29

Aug

@TimeisILLmatic is a New Film By Nas Going through Dark Times In Queens Bridge. Here is a Preview of the Trailer ——> http://www.rap-up.com/2014/08/29/nas-time-is-illmatic-documentary-trailer/

@TimeisILLmatic is a New Film By Nas Going through Dark Times In Queens Bridge. Here is a Preview of the Trailer ——> http://www.rap-up.com/2014/08/29/nas-time-is-illmatic-documentary-trailer/

12

Mar

Exclusive Interview With @IamSloanBone at The #RedLineTap #MoThugMusic #HHE #BLOG #OFFICIALCHICAGO #CHICAGOBIZ #NETWORK #SOCIALMEDIA 

21

Apr

 A 25 year old rapper by the name J Carter from the low end of Chicago tells us a little history about his self in this month featured artist from chicago,IL. “I have been rapping since elementary school. I took a break after the unfortunate loss of both my parents in high school and continued after beating a serious case my second year of college. Having the charges dropped was a very influential factor in my rap career. It was reason for creating the OGCJM (Only God Can Judge Me) Brand. It also made me “hungry” and more driven to become a successful artist. This summer alone I have created a hit single “No Kelly.” The video for “No Kelly” has almost 40 thousand views on YouTube. I am currently in the process of further marketing myself and brand by performing in and hosting numerous shows here in Chicago. I am very passionate and serious about my career hopefully I will be able to add these plus some of my other attributes to your team.”

 A 25 year old rapper by the name J Carter from the low end of Chicago tells us a little history about his self in this month featured artist from chicago,IL. “I have been rapping since elementary school. I took a break after the unfortunate loss of both my parents in high school and continued after beating a serious case my second year of college. Having the charges dropped was a very influential factor in my rap career. It was reason for creating the OGCJM (Only God Can Judge Me) Brand. It also made me “hungry” and more driven to become a successful artist. This summer alone I have created a hit single “No Kelly.” The video for “No Kelly” has almost 40 thousand views on YouTube. I am currently in the process of further marketing myself and brand by performing in and hosting numerous shows here in Chicago. I am very passionate and serious about my career hopefully I will be able to add these plus some of my other attributes to your team.”

17

Feb

Amazing Talented Artist (Professional-Optical-Producer) Presents his Opportunity to fans…………….

16

Jan

Chicago rap star Chief Keef was locked up Tuesday afternoon for violating his probation from a 2011 gun charge.
The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was taken into custody during a hearing in Juvenile Court in Chicago. A hearing on his sentence will be held Thursday.
Cook County Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker said Chief Keef exhibited a “clear disregard for the court’s authority” in appearing with a gun during an interview with Pitchfork.com.
The video showed the teen rapper shooting a loaded semi-automatic Lugar rifle at the West Side Rifle and Pistol Range in New York City.
Dominador Lacson, a firearms instructor at West Side, testified that the gun was chained to the range’s firing booth.
Chief Keef’s attorney Dennis Berkson argued that his client was merely making a publicity film and that representatives from Interscope Records were present. “This is no different than if he was in a movie,” said Berkson. “It is a movie.”
Chief Keef got into trouble in 2011 after pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer. The details of the arrest were exclusively reported Monday by DNAinfo.com Chicago.
Just before noon on Dec. 2, 2011, police responded to a call of shots fired in the 6100 block of South Indiana.Officers spotted Chief Keef walking out the front door of his grandmother’s apartment building in the 6100 block of South Michigan, holding a coat over his hands that were in front of his waistband, according to police reports obtained by DNAinfo.com.
When a police officer tried to stop and question Chief Keef, the rapper dropped the coat, flashed a blue-steel handgun and sprinted through the vacant lot next door, according to police reports.
When officers gave chase, Chief Keef — who was 16 at the time — twice turned and pointed the pistol at the officers, according to the police report. The officers “discharged their weapons” but missed, according to the police account.
Chief Keef made it about a half-block before officers nabbed him in the alley of the 6100 block of South Indiana, according to the report.
One officer suffered bruises in the struggle to detain the rapper. Police recovered the pistol, which was loaded, according to reports.
Chief Keef was charged with four felonies — three counts of aggravated assault with a firearm on a police officer and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. He also was hit with a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest. When he was collared, police noted that 16-year old had two tattoos — “Fast” on his right hand and “Life” on his left hand.
Chief Keef was held in the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center until a judge sentenced him to home confinement at his grandmother’s house.
During that time on house arrest, Chief Keef made the now-famous video “I Don’t Like,” which got more than 20 million views on YouTube and helped him land a deal with Interscope Records, the label of rappers Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent.
It wasn’t Chief Keef’s first felony charge.
The high school dropout was arrested on Jan. 27, 2011, and charged with manufacture and delivery of heroin near a school, public housing building or park, a Class X felony, according to police records. Juvenile offenders are determined to be “delinquent” rather than guilty of charges. Chief Keef served time on home confinement on the drug charge, according to reports.

Chicago rap star Chief Keef was locked up Tuesday afternoon for violating his probation from a 2011 gun charge.

The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was taken into custody during a hearing in Juvenile Court in Chicago. A hearing on his sentence will be held Thursday.

Cook County Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker said Chief Keef exhibited a “clear disregard for the court’s authority” in appearing with a gun during an interview with Pitchfork.com.

The video showed the teen rapper shooting a loaded semi-automatic Lugar rifle at the West Side Rifle and Pistol Range in New York City.

Dominador Lacson, a firearms instructor at West Side, testified that the gun was chained to the range’s firing booth.

Chief Keef’s attorney Dennis Berkson argued that his client was merely making a publicity film and that representatives from Interscope Records were present. “This is no different than if he was in a movie,” said Berkson. “It is a movie.”

Chief Keef got into trouble in 2011 after pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer. The details of the arrest were exclusively reported Monday by DNAinfo.com Chicago.

Just before noon on Dec. 2, 2011, police responded to a call of shots fired in the 6100 block of South Indiana.
Officers spotted Chief Keef walking out the front door of his grandmother’s apartment building in the 6100 block of South Michigan, holding a coat over his hands that were in front of his waistband, according to police reports obtained by DNAinfo.com.

When a police officer tried to stop and question Chief Keef, the rapper dropped the coat, flashed a blue-steel handgun and sprinted through the vacant lot next door, according to police reports.

When officers gave chase, Chief Keef — who was 16 at the time — twice turned and pointed the pistol at the officers, according to the police report. The officers “discharged their weapons” but missed, according to the police account.

Chief Keef made it about a half-block before officers nabbed him in the alley of the 6100 block of South Indiana, according to the report.

One officer suffered bruises in the struggle to detain the rapper. Police recovered the pistol, which was loaded, according to reports.

Chief Keef was charged with four felonies — three counts of aggravated assault with a firearm on a police officer and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. He also was hit with a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest. When he was collared, police noted that 16-year old had two tattoos — “Fast” on his right hand and “Life” on his left hand.

Chief Keef was held in the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center until a judge sentenced him to home confinement at his grandmother’s house.

During that time on house arrest, Chief Keef made the now-famous video “I Don’t Like,” which got more than 20 million views on YouTube and helped him land a deal with Interscope Records, the label of rappers Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent.

It wasn’t Chief Keef’s first felony charge.

The high school dropout was arrested on Jan. 27, 2011, and charged with manufacture and delivery of heroin near a school, public housing building or park, a Class X felony, according to police records. Juvenile offenders are determined to be “delinquent” rather than guilty of charges. Chief Keef served time on home confinement on the drug charge, according to reports.

28

Dec

Who remembers #Chicago #TV Series The Awakening ?

27

Dec

@Implicit7 Da Missfit Wed.Jan.2nd 2013 11pm-4am #Angels Video Release Party @ #Hearts 1115 N.Branch -@Jremy24

@Implicit7 Da Missfit Wed.Jan.2nd 2013 11pm-4am #Angels Video Release Party @ #Hearts 1115 N.Branch -@Jremy24

Rumors are flooding thru the streets that a Chicago album by a Artist Known as Los Da Don ( @RealLoDaDon ) is said to hit the Market at a Unpredictable Level In 2013. Featuring Some Of Chicago’s Well Known Artist Like @ReeseG3Piece @ParKayBB (Butta Boy) @SlyPolaroid @Pheave and Many More !!!!! The Album is Entitled by The Name Rich Before Rap with a variety of universal songs with a Astonishing @NFL Super Bowl Theme “Back Field In Motion” to a reach out song for the Communities to stop the violence and a pop twist beverly hills song. You wouldn’t expect this coming from a OG but the Audio Works is sharp & crispy ready to surprise the music world. Follow Day Low and Subscribe for updates on twitter & youtube you will only get previews and visual of whats to come.

Rumors are flooding thru the streets that a Chicago album by a Artist Known as Los Da Don ( @RealLoDaDon ) is said to hit the Market at a Unpredictable Level In 2013. Featuring Some Of Chicago’s Well Known Artist Like @ReeseG3Piece @ParKayBB (Butta Boy) @SlyPolaroid @Pheave and Many More !!!!! The Album is Entitled by The Name Rich Before Rap with a variety of universal songs with a Astonishing @NFL Super Bowl Theme “Back Field In Motion” to a reach out song for the Communities to stop the violence and a pop twist beverly hills song. You wouldn’t expect this coming from a OG but the Audio Works is sharp & crispy ready to surprise the music world. Follow Day Low and Subscribe for updates on twitter & youtube you will only get previews and visual of whats to come.

26

Dec

Friday Night at The Chill Spot On @WindyCityUG  Hanging Out @GoinCaszo @ChillWBCMAG @TeamKweenK and @p_0_p 

Friday Night at The Chill Spot On @WindyCityUG  Hanging Out @GoinCaszo @ChillWBCMAG @TeamKweenK and @p_0_p 

14

Dec

Behind The Scenes In The Studio With Los & Pheave 

I Wanna Live - @Pheave FT. The Chitown Children #Followfriday #TodaysVideo

13

Dec

Chief Keef is public enemy #1. Don’t believe me just watch.
Keef’s Finally Rich drops next Tuesday (12/18), and as the case with most high profile major label releases, street teams plaster city walls with promotional products and posters. Well, Keef and his street team are now in the hot seat for running amok in Englewood.

Chicago SunTimes Says:
Posters promoting rapper Chief Keef’s debut album are being plastered to public property in his Englewood neighborhood, and police are not happy about that.
Whoever hung the posters will face citations, police said Wednesday afternoon as they searched for those responsible.
The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, will release his new album, “Finally Rich,” on Dec. 18 — one day after he is expected back in juvenile court for a hearing on an alleged probation violation. Last week, a judge ordered Pitchfork Media to turn over a video showing him holding a gun.
He is serving 18 months of probation for pointing a gun at Chicago Police officers. The judge has allowed him to live in California, where he recorded the new album, while his case is pending.
Roadside billboards featuring Cozart also have popped up, including one near 56th and Racine.
“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” said Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”

Chief Keef is public enemy #1. Don’t believe me just watch.

Keef’s Finally Rich drops next Tuesday (12/18), and as the case with most high profile major label releases, street teams plaster city walls with promotional products and posters. Well, Keef and his street team are now in the hot seat for running amok in Englewood.

Chicago SunTimes Says:

Posters promoting rapper Chief Keef’s debut album are being plastered to public property in his Englewood neighborhood, and police are not happy about that.

Whoever hung the posters will face citations, police said Wednesday afternoon as they searched for those responsible.

The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, will release his new album, “Finally Rich,” on Dec. 18 — one day after he is expected back in juvenile court for a hearing on an alleged probation violation. Last week, a judge ordered Pitchfork Media to turn over a video showing him holding a gun.

He is serving 18 months of probation for pointing a gun at Chicago Police officers. The judge has allowed him to live in California, where he recorded the new album, while his case is pending.

Roadside billboards featuring Cozart also have popped up, including one near 56th and Racine.

“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” said Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”