PREVIOUS | Visual – Fuck a Party
Chicago-based Hip-Hop artist Visual returns to Hip-Hop Kings with his latest single “The Funeral (50 Cent Remake)”. As the name suggests, reworking the latest 50 single, Visual teams up with producer Jesus Galindo. Visual has announced he is currently preparing his third studio album “The Ambassador” which will be available to fans this summer. Look out for plenty of new Visual music coming prior to the release of The Ambassador. However, you can listen toVisual – The Funeral (50 Cent Remake) on the soundcloud player below.
PREVIOUS | Visual – Steps
Chicago based Visual has presented a brand new single titled “Fuck a Party” with production credits going to Loose Cannon. Visual has announced the track will be featured on an upcoming compilation by Big Herc and J-Ro (Alkaholiks) called “Windy City Antics”. Visual has been featured various times through the years on HHKMag and I’d highly recommend searching the archives and checking the back catelogue. You can listen to the new single from Visual – Fuck a Party on the audio player below.
PREVIOUS | Visual – Me and the Boyz
DOWNLOAD | Visual – Steps
After focusing his efforts in 2013 on his new company “HelloHipHop”, Chicago based rapper Visual returns in 2014 with his new single “Steps”. Produced by Serious Beats, Visual presents fans his first offering via his official sound cloud page (link above / streamed below). Fans should look out as “Steps” is the first of a series of new music that will be released for free while he prepares for his 2014 album “The Ambassador”. You can listen to Visual – Steps on the audio player below.
Visual – Me and the Boyz | http://snd.sc/ONb6pR
As we approach the release of Chicago-based Visual‘s mixtape “Hello Hip-Hop”, we have the final leak from the project titled “Me and the Boyz”. The Hip-Hop Kings sponsored project will be available to fans from 17th October 2012, and fans can download “Me and the Boyz” from the link listed above. The video was shot in Chicago, IL ; Detroit Michigan and Vieux-Boucau [Aquitaine] in Southwest France, and Hello Hip-Hop will be released via Community Service Records. You can watch Visual – Me and the Boyz on the youtube player below.
This is the third track taken from Visual’s “Hello Hip-Hop” mixtape titled “Pimps Don’t Run”, a comedy/story track presented to fans as one of my personal favourites from the mixtape. Visual is a Chicago based Hip-Hop artist, and in “Pimps Don’t Run” addresses a number of stereotypes that exist within the realm of Hip-Hop. Hello Hip-Hop will be available from iTunes on 17th October 2012, however you can listen to Visual – Pimps Don’t Run on the soundcloud player below.
Making another appearance on Hip-Hop Kings is Chicago-based Hip-Hop artist Visual, and this time he’s teamed up with Que Billah for the new video “So Crazy”. Produced by Stona, Visual gives fans an insight into the lifestyle and culture of Chicago, and also a look into why he’s considered one of the hottest upcoming artists in the state. You can support Visual by downloading his latest album “Working Class Legend – Overtime” which was released on the 23rd November 2010 using the link below. You can also watch the video for Visual x Que Billah – So Crazy below.