Words By Emanuel Vinson
Though her first national exposure came through her vocal work on Chance the Rapper’s Acid Rap (“Pusha Man”), jazz singer Lili K. has been grinding around Chicago for a minute.
Earlier this year, she released her long-awaited debut album Ruby via Tidal, the music streaming service more known for its millionaire shareholders than its dedication to emerging artists. Perhaps the company can decisively turn the tide of public opinion by generating exposure for people like Lili K. by helping to genuinely level the playing field for ambitious creatives everywhere. #TIDALforALL, right?
In the clip above, Lili takes the viewer through some of her favorite Chi-Town haunts all the while generously sharing that famous voice.