Sophomore record features James Blake, ASAP Rocky, and Denzel Curry.
“I don’t fuck with my president,” he raps on the protest track.
The three-day event promises classic sets, new performances, and original programming.
The return of one of Chicago rap’s brightest stars.
Plus, hear a second track called “Music Makes Me High”.
Released in the wake of George Floyd’s murder last week.
Due to COVID-19, this year’s event is now spread out over three days.
Curry wrote that he released the song, “Just because we need music and happiness at a time like this.”
In the accompanying music video, the two rappers take turns filming each other outside of a convenience store
As if that weren’t enough, UNLOCKED Part 2 seems to be in the works.
Including exclusive releases from The Cure, Robyn, Miles Davis, My Chemical Romance, Fleetwood Mac, Dinosaur Jr., and more.
The eight-track effort was recorded over the span of a 24-hour period.