Bo Deal Takes A Trip Down ‘Memory Lane’ In Music Video

Bo Deal took listeners on a trip down “Memory Lane” in late January with the release of his hot single. Bo was descriptive in his rhymes when describing the pioneers of the Chicago Hip Hop scene. But for current fans foreign to beginning of the Chi Town movement, Bo linked with Dark Mirror Films to provide them a visual.

Bo Deal gives a short history lesson on Chicago Hip Hop. The Chicago rap veteran describes how he and and other notable artists helped lay the groundwork for young artists on the rise today. Bo name-drops Bump J, Pac Man, King Louie, Leoski D, LEP Bogus Boys and JoJo Capone as founders of the movement.

Bo praises today’s artists but isn’t too happy with the dysfunction he sees amongst them. He weighs in on this dilemma, rapping, “I was f-cking with them younger n-ggas, all them up and coming n-ggas/But it seems like they was full of drama, n-gga/I show love, I’ma be me/I didn’t care if you was VL, GD or BD.”

This single appears on Bo’s “Out Wit A Bang: True Confessions” mixtape.

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