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F.A. The Squad pitches its Pilot to Chicago

F.A. The Squad pitches its Pilot to Chicago

July, 19, 2011 by: Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , 0 Comments

In 2003, the group released their first mixtape “Free Agents” introducing themselves as Chicago newest hip-hop team. Honing their crafts ever since, the group has never lost sight of their dream. Now in 2011, F.A. The Squad’s music has an unquestionably distinctive sound. Each song is a healthy blend of conscious music that Hip-Hop heads and music lovers can respect, party with, and enjoy. Though the group has lost some members over the years these changes have only strengthened their bond. With TreStyle’s aggressive passion, Young Rel’s confident swagger and The Boy Illinois’ honest and heartfelt lyrics, the group is headed to the top and is inviting the world to come along.

F.A.’s plans for their next project titled The Pilot to be their major introduction to the music industry. With songs featuring other Chicago up and comers like Dave Coresh and BLiNK and production from The Baron Boys, Tha Kid 808, and others The Pilot is sure to grab the attention of Chicago and any other fans of Hip-Hop.

Living by their saying of, “Understand the Understanding and if you don’t Understand then get it Understood.” F.A. The Squad is ready to attain its spot atop the Hip-Hop world. The Pilot is set to drop in early August, and here is the trailer for the Mixtape introducing F.A. and explaining the story behind The Pilot.

 

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