Interscope rap group L.E.P. Bogus Boys are OG’s in the game. So it’s in their duty to spread knowledge and wisdom to their fellow Chi Town rap counterparts
The “It’s On Me” rappers believe the power is in the hands of the Windy City’s rappers to end violence and bring about unity in the city:
“Man I’m urging the rappers to unite people you don’t have to be friends to split a million.
“They shorties be hating on each other and embracing whack mfs. Embrace your on and embrace others so the market can grow.
“Man when was the last time you retweeted a Chicago rapper just because he working hard but yall be wanting help. U only good as the ast person u helped.
“Man I’m wondering if we stepped in an put our rep on the line could we bring peace and unit the city? Because rap is getting mfs killed.
“Chicago problem is we beef before the money we start beefing. Get a milticket with me first then let’s beef,” the duo wrote.
Gun violence has long plagued the city of Chicago. Many residents have renamed the Windy City “Chiraq” for its high rate of violence. Chicago, according to statistics, has a higher homicide rate than Kabul, Afghanistan.
In 2012 alone, the city recorded 506 murders. The city has recorded 338 homicides thus far this year.
The L.E.P. Bogus Boys are preparing the fourth installment of their “Don’t Feed The Killaz” series. The project had an initial release date of Aug. 8, but ultimately was pushed back.
But Chi Town’s own rap duo Count and Moonie assured fans “Don’t Feed The Killaz 4” will be dropping soon. The project will have a slew of the industry’s highly touted MCs, including, T.I, Future, ASAP Rocky, Mac Miller and Young Jeezy, to name a few.
Check out L.E.P. Bogus Boys “It’s On Me” official music video
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