This week we have an interview with Chicago’s Defcee, a deeply lyrical MC who just released a project with prolific producer August Fanon called We Dressed the City with Our Names. Defcee is a student of hip-hop culture, an educator, as well as a poetic rapper who puts a lot of care into his rhymes and we really enjoyed talking with him. In the opening segment our three hosts break down album of the year contender Pray For Haiti from Mach-Hommy. We also discuss some of our favorite rappers from Chicago, each choosing at least four artists to form ‘Mt Rushmore’ lists of our favorites. DBRP is a proud part of the Stony Island Audio podcast network.