@LupeFiasco chicago hip-hop artist called into WGCI’s The Morning Riot today to discuss his Block By Block initiative, which sets out to feed 100 Chicagoans a day for the remainder of August (read up on Block by Block here) in honor of Ramadan. Lupe talks about his Foundation and speaks in-depth about why he’s helping the people of Chicago. Later in the interview he talks about his sneaker deal with Vans, the tragedy at the Indiana State Fair and U.S. politricks.

@LilJonDJ Performance 

Saturday, May 14th

Lil’ Jon, the all American rapper, crunkstar, and music producer is performing Saturday May 14th at Enclave! The Georgia native, has reached the top of the Hot 100 list on numerous occassions with masterpieces such as “Get Low,” What U Gon’ Do", and “Lovers & Friends.” His compilation albums with the East Side Boyz have gained him critical acclaim and number 1 spots on the Billboard Hip Hop charts. Lil Jon is currently featured on the fourth season for the hit television show “The Celebrity Apprentice.” Do not miss out a chance to get crunk and be a part of the party mogul’s performance at Enclave!

220 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60610
Phone: 312.654.0234
Age: 21+ | Capacity: 1000

#NewVideo By @IamTiaLondon “Nothing On You” Produced by @Traxster Excellent Work !!!!!!!!!


Jeremih’s 24th BirthDay Party In Chicago

Chief Keef is public enemy #1. Don’t believe me just watch.

Keef’s Finally Rich drops next Tuesday (12/18), and as the case with most high profile major label releases, street teams plaster city walls with promotional products and posters. Well, Keef and his street team are now in the hot seat for running amok in Englewood.

Chicago SunTimes Says:

Posters promoting rapper Chief Keef’s debut album are being plastered to public property in his Englewood neighborhood, and police are not happy about that.

Whoever hung the posters will face citations, police said Wednesday afternoon as they searched for those responsible.

The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, will release his new album, “Finally Rich,” on Dec. 18 — one day after he is expected back in juvenile court for a hearing on an alleged probation violation. Last week, a judge ordered Pitchfork Media to turn over a video showing him holding a gun.

He is serving 18 months of probation for pointing a gun at Chicago Police officers. The judge has allowed him to live in California, where he recorded the new album, while his case is pending.

Roadside billboards featuring Cozart also have popped up, including one near 56th and Racine.

“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” said Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”


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