his debut mixtape, but his music isn’t without its highs.
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Harvey MC Ty Money made one of the best rap records of the past year.
By holing up in his home studio, this Harvey hip-hop hero found a distinctive voice that speaks to injustice with rare insight.
The MC’s latest is one of the best local hip-hop releases of the year.