Rock With You – [NDPNDNT]

Chicago artist NDPNDNT has found a second home of sorts here on our website over the past year or so, and this afternoon he is back with the release of his first ever music video for his song “Rock With You”. Prior to this release I was already familiar with NDPNDNT had some acting skills, and I wasn’t sure if he would incorporate them at first, but sure enough he used this platform to display his musical and acting talents through the skits. Considering that this is his debut music video you can’t hate on the final product, he did a great job making this song feel more like a movie with the over five minute visual, he brought the song to life. Watch this brand new music video below!

Devil’s Work Remix – [NDPNDNT]

Chicago emcee NDPNDNT has been doing his thing both in the music and acting worlds for a minute now, and the lyricist is back today with his brand new remix to Joyner Lucas record called “Devil’s Work”. Once I peeped that he was doing a remix over a Joyner Lucas beat, I knew that he was going to excel on this beat, because in a way Joyner & NDPNDNT have similar styles in terms of the way that they can twist words. Sure enough NDPNDNT snapped on the beat and created a grimy & aggressive track that you should check out, press play below!

Suge Remix – [NDPNDNT]

Chicago emcee NDPNDNT has been featured here on our site a couple of times so far this year, and this morning he is back with his brand new remix to DaBaby’s smash hit record titled “Suge”. One thing that you simply can’t deny with NDPNDNT is his ability to simply rap his ass off, he has the rare skill to spit at an extremely rapid pace, but he is still able to make it sound catchy & clear. He is still very young and has potential so I am excited to see what NDPNDNT does from here, but for now just check out this new tune below.

Free Me – [NDPNDNT]

One of Chicago’s best kept secrets is 22 year old NDPNDNT and his talent won’t be a secret for long. Today he delivers a powerful new record titled “Free Me” which happens to be one of the first singles to tease his upcoming debut project – “Voiceless.” We caught up with NDPNDNT and asked a few questions about the meaning behind this track and more. See what he had to say below. What was the motivation behind creating “Free Me?” -Since the birth of slavery, skin tone has decided how heavy the segregation, and how much oppression a man/woman goes through.  Today, kids use skin tones as a joke to separate each other with stereotypes.  Such as light skins are soft, emotional and conceded, and dark skins are ugly, ghetto, and good at basketball.  This song discusses how black is black and after so many years of dark skin and “mulatto” being separated each other, you would think people would not joke as much about it. What can we expect from your upcoming debut project? Tell us about it: -“Voiceless” is about life as a 21 year old NDPNDNT, who is now 22, and everything he went through in the year of 2016.  From …