Prodigy of Mobb Deep is currently gaming against the Waypoint staff, and Chief Keef is coming by later to play using PSVR headsets. We couldn't be geeking out more. You can watch the livestream here to witness the legends crush the competition.
Filmed at his house in the suburbs of Chicago, Keef spends his time whipping doughnuts around the backyard on an ATV. There, we talk to the rapper and meet fellow GBE members who show us what happens when Sosa drops $10,000 on paintball equipment.
We continue exploring the Sosa phenomena, the segregation of Chicago, and the societal forces behind the violent lives of the young people on the South Side. Later, we catch up with Young Chop, who explains what he's done to succeed, and he introduces us
In episode six of Chiraq, we tag along with rising super-producer Young Chop, who—despite being the most successful beatmaker to emerge from the Chicago rap scene—still doesn't have his license. His mom drives him around.
In the third episode of Noisey's Chiraq, we pick up where we left off in Englewood and get a taste of the new music coming from the area. Then we jump back across the country and join Chief Keef, Fredo Santana, and others wandering around Times Squ…
In the third episode of Noisey's Chiraq, we pick up where we left off in Englewood and get a taste of the new music coming from the area. Then we jump back across the country and join Keef, Fredo Santana, and others wandering around Times Square.
In the second episode of Noisey's Chiraq, Chief Keef and his crew head to New York while we catch up with MGS and Global Gangstas Entertainment, two other rap collectives in Chicago. They, along with the Chicago Police Department, speak extensively…
In the first part of Noisey's 8-part documentary Chiraq, they head to Englewood, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city of Chicago, to meet Chief Keef, arguably the biggest rapper in the drill scene.
We spoke to Bad Boy CEO Robin Offner to find out how a company specializing in clothing for skaters and surfers got involved with an outlaw sport and ended up sponsoring UFC superstars like Mauricio "Shogun" Rua and Wanderlei Silva.