President Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago. A number of politicians, dignitaries, journalists and entertainers were in attendance, including
Chicago rappers Taylor Bennett (Chance the Rapper’s brother) and King Louie performed together at The Metro for Taylor’s sold-out holiday
Taylor Bennett performs at his sold-out concert in Chicago at The Metro.
Chicago native and actor Cory Hardrict and filmmaker Qasim Basir talked to the students of Percy L. Julian High School
Photo Credit: Melanie L. Brown for Steed Media True Star Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides media, arts and
Photo credit: Melanie L. Brown for Steed Media The cast of “Black Ink Crew Chicago” held a premiere party for season
Photo credit: Melanie L. Brown for Steed Media AAHH! Fest took place this past weekend in Chicago and featured local
D Low performs his “Do It Like Me” dance song on the Hip Hop Summer Fest stage in Chicago.
Slick Rick ad Doug E. Fresh were in Chicago performing at the Hip Hop Summer Fest produced by Pastor Corey
Tamela Mann headlined Father Pfleger’s annual Renaissance Festival in Chicago. David Mann joined his wife on stage.
Pastor Corey Brook’s Project Hood group and associates came together to create the first Hip Hop Summer Fest in Chicago. Artists
Big Daddy Kane performs for hip-hop heads at the Hip Hop Summerfest in Chicago. He closed the show with a
Rapper Katie Got Bandz performed her classic song “Pop Out“ at Hip Hop Summer Fest in Chicago.
Photo credit: Legends Eyes How would you introduce the reinvented Lisa McClendon to others? I would introduce the reinvention of
Rakim perfoms at Marquette Park in Chicago with the Rock Steady Crew.
Rakim performs “Don’t Sweat the Technique” during the “Takin’ it to the Streets” event in Chicago.
Karen Clark Sheard performs Balm in Gilead at the Black McDonalds Operators Associations (BMOA) event in Chicago.
Joakim Noah visited Pastor Phil Jackson and The Firehouse Community Arts Center to give out Rock the Drop necklaces to
Joakim Noah tells young people who play basketball that he and other pro players are nerds and that’s how they became
Donald Lawrence performs I Never Seen It at the Black McDonald’s Operators Association (BMOA) event in Chicago.