The 50 Greatest Chicago Rap Songs

39. L.E.P. Bogus Boys "Chicago Niggaz" (2010)

Producer: Black Metaphor
Album: Don't Feed Da Killaz Vol. 3
Label: Infared Music


If you hadn't noticed, there's a movement currently brewing in Chicago. Who is this duo every DJ and Internet tastemaker is talking about? Well, they're the Low End Professionals, repping the "low end" of the Southside. After putting in work for years in Chicago's streets (and the underground rap scene), Count and Moonie burst into the spotlight after their breakout hit, "Chicago Niggaz," debuted on Shade 45 and the video landed in rotation on MTV Jams. This gritty record showed the world how we do things in this cold city. What was once a secret is now turning into a national phenomenon, with the Bogus Boys (named after the infamous Larry Hoover hit squad) getting love across the board.Andrew Barber

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