Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions
May 28, 2019 (Los Angeles, CA) Hidden Beach Recordings’ Unwrapped series has made a triumphant return with its Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions album. Released May 24, the 10-cut collection has already garnered glowing coverage.
Steve McKeever features Chicago-based Hiplet Ballerinas in the video for Unwrapped Vol. 8 selection “Pick Up The Phone.”
Watch the Hiplet Ballerinas in the video for Unwrapped’s version of Travis Scott’s “Pick Up The Phone”!
Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions is available on digital platforms worldwide today and is a family-friendly way that generations of people can listen to the music of today together. Stream the album in its entirety HERE.
Recorded in Chicago by Chicago musicians, the 10-track collection features mesmerizing hip-hop jazz reworkings of Gucci Mane’s “Miss My Woe,” SZA’s “Love Galore,” J. Cole’s “ATM,” and JAY-Z’s “The Story Of O.J.” The LP also features Unwrapped’s take on Cardi B’s “Best Life,” which features Windy City artist Chance The Rapper.
In addition to the acclaimed Unwrapped series, Hidden Beach Recordings launched the career of multi-platinum recording artist and award-winning actress Jill Scott and Kindred The Family Soul, among others. Hidden Beach Recordings also released an R&B album from multi-platinum artist Darius Rucker as well as a studio album and a Christmas album from gospel music legend BeBe Winans.
Buy Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions on iTunes HERE.
The Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions tracklist is as follows:
Pick Up The Phone (originally recorded by Travis Scott)
The Story Of O.J. (originally recorded by JAY-Z)
Miss My Woe (originally recorded by Gucci Mane)
Goosebumps (originally recorded by Travis Scott)
The Way Life Goes (originally recorded by Lil Uzi Vert)
Love Galore (originally recorded by SZA)
Best Life (originally recorded by Cardi B f. Chance The Rapper)
Made in America (originally recorded by Kanye West & JAY-Z f. Frank Ocean)
ATM (originally recorded by J. Cole)
Be Careful (originally recorded by Cardi B)