Introducing: Jane Weyes

Chicago native, Jane Weyes, is a 20 year old musician and songwriter. Jane has been writing since the sixth grade and in 2015, she took her first steps towards her music career in Memphis, TN where she resided for a year. Armed with a creative process heavily emphasizing lyricism, Jane has transitioned from poetry, to singing, to rap –continuing to exemplify her passion and innovative versatility.

Now that she is back home, her sole mission is to make music with a meaning and a purpose and continue to learn more about herself through her craft. Weyes explains her love for making music as an effective healing process that allows her to freely express herself and connect with others on a deeper level. In her eyes, music is not one set thing. It can be fun at times and painful at others but it has the power to move an individuals spirit and that is what she loves. Jane wants to keep experimenting and have fun in the process as she continues to create more. Her focus is also never short of setting the proper example as an artist and an individual that inspires. She views her creative expression as her way to vent, her way to praise and everything in between. Weyes has plans on expanding her creative talents into an array of different areas and guarantees us this is only the beginning to her greatness.

Lil Durk – Better (Prod. By Donis Beats)


Calvin Harris – ‘Slide’ (Feat. Frank Ocean & Migos)

It’s finally official! Calvin Harris has announced his new upcoming song titled ‘Slide’ which is scheduled to feature the unique combination of Frank Ocean and Migos.

Chris Brown Is Going on Tour With 50 Cent, French Montana

Chris Brown announced his upcoming tour titled The Party Tour with 50 Cent, French Montana, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, and Kap G late Friday night on Twitter with a tour poster.
The tour seems to be named after “Party” his newest single featuring Gucci Mane and Usher that is off his upcoming 8th album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, out later this year.

BJ The Chicago Kid New Song “Roses”


DJ Khaled feat. Beyonce & Jay Z – Shining


No overnight success, Khaled Mohamed Khaled toiled as a DJ for years prior to becoming an immensely successful, larger-than-life figure in rap music. During the latter half of the 2000s and throughout the following decade, surrounded by an ever-shifting cast of high-profile associates, Khaled factored into several of the rowdiest and most triumphant crossover rap hits. His first nine albums, released from 2006 through 2016, peaked within the Top Five of Billboard’s rap chart, supported by singles that often seemed like events. Many of the genre’s biggest names, including Rick Ross, Drake, and Jay-Z, eagerly took part. Cynics noted that Khaled rarely produced or wrote material and wondered if he did more than yell, self-promote, and flaunt. Meanwhile, others were having too good a time to care, charmed by Khaled’s fun-loving spirit and/or the well-placed talent that flanked him. The son of Palestinian immigrants, Khaled spent the first years of his life in New Orleans, Louisiana. His family moved to Orlando, Florida, where, at the age of 13, he started to learn how to DJ in his supportive parents’ garage. Due to financial hardship, Khaled’s family returned to New Orleans. While still a teenager, Khaled briefly worked at the city’s Odyssey record store, networking with rising rap artists like Birdman and Lil Wayne and, to the dismay of his boss, running up the phone bill by placing long-distance calls to record labels. Khaled went back Orlando, then headed south to Miami and struggled to establish himself as a DJ in the reggae soundclash circuit. At Miami pirate radio station Mixx 93, Khaled approached the on-air DJs and asked for a portion of their time slot. Marcello Valenzano and Andre Lyon, who were on the brink of leaving town and becoming known as production duo Cool & Dre, obliged. Khaled made the studio his home and became an exuberant force on the city’s airwaves. His reach extended with mixtapes and club gigs. He received a boost from Luther Campbell, who brought him on as a regular DJ for WEDR’s The Luke Show, and was eventually granted a station slot of his own, shortly after he received his first production credits.

Emboldened by his increasing popularity and number of connections, as well as his status as the DJ for Terror Squad, Khaled put together his first official mixtape, which led to a long streak of commercially successful proper albums. Debut full-length Listennn: The Album (2006), released through Koch, was a modest success due to the Afrika Bambaataa-sampling Cool & Dre production “Holla at Me.” It hit the Top 20 of Billboard’s rap chart and, like all Khaled hits that followed, involved several rappers. Khaled remained with Koch/E1 for three additional albums that placed a total of four singles in the pop Top 40: “We Takin’ Over,” “I’m So Hood,” “Out Here Grindin’,” and “All I Do Is Win.” Made with a combined total of 14 rappers and seven producers, these anthems earned Khaled several gold and platinum certifications. Birdman, who was among the crew heard on the first of the big hits, added Khaled to the Cash Money roster for a period that entailed three additional albums: We the Best Forever (2011), Kiss the Ring (2012), and Suffering from Success (2013). Only “I’m on One” and “No New Friends” were added to Khaled’s stack of Top 40 hits, but the parent albums either reached or nearly missed the top of the Billboard rap chart. After a one-album stint with Sony’s RED division, which yielded I Changed a Lot (2015) and its “Hold You Down,” Khaled moved to major-label Epic for Major Key (2016). Prefaced with “For Free” and “I Got the Keys,” his seventh and eighth Top 40 singles, the album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200

Fat Joe & Remy Ma – Heartbreak (feat. The-Dream & Vindata)