Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco and Common are all Chicago natives that have hit the big time. However, there are plenty more rising stars from the city that mainstream America ins't familiar with yet. Noisey dives into this underground rap scene in a new documentary.
After receiving a court-ordered mandate from a judge to enroll in rehab after failing three drug tests while on probation, Chief Keef found himself flying out of LAX airport Saturday (Nov. 8) to get the ball rolling.
After being jailed for violating his probation, Chief Keef is headed to rehab in California. On Friday (Nov. 8), a Chicago judge ordered the 18-year-old rapper to enter a drug treatment facility after testing positive for marijuana.
Rapper Chief Keef has to dig deep into his pockets and pay a hefty fine for ignoring a lawsuit. The Chicago artist was ordered by a judge to pay $230,000 to a concert promoter for not showing up to perform.
If you have been under a rock for the last two days, Kendrick Lamar released a verse on a Big Sean song where he calls out a lot of rappers in Hip Hop saying that he is better than them and will murder them (lyrically of course)
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