Sunday, October 21, 2018

Snoop Dogg Living His Best Life With New Stage Play "Redemption of a Dogg" In Chicago

Living his best life, legendary rapper Snoop Dogg stopped in Chicago last night with his new stage play Redemption of a Dogg. The event took place at the Arie Crown and it was packed with fans.

Produced by Je'Caryous Johnson, the play shows Snoop Dogg, as a rapper, who travels through time trying to redo bad decisions in his life, while accompanied by an angel (played by Tamar Braxton).

Snoop Dogg is also joined by cast members: Demetria McKinney (who plays his wife), Eric Benet (who plays his manager) and a long list of others. The play is a must see and I suggest you go see it.

Meanwhile, check out Snoop Dogg performing his latest hit "Smile," which took place during the show.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Cardi B Set To Headline WGCI Big Jam At The United Center

Dripping in sauce, it's your girl Cardi B and come November 24th, she's schedule to headline WGCI's Big Jam 2018 concert series. The event is set to take place at the United Center, in Chicago, and the concert also features Kodak Black, Torey Lanez, Young Dolph, and more. Pre-sale tickets go on sale October 19th and general admission tickets go on sale October 20th. Click here for more information.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Snoop Dogg Talks "Kanye West" With Tone Kapone on WGCI

While pomoting his new stage play "Redemption of a Dogg," legendary rapper Snoop Dogg stopped in Chicago this week to talk with Tone Kapone on WGCI. During his visit, the LBC rapper spoke on his latest Gospel album, longevity in the game, and more. He also pointed out the good and bad things of Kanye West's recent visit to the White House with Donald Trump. Check out the full interview below.

Monday, October 15, 2018

[Photos] Queen Naija Shares A Dose of "Medicine" At The Surround Sound of Fashion Event In Chicago

Sharing a dose of her hit single "Medicine," Queen Naija stopped in Chicago last night to perform at the 10th Anniversary of the "Surround Sound of Fashion event." The show took place at the Bentley store, in Chicago's Gold Coast, and it was curated by Nathan Gilbert and sponsored by Courvoisier.

Throughout the night, fashion models displayed the latest trends in design, while the city's most elite socialites and taste-makers mixed and mingled to the sounds of live music and special performances.

The event also featured hip hop recording artist King Combs as the opening act and they brought out Chicago's very own Vic Mensa as the closer. Check out pictures and video of the event below.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Kanye West Announces New Album Tilted "Yandhi"

Besides being in the headlines for controversy, Kanye West seems to be doing very well these days. Not only is he working on Chance The Rapper's new album titled GOOD ASS JOB, the Ye rapper announced yesterday he's working on a project of his own called "Yandhi." Right now, no one knows the official tracklist or who will be featured on the album; however, the release date is set for 9/29/18.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Kanye West Confirms He's Working On Chance The Rapper's New Album

The past few weeks, Kanye West has been spotted all over his hometown Chicago and now, we know why. The Yeezus rapper confirmed tonight at Open Mike, in front of a room packed with high school kids, that he's working on Chance The Rapper upcoming album called "Good Ass Job." Kanye also says that he's moving back to Chicago. Check out the video below and don't forget your comments. 

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Kanye West Talks Trump, His Plans for Chicago, & Apologize for Slavery Comments

Last week, Kanye West was spotted in his hometown Chicago working on Chance The Rapper's new upcoming album. During his visit, the Yeezus rapper stopped by Chicago's #1 hip hop station WGCI to speak on Donald Trump, his plans for Chicago, and he even apologized for his slavery comments, which aired recently on TMZ. Check out the interview after the jump and don't forget your comments.