No bail for man charged in death of Chicago baby after rapper killed

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Chief Keef Previews ‘Bang 3,’ Says Big Glo’s Death ‘Told Me ‘You Gotta Grow Up”.

Chicago rapper Capo, associated with rapper and record producer Chief Keef’s Glo Gang, was shot and killed in the South Shore area of Chicago in a drive-by shooting on Saturday.Following the deaths of Glo Gang rapper Capo and a one-year-old boy in a tragic drive-by Saturday in Chicago, Chief Keef announced that he’d stage a free concert in the city to raise money for both victims’ families as well as other Chicago charities. The rapper also announced he was forming the Stop the Violence Now foundation to raise awareness to the escalating violence in Chicago, a situation that has seen Chief Keef lose a pair of associates, his late cousin Big Glo and Capo, in shootings in the span of a year.

After the shooting, the suspects allegedly drove recklessly and struck a stroller containing 13-month-old Dillon Harper as he and his mother were waiting for a bus. Based on a first listen, Sosa’s going in a different sonic direction, one that’s somewhat more upbeat and smothered in Auto-Tune; lyrically, it’s less about guns and gangs. Police are reportedly questioning two men in relation to the murders, but no arrests have yet been made, and authorities have not yet released the names of any suspects.

Last year, Interscope Records dropped him (which he admits to bringing on himself, by purposely doing “stuff” to get booted — like not showing up to performances); before that he was in rehab; then there’s the beef with other rap crews, social media spaz fests, and around two solid years of lawsuits. Despite video of bystanders attempting to keep the rapper conscious as he bled out onto the sidewalk, Capo passed away at an area hospital soon after. With his first studio release since his Filthy Rich debut, he’s “going another way” musically, while showcasing his production skills, and keeping it light on guest features. The teen signed a two-album deal with FilmOn Networks, owned by Alki David — the billionaire behind George Zimmerman’s nixed celebrity boxing match and Hologram USA, a technology company that improves upon the satellite performance structure, allowing artists to digitally transport themselves to stages worldwide. “He went to jail, waived a gun at a cop… he’s like a crazy person,” jokes the businessman, before getting more serious about why he chose to collaborate with Keef. “He’s profoundly talented. Capo’s death came a week after Chief Keef released a new single titled “Ain’t Missing You,” which was dedicated to Mario “Big Glo” Hess, who was killed in an April 2014 shooting. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. Early production on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert came to a screeching halt Wednesday as United Airlines flights were grounded, the New York Stock Exchange went dark and dogs began walking on two legs — mass hysteria! He wants everyone to know that he’s done running amok, and that permanently relocating to L.A. has “changed” his life. “I got away from all the unnecessary trouble,” he says to the room. “It’s better out here [in L.A.] than in Chicago, because I got in so much trouble. Amidst the computer-bred chaos, though, Colbert sought safety in his office and recorded a dire, desperate message pondering humanity’s new fate. “I have to wonder if there’s anyone left alive to see this broadcast,” Colbert said. “For all I know, I’m the last celebrity alive on earth and the apes have taken over the talk shows. It changed me, and [inspired] me to go somewhere bigger.” Around this time three years ago, “I Don’t Like” turned him into an overnight celebrity (by rap standards).

They’re not ready for that kind of responsibility!” Colbert went on to lament mankind’s fragility and dependence on technology (such as that second fridge in the garage), but soon realized it was up to him to lead this brave new world. A co-sign from Kanye West helped move things along, and before we knew it, rap’s newest “it-guy” was a rowdy teenager, who flaunted his obsession with firearms — even at the expense of his own freedom. He displayed his treasures — including “over 60 bags of snackable chip” — and introduced his new queen, Vindaloo, a chicken who stayed remarkably calm in Colbert’s arms for almost the entire clip. An interview with Pitchfork, which took place at a New York gun range, placed him behind bars, and opened the door to a string of bad decisions that dominated headlines and overshadowed his music. He’s earning college credit.” Prepared, finally, to assume his role as leader, Colbert promised to disseminate weekly edicts from his bunker before kicking back and counting his trove of K-Cups — until he realized, he had no Keurig. “That’s not fair.

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