Chicago-based hip hop collective, Pivot Gang releases new song ‘Houdini‘ featuring the Mind.
Formed by a collective of independent rappers based out the west side of Chicago, Pivot Gang originated from the Austin neighbourhood around 2012. It was founded by 2 brothers, Saba and Joseph Chilliams, their cousin John Walt, and their high school friend MFnMelo.
The Pivot Gang, who have been busy bringing their show on the road, give a fresh hit from the ‘Two-Piece Tour Pack‘ album with “Houdini,” featuring contributing vocals from R&B singer the MIND.
In a recent Instagram post, Pivot Gang announced the release of their new song ‘Houdini‘ and the ‘SoHo Freestyle‘ featuring KOTA The Friend.
Co-produced with Daoud, the song sounds more contemplative, with a soulful hook, and full of creative punchlines.
From the flow of the song, MfnMelo pays homage to the ‘white folks‘; “This is for them white folks, gangstas and them thugs.“
As expected with all releases from the Pivot Gang, “Houdini” is lined with Quotables from top-to-bottom.
At Family Tree, tryna get something to eat
Like self-defence class, she go straight for the D
Ass got me on brick, that’s what they threw at Dr. King
Ask to lift up my shirt, like it’s caught up on the swing
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