The crowds at Adrianna’s wouldn’t rock for just anybody, but as a Calumet City teenager Tink won them over with a mix of drill rap and R&B.
Also, RIP to the Shrine nightclub, and plans for sex club in River North are off the table.
Kool G Rap, who helped popularize “mafioso rap” in the late 80s, released today’s 12 O’Clock Track, “Erase Racism,” in 1990.
The best shows to see on Thu 2/13 through Sun 2/16.
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This week’s gig poster was designed and printed by Colorado-based artist Mathias Valdez.
Ishmael Butler of Shabazz Palaces talks to the GTW about Seattle hip-hop, signing to Sub Pop, and Chief Keef.
“Zipper Tripper” by the Shrine is an intense blast of Black Flag worship
Our picks for the best places to be when the ball drops
What’s on the Agenda for Wednesday, July 25, 2012