Chance the Rapper will throw out the first pitch at the Chicago White Sox' home opener on Friday, April 8th, reports the Chicago-Sun Times. The White Sox take on the Cleveland Indians. Gametime is 3:10 PM local time; tickets are sold out.
Chief Keef has finally dropped the video to "Faneto," a song he released in October 2014. The track was arguably Keef's biggest since "I Don't Like," and it remained popular well into 2015, though it's unclear why it took Sosa this long to release the video.
Lucki (formerly Lucki Eck$) has been putting out at least a project a year since 2013, when he first introduced us to his brand of "alternative trap". Things have only become weirder and darker since then, but the execution also more precise.
Montana of 300 has shared his brand new single with an accompanying music video. "Land of the Dark" is a fitting entry point into Montana's upcoming album, Fire in the Church, which is set to arrive on May 6.
Chicago has a versatile sound out right now. Lucki (formerly Lucki Eck$) makes spaced out, wavy tracks and “Deja Vu” is no different. He and Joey Purp rap lazily around the rumbling beat, talking about their drug use.
Wale is most commonly thought of as The Untouchable Maybach Empire's black sheep-- the "Seinfeld"-loving, backpack blog rapper whose position among the rest of his hard-headed labelmates is perhaps best illustrated by the contrast between him and the squad's o
Chris Cap linked up with fellow Chicago native Jeremiah for the infectious “U Got It.” Cap grabbed Jeremiah for the right song, as the two sing and rap for the women they want riding with them.
DJ Twin has been gearing up for the release of his Day 1 EP, dropping on February 3rd. Now we get to hear a cut from the record. DJ Twin doesn’t rap, so you know the EP is gonna be filled with features, and “Dirty Money” is no exception.
Kembe X is a rising rapper out of Chicago, and we last featured his track “Talk Back” in November of 2015. "Like Elijah" is another track off of the upcoming project, also titled Talk Back.
Joey Purp killed shit with his last track, "Run It Up," and the Chicago emcee is now back with a "Performance Art Freestyle," which will seemingly also end up on his upcoming album, iiiDrops.
Spike Lee's latest movie, "Chi-Raq," has been receiving a lot of criticism from Chicago rappers, including Chance the Rapper, who called the satirical film "exploitative and problematic." "Let me be the one from Chicago to tell you we not supporting this film