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Chief Keef Hologram Concert Shut Down by Police

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Update: Chief Keef performed “I Don’t Like” via hologram before the stream of the concert ended. According to an Instagram video posted by FilmOn founder Alki David, police shut down the live stream, via the FADER.

We were shut down by the police!! More info soon! Sorry guys! #stoptheviolence

FilmOn.com (@FilmOnTV) July 26, 2015

Update 2: The Chicago Tribune have offered more details about the show’s cancellation. It took place at Craze Fest in Hammond, Indiana. The mayor and police chief in Hammond reportedly warned promoters that the show would be shut down if Keef performed. The show, originally scheduled to take place in Chicago, was canceled when City Hall reportedly argued that it “posed a significant public safety risk”. Right before the show was shut down, Keef urged the crowd to “stop the violence.”


Earlier this month, Chief Keef announced a tribute concert for Dillan Harris, the 1-year-old who was killed by a car fleeing the scene of rapper Capo’s fatal shooting in Chicago on July 11. Keef planned to attend the show via hologram from a soundstage in Beverly Hills, California. He currently lives in the Los Angeles area, and he reportedly cannot be in Chicago due to outstanding warrants. The concert was originally scheduled for July 17, but got postponed due to alleged opposition to the event from Rev. Michael Pfleger, a pastor at Chicago’s St. Sabina Catholic Church.

Earlier this week, Keef announced via Instagram that the concert was rescheduled for July 25, as the FADER points out. The Instagram video also alleges that the original performance was “banned by the Mayor of Chicago.”

The concert will stream live tonight at 11 p.m. EST on FilmOn from a secret Chicago location. Watch it here.

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Robin Harris Jr. – The Grevillea Project Vol. 1

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And as promised, Robin Harris Jr unveils the anticipated project, The Grevillea Project Vol.1.

A sequel to his previous mixtape, TGP is a 10-track effort that showcases the rising act’s uniquely soulful and raw Hip Hop style. He gives us an inside look behind the creative process on the docuseries. Arguably best work yet, the project is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan.

Robin Harris Jr. has been keeping his father’s name alive while building his own legacy. Co-founder of the Robin Harris Foundation, whose mission is to elevate youth in performing arts and athletics. RHJ spent a few years on the gridiron as a star wide-receiver in college before pursuing a career in music. The son of late comedian-actor Robin Harris didn’t follow in his father’s footsteps by pursuing a career in comedy; however, RHJ found his passion for music. An artist with an entrepreneurial mindset, Robin Harris Jr. is releasing his 7th project under his imprint AOE Global.

After streaming, continue to follow Harris Jr’s journey on Instagram. The Grevillea Project Vol.1 is available now on all DSPs. Stream it now.

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Vita Mia – AlessiaCiccone Featuring CicconeBros ( @DjCicconeBros )

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‘VitaMia’ By AlessiaCiccone & CicconeBros From Italy Naples

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