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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.
From diss tracks to apologies to educational disco bops, the guys have you covered on this week’s Hip Hop news.
The artist’s third album is deeply expressive and widely personal
British singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka wishes to provide an uplifting message for a more united future by releasing a video celebrating Black lives and activism. When Kiwanuka released “Light” in 2019, it was meant as an optimistic anthem to a broken world, emphasizing that a light in the end of the tunnel was just ahead. With […]
The Chicago-based musician talks Pride 2020, supporting Black communities, and how she’s doing her part to donate.
Algunxs gestores culturales de la comunidad latina de Chicago nos hablan sobre el valor de la cultura, el arte y la creación en tiempos de pandemia.