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Marcus Crenshaw

Self-made millionaire, Marcus Crenshaw, earned his wealth by way of hard work. After playing professional basketball overseas, Crenshaw created his first successful marketing agency, Hoop Cred which focused on WNBA players. In 2016 Crenshaw created his first successful business which provided a wider scope with regards to enhancing exposure for women and young girls who…

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2020 was a great year for Chicago artists. G Herbo released the critically acclaimed PTSD, which centered on the conversation about mental health in Black communities. Lil Durk had a blockbuster year with features on Nas’ album King’s Disease, a feature on Drakes’s single “Laugh Now Cry Later” and the release of his two projects,…

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Rap music was tumultuous this year and could have easily gotten lost in the artists’ shenanigans and drama. Megan Thee Stallion got shot in the foot, G Herbo got picked up by the feds and Lil Wayne might be going back to jail. Good thing we had the music to keep us distracted. A few…

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Chicago rapper G Herbo was recently named to the Forbes 30 under 30 musicians list. This accolade is a result of the work he has put in as an artist in recent years. As the news of Herbo’s most recent accomplishment traveled the internet a more provocative and potentially life-changing story surfaced. According to the…

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Baha Bank$ is brash, upfront and unapologetically sexy. Her music is full of life and speaks the language of her peers. No stranger to the nightlife, the Chicago native has the ability to make people move. Rolling out spoke with Bank$ about her music, her influences, her collaboration with Chance The Rapper and the motto…

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Brittney Carter’s style is a combination of golden age rap intertwined with modern-day sensibility and language. Lyrically, her rhymes are like well-crafted poetry taken from a journal of her personal thoughts. Her delivery is meticulous. The native of Chicago’s South Side recently went viral when music legend Missy Elliott retweeted a freestyle video of Carter…

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Christopher LeMark’s life experiences have shaped him into an individual who has found his purpose in serving other people. LeMark is the founder of Coffee, Hip-Hop & Mental Health, an advocacy organization that creates safe spaces to discuss mental illness and shares resources with communities where they are not readily available. Rolling out spoke with LeMark…

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