“All dependin on how my day go…my day go…I might come up on a bank roll…a bank roll…comin from alleys & back blocks…back blocks…(Day Goes)”
The Boy Illinois has just released his much anticipated mixtape Dusable. The tape is brought to you by Fake Shore Drive & The Ambulance Factory. Named for the man credited with founding Chicago, this tape definitely does him & his city proud.
The initial effect of the tape is to set a mood. Driven by The Boy Illinois’ cool demeanor, swagger, & essence, the soul of it is profoundly dope. Here you have an MC repping with the signature Chicago bravado. Chicago has the slightly country, incredibly modern, throwback cool that makes it so culturally significant & The Boy Illinois is bringing it all on this tape.
It starts in cool with a laidback flow & equally mellow production. He comes in rapping about kicking it in Chitown’s streets. He then eases into something nice for the ladies, pulling off to some riding, chilling, getting it music before coming in with some heavy bars. It’s a good time, but it’s also about business. If this is your first time getting into The Boy Illinois you will certainly be impressed.
Dusable features appearances by Trae The Truth, Twista, & multiple collaborations wit Dre Skonie, with feature & production by DGainz. You can ride straight into cuffing season with this one. It’s a generally pleasant experience that’s has the sound of something major.
Shout out to Swank Publishing!
Listen to Dusable below: