The midseason point of “The Chi” season six brings pivotal moments for the characters. Kevin is set to move to Los Angeles to further his video game career, marking a significant point in his relationship with Maisha as they exchange “I love you”s instead of breaking up due to distance. Rob and Emmett’s attempt to kill Douda goes awry, leaving Victor to handle the aftermath. Papa’s grief leads him to surprising decisions like becoming a pastor and ending his relationship with Kenya. Jake’s decision to move into Kevin’s old apartment causes a disagreement with Jemma, which is further complicated by Britney’s actions.
The eighth episode of Showtime’s “The Chi” season six, titled “Who Shot Ya,” features songs that enhance the emotional impact of each scene. Here are the songs and the scenes they accompany:
BJ The Chicago Kid’s “Comin From Chicago” plays as Kevin rides the train in Chicago, reflecting on his past. Quan’s “Big Booty” is heard during a sex scene between Emmett and Keisha. Durand The Rapper’s “Leave Me Alone” plays as Kevin packs for his move to Los Angeles. Penzilla’s “You Or Me” accompanies an argument between Emmett and Keisha after their intimate moment. Alonda’s “Ocean Flow” is heard as Kevin, Papa, and Jake take their bikes out for one final ride in Chicago. Rapsvmm’s “Physical” plays after a conversation between Keisha and Nuk and transitions to a disagreement between Jake and Jemma. Amari Noelle as Britney’s “Her” is featured during Britney’s studio session with Jemma. Arrow Benjamin & Marley Waters’ “Reign” plays after a sweet moment between Keisha and Kevin. BChe’s “Camera Ready” is heard during Kevin’s going away party. Aerin’s “Energy” accompanies a meeting between Zay and Rob’s mother. Dot Marv’s “I’m Going In” plays during a sweet moment between Lynae and Kevin at his going away party. A. Rich’s “Life Of The Party” is heard after a tearful speech from Kevin at his party. Vic Mensa’s “$outhside Story” Feat. Common & Malik Yusef plays as Kevin leaves his apartment for the last time, ready for his move to Los Angeles.
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