Chicago rapper Ric Wilson and Terrace Martin have released their collaborative EP They Call Me Disco via Free Disco/EMPIRE/Sounds of Crenshaw.

The pair have also dropped the video for the project cut “Move Like This.” Prior to They Call Me Disco’s release, Wilson and Martin shared the BJ the Chicago Kid-featuring track “Chicago Bae.”

"I was thinking about the house parties I was going to, growing up in the summer and those feelings," Wilson said in an interview with DJBooth about how the project was inspired by Chicago, the city Wilson is from. "The music, the street festival parties, those are the biggest inspirations when I was writing 'Move Like This' and 'Don’t Kill The Wave.' Chicago has a rich band history that no one talks about. Me and Terrace talked about that a whole lot when we [were] writing this project. I wanted to make something that feels like it’s somebody from the land that’s rapping, that met up with one of the greatest West Coast producers of all time. And I’m still here! I’m walking around Chicago.

Stream They Call Me Disco below or over on Apple Music.


April 22nd it’s coming & also today’s my birthday 🙈, stay safe y’all ❤️.

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