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In her new poetry book, Chicagoan, author and activist Pam Johnson Davis brings us along her journey of love, laughter, loss, and learning.

With her stunning dancing to her powerful vocals, Gem Tree is here to spread a little light and comfort.

Grammy nominated DJ/producer Sam Spiegel’s new single is just one of the 11-track Random Shit From The Internet Era, Speigel’s first full-length album in 10 years. “Don’t Give Up,” as well as its accompanying video, is a glimpse into the life of dancer Nevaeh Meraz, sharing her journey of overcoming abuse, depression and suicide attempts, and […]

The Chicago native returns with her second EP, DUALITY – a glorious ode to her synthy-dance aesthetic. 

Kanye West announced on June 26th that he’ll be partnering with shopping mall staple Gap, a full circle move for sure, because Yeezy goes back quite a ways with the brand. You might remember “Spaceship”, one of the standout tracks on his 2004 debut album, The College Dropout, featured a harrowing tale of alleged khaki […]

Nikki spoke to Vocalo about moving to Arizona, finding a new recording process, and the message behind “The Twelfth House.”

After growing up on the sounds of Grime and Garage, he’s bringing his sound to the home of House music.

The duo spoke on their quarantine-creation, their musical beginning, and stepping back from polarizing cycles.

In the wake of recent local and national protests against police brutality and systemic racism, Chicagoland activists met to shine a light on racial injustices that African Americans face. On Tuesday, Vocalo Radio teamed up with WBEZ for a community discussion about the power of Black activism and its evolution in Chicago. The conversation, led […]

Chicago rapper Rich Robbins uses his art as a weapon to reject racist institutions.