Showing posts with label Chicago. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chicago. Show all posts

Saturday, January 2, 2016

NEW RAP BATTLE!!! - "Bigg K vs Math Hoffa" - #THE CROWN 2

GO-RILLA WARFARE presents THE CROWN 2 | 11.21.2015 Buy the PPV: Aye Verb vs Tsu Surf Charlie Clips vs Big Kannon Math Hoffa vs Bigg K Lady Luck vs O'fficial Daylyt vs O-Red Ill Will vs K-Shine John John Da Don vs Young Kannon JC vs Born Xcel vs Heavy Half VOTE NOW for your favorite battle rapper, best battle & more: Subscribe to GO-RILLA WARFARE: Follow the movement: @MzGracieBaby @BigKannon @THAGUDDAMANN @Bigstacks_100 @prettyrickeypr

Monday, October 27, 2014

NEW VIDEO!!! - Lil Bibby - "We Are Strong" - Feat. Kevin Gates...

*WSHH PREMIERE* Check out Lil Bibby on the #InTooDeepTour with TyDollaSign Tickets available now: #FreeCrack 2 out now on Keep up with Bibby at Twitter: @lilbibby_ IG: lilbibby_

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

NEW REMIX!!! - ScHoolboy Q - "Studio(Remix)" Feat. Nas & BJ THe CHicago Kid...

ScHoolboy Q - Studio (Remix) Ft. Nas & BJ THe CHicago Kid Produced By Swiff D MixedByAli

Monday, August 11, 2014

NEW SONG!!! - The Legendary @Traxster Feat. Tia London - "Keep Fighting"...

The first Leak off The Legendary Traxster's "War Is Good For Business" "Keep Fighting" Written By: S. Lindley & L. Bell

Sunday, August 10, 2014


After the success of his mixtape “From Pain 2 Glory” Chicago’s very own Veto Vangundy releases his first new single titled “Keep it Wu (90′s Inspired)”. Listen below as Veto Vangundy pays homage to Wu Tang Clans classic “Ice Cream” – this new release is produced by Bolo Da Producer. SHOUT OUT TO: WWW.VIEWHIPHOP.COM

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

BUILDING TIME!!! Dick Gregory: Race, Comedy, and Justice...

     Its hard to predict whether Dick Gregory will be most celebrated as a path-breaking comedian or a trailblazing civil rights activist. Its impossible to imagine the history of either movement without him—or without his unique blending of the two. In the early 1960s, he became one of the first black comedians to perform before integrated audiences. In 1967, he ran for mayor of Chicago against Richard J. Daley, and a year later for president as the Freedom and Peace Party candidate. The author of and contributor to many politically charged books, Gregory is still a staunch, wry political voice across a range of issues as varied as nutrition, social justice, and the environment. Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura Washington interviews the provocative and always unpredictable Gregory.