Paper Chasin Tour with @ChicagoExecutives & @BlueCheezGang

Lomabard, IL-Paper Chasin Tour presented by Chicago Executives in cooperation with TellyVizion & Dollar 4 Dollar Ent, started in Chicago providing connections to indie artist to help foster professional connections and brand equity through performance and press. Hosted by Bree Specfic from Power 92 Chicago & Maine Hodge with DJ Slugo on the sounds. Event Coverage by the one and only Blue Cheez Gang, and a host of others.

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@Dgainz #ODDBALL2 #timeless #OddBall #OutNow #AllPlatforms #MustListen

As an oddball myself, I can relate to this project. It’s everything the odd ball society has been waiting for: creativity in a rare and raw form. I went back to Timeless, a compilation from 2016. I listened to OddBall , number one, to tap into the project that started the series of odd ball shit.

Let’s Observe the Growth

I know this article is about his recent project but I would like to highlight a few tracks from his previous projects. I was reminded of a few of my favorite listens. First, let’s deal with the the new release then trickle our way down.

New “Wit The Shit” w/ Reefa Rei

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Timeless

  • Prevail-This song is refreshing and feels good when you’re having a rough time. It reminds you that you will be victorious Everything will be OK, just trust the process and God.
  • What’s the Deal– You have to see what’s up? What’s going on, what’s the deal? Learn about what’s going on.
  • Makin Magic-a positive message of manifesting and using your super-natural powers and instinct to create, build, and navigate to your destiny.

Oddball

  • Ain’t Been –You know how it is when you haven’t been the same, in a while. You need a reminder to get back to doing YOU! Sometimes you can’t let people and circumstances change you to the point where you ain’t you.
  • Lost in Pain-typical shit that happens and leaves you in pain, consciously and unconsciously, maneuvering through life in Chicago. So much hurt generationally that has been passed down to us we can’t even pen point where some of our insecurities come from. This song modernly connects to the “playerism” in Chicago. Fuck these hoes.
  • Call the Preacher-I just love the beat and vibes of how the words flow in the chorus. The hook is so catchy.
  • Potholes-We have hella potholes in Chicago, and if you not paying attention, you’ll be sure to fall in a few. This songs is a metaphor that reflects situations you should avoid, just like these damn potholes.

Call The Preacher

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Ain’t Been

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Prevail

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Potholes

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What’s the Deal?

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@BlueCheezRicky #RightNow #DigitalRelease #Promo for #Upcoming #Media Flow

“Right Now” is what I would consider a true presentation of storytelling and creativity. Taking on the gangster style of art to portray the meaning of family. We all know that the mob is critical when it comes to family and feuds. Taking some inspiration from Al Capone and of course his own essence in his newest digital release.

Right Now

Watch Homecoming: A Film by @Beyonce on @Netflix #MustSee #Inspiring #Doc

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I was up until 6 A.M. getting my entire life at Beychella Homecoming. I am so inspired by this woman. Her creativity, dedication and hard work gives you hope out here in this “White Man’s World”, as a “black person”. I’ve heard many say “African Americans” have no culture, and Bey just wasn’t letting it slide as the “First African American” to headline Coachella. She came with the sugar, honey, tea, and lemonade for those who don’t know the history of the United States of America and its relational cultural flow.

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Her HBCU theme was brilliant with features from Jay-Z, Destiny Childs, Solange, and her selected homecoming participants of HBCUs.

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She made it look cool to accept struggles and failures of culture as a collective. She made sure that it was enough representation to go around for everyone, especially for brown folks in America. I’m pretty sure you’ve already seen it, but if you haven’t it’s a must. She gives you a behind the scenes look at what it took for her to put on a grand performance. It was packed with so much energy that I cried a few times during her performance, and remind you I did see it when it was streamed live but I just wasn’t expecting to see her in such a vulnerable state, as a woman, being that she is a very private person.

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I read in between the lines. Bey checked a lot of people who had something to say about her, over her 22-year career. One of her songs was coded with a message to the conspiracy theorist who follow the stories of the mass appeal and manipulation of the Illuminati occult {Formation}. Overall her music direction told a beautiful story, and I look forward to watching it again when inspiration is in need.

@Avengers EndGame #NoSpoilers #Review #MustSee @BPOPETV #MarvelMovieMarathon

The marketing for this movie is beyond dope. Brandon Pope, “the only Reporter in Chicago and 1 out of 3 Reporters internationally” was apart of the 59-hour Marvel Marathon of 22 films, and his peers in the event had this to say about the Marvel media flow:

Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: ENDGAME..L to R: Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), War Machine/James Rhodey (Don Cheadle), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Captain America/Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper)..Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2019

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame is the final movie the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (Rolling Stones)

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#BPOPESENDGAME #MarvelMovieMarathon

According to Rolling Stone, the Marvel journey is comprised of 11 years and 22 movies ending with Avengers Endgame released April 26, 2019, becoming the ultimate follow up to Infinity Wars.

The Avengers was so lit! I’m not going to spoil this for others but I just couldn’t let this move flow by without doing a review. IF Thanos ending the game in the previous Avengers battle was sickening to you, then this will be victorious, yet bitter sweet if you’re a fan of specifics (Iron man becoming the center for the multi-universes). I guess, I’m giving away too much of the plot, right?

From my perspective movies have always carried deeper meanings and manifestations in their messages. I believe that they give you insight into the future plans of the direction the world is going to grow in as they produce culture because art lends ideas to creatives, but that’s just my perspective.

I went to Lansing Cinema to see the movie, and the energy was compiled of true Marvel fans who weren’t going the day without seeing the 3 hour movie. Marvel may have just out done Star Wars at their own game.

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#BTS of @TarhondaJay & @JohnBlu “Roll All Dat” Short Musical Film Directed by @WillGates #ChicagoMusic

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I was invited to hang w/ Tarhonda on set, at which turned out to be a 90’s House Party. Appearances were made by: Chella H, Shawnna, John Blu, Sean Dale, Cold Heart of Crucial Conflict; and a gang of Auburn Gresham and Simeon kids (you know it was more than just us there lol). It was a great party and video shoot, and everyone was beautiful with dope vibes. It’s always good to be around good people.

Here’s an edited short clip of the behind the scenes,works by Wilfred Spears of Open World Films.

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More behind the scenes 

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Full Video Released and Published September 26, 2018

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My clips 😊 of BTS

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Happy belated G day John Blu !

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Dr @HearonTrackz El 12.0 Edition at Bassline and #TrackzAudio “Most Slept On”! Contest Winner @GymShoeJu

The infamous Hearon Trackz came here from Canada to support the city in their indie efforts. He powered 12. 0 Platform presented by Luckie One Management, Twenty Three Entertainment and Party with DJ Mile High; hosted by Shaneika Speaks and  Lil Keisha; sounds provided by DJ Mile High and DJ Skoli.

Hearon has so much planned for the city, just follow his flow.

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Weekly Discover and Releases

1

Poca| I’m On It Featuring Hoodyy

 

2

Kaniva| Okay

 

3

Quavo| L A M B T A L K

 

4

Fabolous| Ooh Yea Featuring Ty Dolla $ign

 

5

Ann Marie| Unlove You

 

 

6

Kevin Gates| Vouch

 

7

Mya| G M O (Got My Own) Featuring Tink

 

 

8

Slitta| House Party

 

9

Tobe Nwigwe| I’M Dope (The O R I G I N A L S)

 

 

10

Reeseynem| What’s the Hook Featuring Chance The Rapper

 

11

Chi Hoover| Don’t Be Mad

 

12

Stunt Taylor| Juice(4k)

 

13

Valee|Vlone

 

14

G Gotti| Black Out

 

 

15

Lil Keisha| Let God Sort’Em Out (Missy Elliot Remix)

 

 

16

Ty Money| 3x Felon

 

 

 

@TeyanaTaylor Gives @RacheLeigh a Lap Dance During Her Performance In Chicago

 

If you missed Teyana Taylor when she came into town, you can click here to recap.  A segment in her show she gave out a lap dance with her supportive dancers. Her muse was Ryan Henry’s girlfriend/baby mama who also happens to be American Singer-Songwriter Jeremiah’s baby mama, Rachel. Press play and watch the show.

 

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@BumpJ at @WGCI #HOMETurfLive featuring @SontaMeshay @BoDiDeederRMG @Costill8nine #ChicagoShit by @Mr81hunnit

August 23, 2018 at #HomeTurfLive flow of Chicago artist and music housed at the Promontory Chicago: BoDi Deeder, Co-Still, and Sonta Meshay supported Bump in his efforts of  putting on for the city. This event was presented by WGCI and Metro PCS. Shout out to the entire Goon Squad!

Slide Over East with the Chief of Chicago

The Eastside is known to be one of the most violent notorious areas of Chicago and at the moment the most prevalent side of our city.  The east side runs from Stoney Island to the lake; from 63rd to as far south as 130th.

The Eastside is where the Chief of Chicago is bred from. When you hear his storytelling via his medium (music) you can not only see his vision but feel his affect from his environment. In Chicago things can only go two ways: either you gone get it by taking it or you gone get it by working for it. The Chief has showed us the way by experience, via the many routes he’s taken to his success. “He made it back it’s been a long road” and we’re happy to place the crown back upon his head. “Music need change, yeah it’s time for it, why not a crime lord?”

“Ole 71st Street, the devil that birth me.”

-Bump J “Good 2 Be Home” (all quotes)

It’s all gravy Joe, we moving shit around and opening up the market for Chicago domination. We making a way, yay 😀 .