Shanice Parker’s mind bleeds the strength inherent to women. It’s that strength that she saw in her household from her mother and sister that led her to thirst for more of those images. In a society that dwells on the stories of a man’s struggle, the storyteller in her couldn’t help wanting to portray the woman’s. Shanice says….
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Chance the Rapper is a unique enigma in the music industry. He remains an independent artist whose individuality is propelling him up record charts. His latest album, “Coloring Book” taunts the lines between rap, and the typically perceived contrasting genre of gospel. The latest addition to this intriguing enigma of Chance the Rapper is his ‘Magnificent Coloring World Tour’.
The “Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Fetty Wap – Welcome to the Zoo” at The House of Blues in Chicago, IL. Opening Act Post Malone.
Stalley performs at Promontory in Chicago, IL.
After a hiatus from the industry, Lyfe Jennings is back on the right track as he reemerges onto the scene performing shows across the country. When his concert series hit Cincinnati, Lyfe took to the stage of Bogart’s and reiterated through his performance that he is not your typical R&B Artist.
“INNNNNN West Philadelphia born and raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days…” Will Smith’s iconic phrase from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is usually the first thing I think of when Philly comes to mind, but mogul Jay Z is changing that by bringing Budweiser’s Made in America Festival to the streets of Philadelphia.