Posts tagged "DJ FINK"
Once again I owe my son to keeping me relevant with all of the new Rappers. Last week we went to see Mick Jenkins and this week we are here in Milwaukee to see Chance The Rapper. The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee never lets a fan down. The staff is on point, Shout out to... Read more »
I miss you Ja Rule, and I apologize. I thought good Hip Hop and R&B would be the norm in the future. I took Bad Boy, Murder Inc, So So Def, The Def Squad, as well as the Wu Tang Clan, NWA, BDP, Public Enemy and all the other 90’s Hip Hop and R&B groups... Read more »
It felt good to get back on the grind and attend a star studded event in Chicago last night at the Vertigo Lounge. I must say the rooftop space is really nice. I felt like a baller! I tried to give my mean mug, Puff Daddy billion dollar grin. All that came out though was... Read more »
Man I remember being in Catholic School and bringing my new electronic Mr. Quarterback to school to show my friends. We used to play our electronic games during the break in-between the teachers coming to our classroom. (Remember those days when the teachers came to you?) Anyway my buddies Michael Harris, Kevin Gipson and I... Read more »
As I was writing this blog I saw that Joe Cocker has just died at the age of 70. You can read more about Joe Cocker here. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-30582761 Music was and is the greatest equalizer when it comes to race relations and if you can sing it doesn’t matter what color you are because... Read more »
You have all been there. At a club, a friends basement, a coffee shop, or in your car when you heard someone who thought they were a DJ playing something they should not have been playing. How many times can you play the Percolator, Single Ladies, or that Taylor Swift song at the same party?... Read more »
I had the original computer box you made! It was a smaller computer but was able to do word processing better than the model you based it on, (XEROX-we know the story). I used the global village modem that ran at an impressive 56K inside your Centris 650! I had the PowerMac 8500AV that allowed... Read more »
I remember moving from Manchester Knolls, away from my super best friend Patty McCree, and my life long friend Alan Turner, to 18th and Seymour to the first house my mom got in North Chicago. There were many kids around my age in the neighborhood and surrounding areas to befriend. JJ Thompson, Mark Beasley, Derrick... Read more »
“THESE RICKETTS LOVE SOSA” In my Chief Keef voice! My current love may be DJing, but my first love will always be the Chicago Cubs. I grew up watching the Cubs. Rushing home after middle school to hear Jack Brickhouse, Milo Hamilton, Lou Boudreau, Steve Stone, and of course, Harry Caray. Harry Caray made it... Read more »
This week I wanted to do something different with the column that would be informative as well as interesting. I searched through all of the music I had been made aware of, whether physical or digital, and contacted the artist whose sound had me so intrigued I had to write about it. Yes, I mean... Read more »
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