R.Kelly is currently breaking the internet with allegations against him that he is holding women against their will. One of the women spoke out via a web cam interview to say that she is ok, and not being held against her will.
She also declined to disclose her current location, & others in her location. All of R.Kelly’s alleged captives are over the age of consist. Watch the video below via TMZ.
After a few set backs its finally happening, Don’t Doubt the God, Montana of 300 will be in concert Saturday July 1st in midtown St.Louis at the Fubar, with Tae Glizzy.
Local support by openers Ism Lou Kane & more. Presented by Mr.Well Known & Neon Promotions for more info click link here.
After making waves across the Midwest with trending record “Sauce,” Dottie Staxx also Known as the Queen of Rhythm & Trap, releases the visuals for her 3rd single of 2017 “Going Hard,” off the Fatal the Mrs. vs Dottie Staxxn project. Check out the Chicago-land Diva’s video below, & follow her everywhere @DottieStaxx Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snap Chat & more updates on DottieStaxx.com.
Chicago Loud 9 is arguably one of the best bands in all of Chicagoland, & after doing some spring cleaning getting set for their next project “Reason” dropping June 16th, they now feel fresher then ever with their new music video “Fresher” filmed / directed by talented new film director Jayy Wills check it out now & follow the group everywhere by going to www.chicagoloud9.com.
Life has a funny way of knocking you down when you ride your high horse. Illinois rapper, Vinal brings that exact feeling to his latest single “Sad But True”. Flaws are part of being human, but Vinal puts his own on full display with lines like “I’m an asshole and I know it/I get money and I’ma blow it” and “My hoe, bitch I’m never home and I’m too detached to notice/I really mind end up homeless” on the pop-sounding single. Vinal shows it’s not all bad even though the truth hurts from time to time.
Springfield Illinois is the home of the 1908 race riot that caused the formation of the NAACP. Growing up in a city with that kind of history influenced Young Pac to take racism head-on in his latest track “Ku Klux”. Calling the Klan out by name Young Pac delivers heated bars their direction.
“That jungle made me to a monster” that’s how OTF/LAFA artist feels about Chicago, in his newly released remix to A Boogie’s “Jungle” out now. Listen to Hypno as he compares his new found success to his old life struggles over piano keys & snaps. Check it out here via Mymixtapez.com were its was streamed over 50,000 in the 1st 5 days of its release, or check out the official video below via youtube.