2 Chainz was wise to bring King James into his project due to the basketball player’s business acumen and social justice conscious, both of which seemed to seep into Chainz’s work on Rap or Go to the League.
The NBA has shown once again how on point they are and in tune with what the league’s audience wants by providing two of the best musical performances available to them.
New guest hosts at Saturday Night Live tend to always get attention, take last week’s historic first-timer for example. And just as Tiffany Haddish was her unabashed, bold and funny […]
Thursday night marks the long-awaited kickoff of the NBA Finals — may not seem like an ideal night to rock on some real b-boy shit, but thankfully The Promontory in […]
Samantha Adams is a pen name for an English teacher at Collins Academy High School, a CPS school in the North Lawndale area of the city It was reported with […]
This past Tuesday Chicago’s hip-hop community came together once again, welcoming friends back from the many eras that built the Chi into the rap mecca it is today, to celebrate […]
D & Davis: The Flip is our new weekly unedited and unrestrained collision of topical talk with culture, politics and the like. This week’s ep mostly revolves around the issue […]
D & Davis: The Flip is our new weekly unedited and unrestrained collision of topical talk with culture, politics and the like. This week features a debate on Jimmy Fallon’s […]
A feature-length film on the life of times of arguably the most influential rap artist of all time, Tupac Shakur, has been long awaited and debated. Not until today has […]
Willie “Rookie” White is a Chicago-based artist who does a lot of dope shit and occasionally does dope shit with WARR. From the author: Hello, my name is Rookie, and as a journalist I feel […]