A two-for-one from the Chicago band mates.
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Directed by Austin Vesely. Following the disappointing news of the Kids These Days breaking up, former front-man Vic Mensa drops off some new visuals off his upcoming solo project, INNANETAPE. PREVIOUS: Chance the Rapper - Cocoa Butter Kisses f. Vic Mensa & Twista
Dammit! In what I'm sure comes as a shock to many of us, Vic Mensa just revealed to XXL that the (incredibly talented) Chicago collective Kids These Days has official broken up. It’s never going to be an “I hate you” type of situation. For the most part it’s a happy settlement. There were certain
The Windy City Band rocked the crowd during a lively performance of "Bud Billiken" from their Traphouse Rock LP which, if you haven't copped yet (and I have no idea why you wouldn't...), is out now. PREVIOUS: Kids These Days Decode “Who Do U-Luv” (Video)
Chance the Rapper and Kids These Days recently wrapped up their March Madness Tour and video-man Austin Vesely provides a recap of their time on the road. Do remember, the "should've been XXL Freshman" will be dropping his Acid Rap project on April 30th! PREVIOUS: Chance The Rapper: Doing Acid In Mexico (Video) | Chance
Kids These Days is next up on Life+Times' Decoded series. And in the clip above the Chicago collective performs and breaks down their Traphouse Rock single "Who Do U-Luv". PREVIOUS: Alex Wiley – Jerseys & Loafers f. Vic Mensa (prod. Chuck Inglish)
Back in November, Kids These Days put on for a sold-out crowd at The Vic Theatre in their hometown of Chicago. Check the clip above as the crew performs "Bud Biliken" from their Traphouse Rock LP (which made our 2dope Year End List).
Yesterday, the talented groups from the Chi and Brooklyn link up for an ode to Ms. Mary Jane. Hopefully this isn't the first and only time they guys get together as this is quite dope..
Directed by Austin Vesely. On the latest visual from their Traphouse Rock project, the Kids from the Chi take comfort in their miniaturized lifestyle in the corner of a dark basement.
The Vic Theater played host to the Kids' sold-out show in the Windy City, and thanks to TEHO Media (up top) and HOTC TV (down bottom) you can catch what went down. Props to FSD.
And with the 30th of October, the Chicago collective comes through as promised with their new album. Hell yes! Hit the jump for the tracklist/download link.