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As local venues struggle to weather the pandemic, local nonprofit Quiet Pterodactyl drops a collaborative record in support: situationchicago.

Chicago-based singer and activist Pradia Rhymes talks “Starz,” her musical beginnings, and manifesting inner peace.

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

The Chicago-based musician talks Pride 2020, supporting Black communities, and how she’s doing her part to donate.

The Chicago-based rapper chats Juneteenth, staying positive, and remembering the fights of the past.

The proceeds from his Juneteenth collection will be going to the Prison Fellowship.

The Chicagoan speaks to us about the importance of “Buying Black,” advocating for real change, and learning to be patient with herself.

Heavy Crownz, Chicago-based artist, rapper, and the manager of TRAP House Chicago spoke to Midday Host Bekoe about community clean-ups, the mayor’s fund, and moving forward.

“The city shows me love and I return it. My organization could not be where it is if it wasn’t for the support of Chicago.”

Cordoba is a jazz fusion sextet fighting for radical social change through music.