The highly anticipated Chief Keef show – in hologram form – on a secret stage, was far less entertaining than audience expectations. Stop the killing and stop the violence. An oxymoron of sorts. Besides the before act of Lil Bibby using extreme profanity while promoting “How We Move,” “Know Something'” and an album called “Free Crack,” Keef... Read more »
This is the hate that hate made. This is beyond just a murder…this is hate crime. Dylann Roof kills 9 in South Carolina church and the families and friends forgive him of his actions. One of the family members pleaded for him to repent. Another said, “you killed the most beautiful person in my life.”... Read more »
The University of Chicago’s International House Global Voices Series presented AMERICA’S MOST WANTED: Hip-hop, the Media & the Prison Industrial Complex. The event featured Beth Elaine Richie, Amanda Klonsky , Marc Lamont Hill , Silky Slim, Niaz Kasravi, Che Rhymefest Smith, and was moderated by Jasiri X (Hip-hop artist, activist, and founder of 1Hood). Photos by Garrard McClendon.
Courtesy NY Post Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent drug overdose — in the bathroom with a hypodermic needle still in his arm — inside a Greenwich Village home on Sunday morning, cops said. A personal assistant found Hoffman’s body in an apartment at 35 Bethune St. and called 911... Read more »
Today I will forgive former Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr., and former Alderman Sandi Jackson. The two were charged with spending $750,000 of campaign cash on personal items, as well being charged of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and false statements. Sandi Jackson pleaded guilty to tax fraud. Although they bought these items from taxpayer’s... Read more »
It is a sad time in HipHop, Rap, and in all music. We were jumping and wearing clothes backwards when these cats set the world on fire with “Jump, Jump.” In the hood, you knew that Mac Daddy was the dark skinned brother and Daddy Mac was the light skinned brother. We are saddened to... Read more »