Chicago is currently a hotbed for up-and-coming rappers. The drill scene and the Save Money movement are well-covered in the blogosphere, but talent lurks elsewhere too. In a collaboration with producer Xany, we find two such emcees in nIgel and NePh. With natural chemistry, the two rappers utilize clever wordplay to float between talking on “morphine” and “more fiends.” Their raps are drugs, and their listeners are fiends for more. On the production side of things, Zany comes through with a lovely, hazy landscape to flow over. It’s higher energy than the Xanax and morphine tags would suggest, but the general smokiness of it all results in a great substance track from all angles.