Chicago based artist Ric Wilson teams up with LA based producerTerrace Martin for some new work.
Their latest EP They Call Me Disco is now available across platforms. The body of work is released under Free Disco/Sounds of Crenshaw/EMPIRE. Some retro feels with some added funk infused with the hip-hop nature. Through six tracks, it features the likes of BJ The Chicago Kid, Corbin Dallas, Malaya, and Kiéla Adira.
'Chicago Bae' featuring BJ the Chicago Kid was a highlighted single from the EP that ensured a tight delivery from Ric and Terrance was on the way. The pulled off a solid Midwest to West Coast connection on this one. Ted Chung & J-Trx came through for co-production on the track 'Chicago Bae' as well.
Following a string of singles and EPs, including Negrow Disco (2017), BANBA(2018), and last year’s summer single, “Yellowbrick”, Wilson was named by both Complex and NPR Music as a “Rising Chicago Rapper You Need To Know.”
“This record is a beautiful reminder the disco never stops,” adds producer Terrace Martin. “Keep smiling, keep dancing, and keep loving.”
Catch those feels right here and spread the NOiZE for their latest EP. Enjoy those sounds across all platforms.