Juvenile turns up Chicago at Reggie’s with hip-hop collective, Fake Shore Drive


Sponsored by Red Bull Sound Select and curated by Fakeshore Drive, Juvenile rocked Reggie’s recently alongside Kit, Sicko Mobb and Chris Crack.

Hosted by Dave Jeff, Chicagoans were lined up outside for a good 30-40 minutes before being ushered in. Tickets were only $3 with an RSVP and the venue was at capacity well before 10 p.m. Guests who arrived early enough received a ticket for a dope concert poster, which you really don’t see in production much anymore.

Juvenile hit the stage around 11:45 p.m. and lived up to everyone’s expectations. Performances from some of Chicago’s best talent had already set the tone for him, but I was left wondering why he didn’t perform, ‘Rodeo.’

Ironically, the BET hip-hop documentary, ‘The Message’ aired part two last night of the month-long series. This week’s installment focused on the rebirth of southern rap, focusing on Cash Money and how they were able to negotiate one of the best deals with a major record company.

For a full recap of the show, check out this Storify and the gallery below:

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