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.
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.
Ebullient bop troupe Sicko Mobb drop their second mixtape, Savage Sister debuts the side project Eyes Behind the Veil, and more.
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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.
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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.
If your New Year’s resolution is to strap on some dancing shoes and learn how to bop then you should be playing Sicko Mobb’s Super Saiyan Vol. 1 on repeat.
Cicero’s Olympic Theatre hosts an all-star lineup of rappers who make happy tracks for bopping—here’s hoping west-side trio S.B.E. get added to the bill.
The west-side duo recently dropped a couple bop-ready tunes with a couple big-time Chicago rappers, and the tune with Lil Durk slays.
Bopping has already swept the Chicago hip-hop scene—all the dance needs to break nationwide is a crossover hit.