Bebe O’Hare ft. BJ The Chicago Kid - City of Win

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Stereotypes
Album:
Fashionably Late

With talented new artists emerging from Chicago at a downright alarming rate, the nickname “City of Win” feels more and more appropriate with each passing day. Today, we bring you the debut feature from yet another buzzmaking Chi-town native, indie rhymesayer Bebe O’Hare. On this freshly-minted mixtape single, the Brand X Networks/Latchkey Ent. signee tells the stories of a young man and woman from her ‘hood, describing how their very different life trajectories ultimately brought them together. BJ The Chicago Kid jumps on Stereotypes’ keyboard-loop beat to deliver a smooth guest hook. For City of Win and much more, check out O’Hare’s Fashionably Late street album, released this past Tuesday via FakeShoreDrive.

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