Wednesday, April 17, 2019

DJ Pharris Inks Major Label Deal

A lot of people know him as the weeknights deejay and radio personality on Chicago's radio station Power 92, but now, it seems DJ Pharris is working on something even bigger - his very own label.

Yesterday, the Chicago deejay took to social media to share that he just signed a major label deal.

"The deal is DONE! The ink is DRY! The FIRST Dj from Chicago to ink a MAJOR Label deal/Partnership with @eone_musicMe & the TEAM came with artist clearances, sample clearances, video done, legal work done ✅"

Pharris also went on to say, "I OWN MY MASTERS!!!," which is a pretty big deal, when it comes to the music industry. 

Meanwhile, Pharris is gearing up for the release of his new project and we'll be right here waiting when it drops. 

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

[New Music] Chief Keef "Fireman" feat. NBA YoungBoy

Gearing up for the release of the 2nd installment of the Almighty So series, Chief Keef drops heat for the streets. The track is called "FIREMAN" and it features NBA YoungBoy. Take a listen below.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Chance The Rapper Teams With Lil Yachty for "Atlanta House Freestyle"

It's seems that Chance is back heating up in the studio. Back in February, the Chicago rapper took to social media to announce that he's expecting to drop a new project this Summer in July and now, we get new music from him and Lil Yachty called "Atlanta House Freestyle." Check out the track below. 


Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Lightfoot Becomes Chicago's First African-American Female Mayor

After beating Toni Preckwinkle in a historic run-off election, Lori Lightfoot stands victorious tonight. She becomes Chicago's first African-American female and openly gay candidate to win Mayor's seat.

According to reports, the Associated Press declared Lightfoot the winner shortly after the polls closed.

“We were hoping, based on our polling, that we would do really well. But, this is amazing. More than I ever dreamed of. People really wanted change. They were very troubled by the negative tone of the Preckwinkle campaign. Now, people have new hope for a new beginning.”

The last time an African-American held Chicago's mayor seat was the late great Harold Washington, who made history in the 1983 election.