Chicago up and comer Edai sat down with DJ Vlad for an exclusive interview discussing some of the more controversial issues regarding the culture. Edai and Vlad go back and forth about what a “snitch” really is and debate the circumstances necessary that would make calling the police acceptable. The two go on to discuss […]

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Rapper Edai in this segment of his interview with VladTV speaks about the culture of diss tracks in the Chicago rap scene, the city’s continuing struggle with violence, how he’s been able to give his children opportunities that were unavailable to him, and how he’d help his community. “I took my kids out of the […]

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Flashback to this interview with 600 Breezy from earlier in the year when the Chicago artist tells Vlad about his experiences with his parole officer and his multiple experiences getting shot. Vlad follows up by asking if he’d ever cooperate with the police, and 600 Breezy tells him that he never would. 600 Breezy is […]

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Chicago Rapper Lil Jay called in from prison for an exclusive interview where he details his life in the county jail. Jay recently turned down an 8-year plea deal, electing to stand trial where he could face a maximum of 15 years. In this clip, Jay talks about living in general population and having to […]

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FBG Duck in this clip talks to Vlad about how gang culture in Chicago has changed over the years, the origin of his name and FBG, and his viral success on YouTube. Duck says his music caters to what the Chicago audience wants to hear. “I don’t be serious, but they still think [my music] […]

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Chicago rapper Lil Jay speaks to Vlad from behind bars about his upcoming trial, growing up on the South Side, and why he left FBG. On the fact that some of his former friends will testify against him, he says, “Not too many follow the street code.” Watch above.sourceDownload as mp3

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To conclude his interview with VladTV, Chicago rapper S Dot spoke about the role of drill music within the context of Chicago’s pervasive problem with gun violence. S Dot explains that it’s a two-way street: musicians rap about what they know, and listeners try to live out what they hear. “The music is responsible for […]

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Chicago artist S Dot joined VladTV for a thoughtful interview on how the “drill” label can hurt rappers and what he’s done to distance himself from it. “I’m from the streets, but I can make other types of music,” Dotarachi says. S Dot also talks about forming Team 600 and how the lack of job […]

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Chicago rapper S Dot started pursuing music at the age of 12, and even then he was writing lyrics about “street s**t”: guns, shootings, gang life, and his South Side community. Here, S Dot talks what attracted him to music in the first place, his experience in school, and the Chicago of his childhood versus […]

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Chicago rapper Tay 600 continued to address rumors that he testified against former friends Cdai and RondoNumbaNine, who were sentenced to 38 years for murder. Tay continued to deny that he had anything to deny the accusations, saying that he uploaded a link to a website showing court documents, proving he didn’t say anything. He […]

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Ayoo KD sat down with DJ Vlad for this exclusive interview detailing his beef with Rico Recklezz. He talks about how he was set up by Rico which lead to a confrontation that he narrowly escaped. He tries to make it clear that he just wants the make music and stay far away from trouble. […]

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Tay 600 sat down with DJ Vlad t to discuss some of the controversy surrounding him and some of his associates who were recently convicted of murder and sentenced to jail. Tay talks about being labeled a snitch despite there being no paperwork, and opposition continuing to spread lies about him. He also discusses his […]

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VladTV caught Ayoo KD just after the Chicago rapper learned that his younger brother had been shot. Ayoo KD explains that his brother survived the shooting, but is facing the possibility of being paralyzed for the rest of his life. “The police don’t give a f**k,” he adds. Ayoo KD continues to speak about his […]

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King Louie talks moving out of Chicago two years after being shot. He speaks on the importance of leaving because “it’s hazardous, it ain’t safe, ” and why many of the stars from the state no longer live there. Louie says that there are no positive outlets there, and how pain molds the natives. He […]

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Chicago rapper, Tay 600 sat down with DJ Vlad to discuss some of the drama surrounding the RondoNumbaNine & Cdai’s ongoing murder trial and allegations that he cooperated with police. He explains what the cops were trying to get on him and how they were trying to intimidate him. He also talks about having a […]

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King Louie stopped by VladTV to discuss his upcoming projects and Chicago as a whole. He talks about why he is no longer living in Chicago and moving right after he was shot several times. Louie discusses not seeing Chief Keef or Kanye in Chicago and wanting to see Chicago get better. He attributes the […]

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King Louie stopped by VladTV to share his thoughts on growing up in Chicago and feeling like he, along with other talented people, had to leave the city to better themselves. He also reacted to our Boosie interview where he reveals that most rappers die in their city over jealousy. King Louie points out that […]

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In this clip from TTB Nez’s interview with VladTV, the Chicago MC talks his forthcoming mixtape, how his music does (or doesn’t) translate to radio and blogs, and his want to give back to his community in Chicago. On radio: “The radio doesn’t want to let me in cause I’m really from the streets,” he […]

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While many people believe the word “thot” originated from Chief Keef, fellow Chicago rapper 600 Breezy revealed to DJ Vlad that he co-invented the word with his friend. After revealing that the slang was used for describing a hot girl, Breezy admitted that it didn’t originally mean “that hoe over there.”Download as mp3 During the […]

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