Back in town for Thanksgiving, Chano dropped by 107.5 WGCI’s Tony Sco & The Morning Riot to chat with the crew about a number of topics. Their conversation consists of Chance’s new single with Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment (check out “Sunday Candy” here), the Ferguson verdict and aftermath, as well as Chance’s hopes to work with Kirk Franklin.
Check it out above.
Chicago vet, Twone Gabz, who is now going as Antwone Muhammad, dropped by WGCI’s Tony Sco & The Morning Riot to have a serious talk about his ongoing battle with breast cancer. Thankfully Twone’s treatment has been successful and his recovery is positive, so now he’s on the path to spread the message and let people know of his struggle. We’re glad to hear Twone is better. We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: #FuckCancer.
Earlier this week, TMZ reported that Chief Keef was being sued for child support by a female that’s still in middle school. The story made waves across the internet, but Mark Konkol, journalist at Chicago’s DNAInfo (which has broke a good deal of Keef stories recently) claims the woman in question is actually 17 years-old.
Mark Konkol was a guest this morning on 107.5 WGCI’s The Morning Riot, where he discussed this topic, as well as Keef’s most recent trial, which he followed closely and attended daily. He also talks about Keef’s reported $6 million dollar deal, which Konkol broke down a few days ago. An interesting listen to say the least.
Produced by No I.D.
Tony Sco, Leon Rogers, Nina Chantele, Loni Swain, Connie, Demi Lobo and DJ Moondawg a.k.a the WGCI All-Stars came together for this new joint urging for everyone to increase the peace. If you missed it premiere on GCI this morning, you can catch it here.
The official date and lineup for WGCI’s annual Big Jam concert has just been announced, and the boss Rick Ross will be this years headliner. Fat Joe, Kelly Rowland and Keyshia Cole have also been announced as part of the bill, with the rest of the lineup hitting in the coming weeks.
Big Jam will take place on November 16th at the Allstate Arena. Presale tickets go on sale Friday (10/11), with them being open to the public on Saturday (10/13). Details can be found here.
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Tune in. Sherm is also in the building.
Yep, Kendrick is still in Chicago making his rounds. He stopped by WGCI’s Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot and talked about working with Dr. Dre, his friendship with Lady Gaga and what is to be expected on M.A.A.D. city.
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Today’s special guest is DJ Hustlenomics
Last week, in a guest post on the DonnieNicole blog, El Che had some choice words for Chief Keef and his influence. In the post ‘Fest titled Chief Keef Is The Bomb, he opens up about Keef, and the corporations that stand to profit from him.
The column popped up all over the internet, so this morning Fest dropped WGCI’s Tony Sco and The Morning Riot to clarify his statements, and explain the reasoning behind them.
You can read Fest’s column below…
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