Friday, September 29, 2017
KrazyYoungKing links up with familiar collaborator ChicagoEbk Media to bring his latest sensual single to life.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Chicago Est.1837 Recently Caught With Rising Artist "Tee Swain". 1. Can you introduce yourself to the people? My name is Tee Swain. I'm from Chicago, Westside to be exact. 2. When did you decide to make a career of music, and what inspired that? Back in 2012, My brothers wanted to rap and they asked if I could help them. I did it to keep them out of trouble. I never intended to rap until one day I wrote a song and I've been hooked since. 3. Whats been the most memorable moment of your grind thus far? I got a few but I think opening for Juelz and then I watched him do his thang live. The way the fans went crazy for him was dope. That energy was amazing. I want that same love one day. 4. How do you deal with writers-block? I just get out and experience life. I feel I need new inspiration when that happens. 5. Dead Or alive if you could feature with one artist, who & why? It would have to be J.Cole. I think Cole will leave Top 5. Cole music relates to my life in so many ways. I just think the way he puts his music together is dope. I would love to see how he sounds with me. 6. What are you currently promoting or working on? Recording for a new project, but most importantly getting my business straight. Learning how to profit from my music. 7. Where do you see yourself the next 3-5 years? One of the best rappers in the world to be honest, but that's on God's speed. Opening up a recording studio and establishing a indie record label. Follow His Progress... Instagram: @teepapi1 Facebook: Swain Hova Snapchat: teeswain1 Twitter: @TeeSwain1
Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich have been fired in the wake of the school’s latest scandal, according to multiple reports. Jurich refused to fire Pitino and both were dismissed.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability Sharon Fairley has told Mayor Rahm Emanuel she is planning to resign to run for Illinois attorney general, City Hall sources said Monday.
Two Chicago police officers who kneeled alongside an activist in a social media photograph that went viral will face disciplinary action for making a political statement while in uniform, a department spokesman said. Activist Aleta Clarke posted the photo on Instagram Sunday, showing two police officers kneeling alongside her, with all three raising their fists. Chicago Police Department spokesman, Anthony Guglielmi, told the Chicago Tribune that the officers had been disciplined and reminded of department policies banning political statements while in uniform.
The Chicago Bears and CBS Radio announced Monday a multi-year extension to keep the team’s radio broadcast rights on WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9 FM. WBBM has been the radio home of the Bears since 2000. Preseason, regular-season and extensive pregame and postgame shows will continue to be featured on the stations.
Sunday, September 24, 2017
The Chicago Bulls and Dwyane Wade have reached agreement on a contract buyout, sources told ESPN, confirming multiple reports. The Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat are leaders for Wade once his buyout becomes official, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The McDonald's All-American game is on the move. After spending the last seven years in Chicago, the prestigious high school basketball all-star game, which select the nation's top 24 players, will move to Atlanta, the game announced on Wednesday. The game use to rotate cities nearly every year, but after good attendance and promotion it found a temporary home in Chicago. According to the release more than 96,000 fans have watched the game in Chicago since 2011. The 2018 game is slated for March 28th and will be played Philips Arena, the home of the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta hasn't hosted a McDonald's All-American game since 1992.
After years of being a fugitive, the law has finally apparently caught up with former Chicago Police Sgt. Eddie C. Hicks, who was arrested in Detroit early Tuesday morning. According to the Chicago Tribune, Hicks, now 68, has been the center of an international manhunt since 2003, the FBI reports. He was ordered held in Detroit Tuesday until he could be brought back to Chicago to face the music of his old alleged crimes, those of federal drug-conspiracy charges.
According to rumors and unconfirmed sources, Jay-Z turned down the chance to perform with his good friend Justin Timberlake at the 2018 Super Bowl. Last week, Jay showed his solidarity with ousted NFLer Colin Kaepernick by shouting him out during his stage performance in NYC.
Monday, September 18, 2017
Chris Reichert, who is the founder of the NBA G-League site 2ways10days.com, reported the signing on Twitter. Reichert also reported the guaranteed money was around 50k, which allows Stone to be a part of the Windy City Bulls if he gets cut from the main roster. The Bulls roster currently stands at 15 (plus 2 two-way deals) after the Stone signing, it can be up to 20 in the offseason but has a maximum of 15 when the regular season begins.
Waithe has made Emmy history as the first African-American woman to win for comedy writing. Waithe won for co-writing the "Thanksgiving" episode of "Master of None" with series co-creator and star, Aziz Ansari. Waithe has also had a recurring role on the Netflix comedy.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Details are currently scarce, but those close to the artist have said he was murdered. Payroll’s most documented moment was his beef with Kanye West, which stemmed from Jay-Z’s “Neva Change” instrumental and hook, which Payroll recorded first.
Chicago Est.1837 Recently Caught With Rising Artist "J-Oats". 1. Can you introduce yourself to the people? I'm J-Oats from the Westside of Chicago, Maywood to be exact. 2. When did you decide to make a career of music, and what inspired that? I grew up surrounded by people in the entertainment business. I knew I wanted to be involved but I didn't know in what capacity. By the time I got to college, I decided I wanted to help aspiring acts get discovered. Then one day I was in the studio with an artist I was pushing and he asked me to jump on one of his songs. He knew I've been writing poems, raps, and even occasional R&B verses since grade school. I recorded the verse and shortly after we performed the record at his mixtape release party. From that moment on knew I wanted to be an artist. That performance changed the course of my life. 3. Whats been the most memorable moment of your grind thus far? Hands-down rocking the main stage at House of Blues Chicago with a live band. All I could think about is how I watched Jay Z on this very same stage whit his band and the House of Blues logo behind Tupac while he performed "How Do You Want It". The experience was all around dope. 4. How do you deal with writers-block? I'm blessed to have a group of friends that very talented artist as well. So when I'm battling writers-block I tend to take the focus off of myself. I may go to one of their studio sessions, or just listen to the new stuff they're working on. Being able to witness the making quality content somehow gives me the motivation to go create quality content of my own. I've always viewed writers-block as a lack of motivation to produce, but when you're surrounded by that energy in the studio or someone's creative process it rubs off quickly. 5. Dead Or alive if you could feature with one artist, who & why? I thought I would never say this publicly, but why not? For years now, I wanted to do an update version of "My Prerogative" with Bobby Brown. I had this thought way before the New Edition biopic. I don't know really don't know why either LOL. If I had to guess, I would assume it's because I was such a huge fan of that record when I was growing up. 6. What are you currently promoting or working on? I'm currently feeding the people a series of singles. I have a single out now, Son of Simon (Loyalty), available for streaming the top major digital platforms. The video for "Son of Simon(Loyalty) is on Youtube currently as well. I'm putting the finishing touches on my follow-up single and video. Just building momentum before I start working on my debut project. 7. Where do you see yourself the next 3-5 years? In the next 3-5 years I see myself on tour with charting records. Hopefully, that debut project that's I mentioned earlier will be at least 85% complete if not released yet. I also see myself exploring other business opportunities that will have been afforded to me because of what I've been able to accomplish musically. Follow His Progress... instagram.com/j_oats facebook.com/JOatsMusic twitter.com/J_Oats email@example.com
He had narrowed his list down to Illinois State, Iowa State, Kansas, and Pitt. The senior took a pair of official visits to Illinois State and Iowa State before making his decision. Griffin is a top 100 prospect nationally.
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
It is the first time since being incarcerated more than five and a half years ago that he has been interviewed. (link below) http://www.chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magazine/October-2017/Blago-His-Life-in-Prison/
Tesla Inc. is building electric charging stations in city centers to attract urban buyers who don't have a garage to charge in. The first two stations, in Chicago and Boston — opened Monday. The Chicago station, at 225 N. Columbus Drive, can charge 10 vehicles at a time, while the Boston station, in the Back Bay neighborhood, can charge eight.
A defensive-minded guard, Young was a junior starter for Schaumburg in 2001 in its 66-54 upset of Thornwood and Eddy Curry, a future Chicago Bull, in the Class AA state title game. "There's an opportunity for growth, especially when you look at a basketball city like Aurora," Young said. "And playing in the Catholic League is a huge, huge piece of that. It's great exposure.
Monday, September 11, 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s third child is expected in late January 2018, and according to TMZ, it’s a girl. The baby, who is being delivered via surrogate, will be the little sister to North, 4, and Saint, 21 months. West and Kardashian hired the surrogate earlier this year after doctors warned Kardashian carrying a third child could be potentially life-threatening due to her medical condition — placenta accreta. The surrogate is reportedly a married woman in her 20s and mother to two young boys.
DePaul took a major blow to its recruiting efforts as Class of 2018 four-star point guard Tyger Campbell announced that he’s opening up his recruitment.
Friday, September 1, 2017
American Monster Guild is no stranger to success and notoriety within the independent sectors of the music industry. After a record breaking and chart topping 2016, American Monster Guild comes back with another classic with “Year Of The Monster 2”. After the introduction of Year Of The Monster series did so well. CEO Devon “Ghost” Brabham comes back and executive produced Year Of The Monster 2, on July 31st and brings along sme indepdndet and major label heavy hitters. The world will get a chance to hear music from Prynce Akeem,Neechie,Bob Whyte,Jaysmoove,Turk,Ran Blacc,Ec2rx,Aviator Keyz,Nj Threat,Dave East,Black Diamond, Rhyme Scheme,Trap Beckham,Slate Stone,Sah Babi,Topsyde,Uncle Murda,Yung Gruv,Luie Juice, with drops from celebrities such as Cardi B, Cash Money’s Turk and many more. Currently at an mouth dropping 11,000 spins and 500+ downloads, the project doesn’t show any signs of slowin down with only a month out . If the artist names weren’t enough American Monster Guild was fortunate enough to secure Nerve DJ powerhouse DJ Pyrex to host this monster. As quoted from American Monster Guild boss himself, “We are just a multi-faceted company putting out good music from both independent and major artists. There is no lane where we can’t enter into and produce results that make the majors take notice”. As he has often quoted “Every year is the Year Of The Monster! (Link Below) www.nervedjsmixtapes.com/mixtapes/YearOfTheMonster2-22205.htm