A long time in the making, Gerald Walker’s new mixtape, “Believers Never Die” is out. No surprise, but it’s 17 tracks of smooth music, just in time for summer. More production from Taylor Gang producers Cardo & Sledgren, and definitely some awesome additions from Chicago’s own Slot-A, amongst others. Oh, did I mention XV, Phil Ade, and Skeme are all featured on a track? This is definitely going to be one of those tapes that I put on, and might never get out of my music rotation for a long time. Go get “Believers Never Die”. It’s free!
Gerald Walker just keeps going. A ton of people, myself included, are awaiting his Believers Never Die LP, which comes out on April 16th. Here’s a quick preview of what I’m assuming the whole project sounds like. I won’t complain about it if it does sound like this, anyway. Check out Gerald’s video for “Um, Excuse Me”, and make sure you download Believers Never Die on the 16th.
Gerald Walker and Xavier Ruffin teamed up to present another very impressive music video that came out today. Xavier’s style is crazy, as seen in their previous videos together. This one is no exception. Check it out:
I first heard Gerald Walker for the first time in winter 2009, shoveling snow in my alley. At some point before that, I had downloaded his “Evening Out With Your Girlfriend” mixtape, named after the Fall Out Boy album. In the time since then, I’ve watched him evolve to create his own sound, and now he’s doing tracks with Cardo & Sledgren from the Taylor Gang. Oh, and there’s a track produced by none other than Timbaland, too. And he’s from Milwaukee. So, support him, will ya? Download “The Other Half Of Letting Go” by clicking here or on the album cover
Here’s the first official video from Gerald Walker’s “On Your Side” EP with Cardo from the Taylor Gang, featuring footage from their recent tour across Texas with Yelawolf. Enjoy. Also, there may or may not be some profanity. There. You’ve been warned.
Oh, if you want their EP, then click here, fool!
Gerald Walker is one of my favorite artists, so I was more than pleased when I found out he was doing an EP with Cardo of the Taylor Gang, who produced Wiz Khalifa’s “Mesmerized”. There’s also production from Sledgren, another Taylor Gang producer. I finally got a chance to listen to it all the way through today in my car, and I really like it. You should download it and listen to it in your car, too. Or on some headphones, or at the dentist’s office… anywhere, really. Click the picture or right here to download the EP.