The first of the 3 was Fanaticus' project, Awakening. He released this project back in May, and has been getting a lot of good reviews on it. Personally, I believe this is his best project to date, and it's definitely worth the listen. This is more of a self reflection project about where he's come from and where he believes he's going as he spent his first year living alone in Chicago.
Then, I released my own project, the third installment of my S.A.D. Volume series, a quick stop halfway between Vol. 2 and Vol. 3, S.A.D. Vol. 2.5: West and Main St. This project is a compilation of 3 separate EPs I had been planning on making, but at the rate I was making these EPs, I decided to put them all together as a 3 part album. The first part is 2.5 West St, and its a continuation of my last project, West St, and it was made because I felt like that was a happier project and I had some more darker sounding song ideas that never made the cut. The next part is 2.1 Main St. This is a mini story about the beginning of my sophomore year dealing with heartbreak from a girl that just strung me along. We're friends now that school is over, but that first semester, she made my life hell emotionally and mentally, and it almost caused me to flunk out of college. The last part is 2.9 Extras, which are just 3 bonus tracks that I made throughout the year.
Finally, there is Jamil's highly anticipated Season 3 Part 1. Along with this project, Jamil, launched his official website thejamilshow.com and you can check that out in the link within Season 3 above. Jamil's project is also a self reflection about his time at Xavier University into his decision to transfer and about his self doubt in his music to remembering why he started music in the first place.
I recommend listening to all three projects as the uniqueness of each project shows a different sound that compiles the Young Kings as who they are as a whole.