Seems like something epic is brewing for the culture in Chicago. Matter of fact, greatness IS going down.
Christian Rapper TSO, who is known for consistently pouring into the local Chicago hip-hop scene, was recently in the studio with the Chicago music legend No I.D., who is known for his production work with and for music royalty like Common, Drake, Usher, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, and Kanye West, to name a few.
Kanye West was mentored by No I.D., a fact that is described on West’s “Last Call” on the classic ‘ College Dropout’ album.
Is No I.D., “The Godfather Of Chicago Hip-Hop,” gearing up to ink some sort of deal with TSO? We’ve reached out to TSO to do an interview with him on this. According to his Instagram profile, it appears the situation is about to get serious.
LiteHouse Music Group dropped a mixtape titled ‘Am I My Brother’s Keeper’ in the summer of 2018. It featured tracks by T.S.O. (founder of LMG), Gotmyla, Drea Jay, Boston, and Rapture.
Benjah, Ty Brasel, Scott Sims, Dre Murray, Lucius, Datin, Selah Tha Corner, Jered Sanders, Ruslan, Skrip, Swift, Yaves, and MouthPi3ce also make appearances on ‘Am I My Brother’s Keeper.’
The LiteHouse Music Group general TSO and No I.D. is great for hip-hop, CHH, and the culture.
Stay tuned to TSO’s Instagram for updates: @tso_lmg