On the new Bucket List Project, Saba reminds Chicago that the west side is more than just a source of crime statistics—it’s also a home.
Also, remembering Nancy Reagan’s Chicago childhood.
West-side duo Sicko Mobb became one of the most prominent artists in bop a few years ago, and their latest mixtape challenges the sound’s conventions.
The Chicago bop king has a new viral hit, and it’s racked up millions of YouTube views in a little more than two months.
The Chicago rapper brought his band and a few friends to the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to debut “Angels.”
Both local MCs dropped new material the past week, and the new tunes exhibit some alluring strangeness.
Now’s a good time to catch up on the latest releases from S.B.E., M.B.E., Breezy Montana, Dlow, and King Kemo.
The Chicago hip-hop veteran chats about what inspired the title of his new album, working with rising local rappers, and getting involved in the community.
The southeast-side rapper occupies a desirable but peculiar position in Chicago’s hip-hop community, though that doesn’t appear to bear much influence on the music that’s made him a face of the scene.
DJ MoonDawg’s new sequel to his January bop compilation mixtape includes many scene leaders and some newcomers
One of the leaders of the bop sound instructs listeners to bop and drop that Nae Nae (among other things) with his new supercharged EDM tune.
Five honors students from Chicago rap’s freshman class: Alex Wiley, Saba, Spenzo, Taylor Bennett, and ZMoney
The new Chicago rap duo dropped IG: We the Guys days before taxes were due.
Yoga for your grimmest chakra, new music from Catholic Tapes, and more
WGCI on-air personality DJ MoonDawg just dropped a compilation mixtape of some of the best local rap songs to bop to, and you can watch a dude dressed as Elmo dancing to one of the tracks.