Illy Octane & Tee Milly Release “I.N.D” Music Video

Illy Octane Tee Milly
Illy Octane & Tee Milly

ILLY OCTANE and TEE MILLY linked up and blessed us with a new visual for their hit anthem “I.N.D.” this week. The Naptown MC’s are a dope duo that were able to produce a track that further put the state on the map in terms of Hip-Hop representation.

Illy Octane Tee Milly I.N.D.

The single is from the project Bar Budeez which is gaining streams on music platforms. The visuals capture several notable locations in Indianapolis, including Long’s Bakery and Lucas Oil Stadium. Octane & Milly ride the track while displaying Naptown swag.

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Visual from “I.N.D.” video shoot

The visual was shot by Justin Sutton (Planet 8 Productions) and it’s a track that deserves a replay. From the soulful sample to the intro of how they devised the hook, “I.N.D.” is a banger! Check out the official music video down below!


Illy Octane

Instagram (@illy_octane) & YouTube (Illy Octane)

Tee Milly

Instagram (@_richermilly_) & Rich Harvest Music

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Gunna Released After Pleading Guilty to RICO Charge

Gunna is a free man. He was released from jail after pleading guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges. In a sweeping gang indictment, rapper Young Thug and several other alleged members of the Young Slime Life (YSL) criminal street gang.

The Atlanta rapper entered a negotiated plea. Also known as an Alford plea, it’s when a defendant doesn’t admit they committed the crime, but acknowledges that it’s in their best interest to plead guilty. The charge Gunna faced was one count of conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corruption Act (RICO).


Gunna was sentenced to five years with one year served in prison. Upon the guilty plea, the one-year was commuted to time served. The four years remaining on his sentence were suspended. He will be subject to special conditions, including 500 hours of community service.

Gunna personally released a statement, saying:

“While I have agreed to always be truthful, Gunna wants to make it perfectly clear that he has NOT made any statements. I have NOT been interviewed. He hasn’t cooperated. He hasn’t agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in the case. I have absolutely NO intention of being involved in the trial process in any way.”

Gunna released after pleading guilty to RICO charge


Artist and fans took to social media, expressing their ideas and thoughts on Gunna choice to take a plea deal. Some people are saying he has incriminated Young Thug and the YSL camp. He is now being titled a snitch amongst the Hip-Hop community.

Gunna released after pleading guilty to RICO charge
Young Thug – Gunna

Gunna’s lawyers made statements on social media. Regarding his decision they state that Gunna is not snitching or incriminating his label executives or label mates. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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