The Teklife producer integrates rap so perfectly on his new Still Trippin’ that he could bring footwork to new heights.
By showing love to potential stars as well as certified sensations, hip-hop outlet Lyrical Lemonade has built a community alongside its brand.
Writer, drummer, and emcee Brian Costello closes the book on two decades in Chicago, Nasim Williams throws a free 12-hour party at Madison Public House, and more.
Today Nasim Williams drops “Want It All,” a collaboration with L’s, Ly-key on the Beat, and Cam’ron.
This Friday, GOOD Music drops the first album the former Hollywood Holt is releasing in his postpunk incarnation Hxlt.
The Chicago hip-hop scene pays tribute to a DJ who helped make it the community it is today.
A nightclub party starter, WGCI radio personality, and scene linchpin, DJ Timbuck2 died Saturday at age 34.
The veteran local rap producer recruits a bevy of Chicago MCs to record “Put the Guns Down.”
Teklife and Treated Crew bring their collaboration to the stage, Hausu Mountain erupts again with three oddball tapes, and more.
Here’s the breakdown for Afropunk’s one-off Chicago bash, plus all the info you need to see it.
Treated Crew rapper Mic Terror leads the charge on this collaborative EP, a blend of hip-hop and footwork that can be traced back to his coming-of-age in Chicago’s south suburbs.
Two new releases from a Toronto rap king and a rising Chicago hip-hop duo stretch the definition of the mixtape in the digital age.
The Chicago producer died before the music he helped define could break out, but he’s still inspiring his Teklife crew—which is releasing a compilation to benefit his young son.
Caleb James grew up in his father’s studio, and now he’s ready to join his friends Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa in the spotlight.
Boots Riley of the Coup lays some truth on straightedge Chicago party rapper ShowYouSuck.