The Teklife producer integrates rap so perfectly on his new Still Trippin’ that he could bring footwork to new heights.
You don’t have to care about the Grammys to care about Chance’s nominations—you only need to care about the young people of color he mentors and inspires.
West-side native DJ Oreo throws himself a birthday party at East Room on Sunday that doubles as an informal turntable battle with his best friend—and then he hits the road with Lil Yachty.
Plus: Oreo Fest returns with a double-stuffed bill at the Portage, Beau Wanzer collaborates with Texas duo Corporate Park, and more.
The Chicago rapper brought his band and a few friends to the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to debut “Angels.”
Yung Stakks joins King Louie, Save Money, Katie Got Bandz, Hurt Everybody, and several other great locals at Thalia Hall this weekend for a mini festival celebrating DJ Oreo’s birthday.