Joey Purp at Pitchfork Music Festival

Joey Purp has been not-so-quietly coming up in the Chicago rap scene for a while now. His contemporaries like Vic Mensa, Kami, and Towkio have a lot of respect for him as an artist, which is why they agreed to perform with him during his set on the blue stage on Sunday. The fun never ended for Purp, who had guys with super soakers and … Continue reading Joey Purp at Pitchfork Music Festival

Isaiah Rashad at Pitchfork Music Festival

Isaiah Rashad is one of the more overlooked artists on Top Dawg’s roster of talent. This shouldn’t be the case, because he’s as talented as anyone and a really great performer. He’s been at Pitchfork a couple times in the past, but this year he got bumped up from the blue stage to the bigger red stage so more people could catch his set. Continue reading Isaiah Rashad at Pitchfork Music Festival

Vince Staples at Pitchfork Music Festival

Vince Staples put on one of the hottest sets of the fest. I’m pretty sure everyone could’ve used a cold, refreshing Sprite once he was done. I loved that he did his Gorillaz feature from “Ascension” and that the crowd went wild for it. The only weird thing about his set was the long pauses he would take. He would just stand there, staring out … Continue reading Vince Staples at Pitchfork Music Festival

Madame Gandhi at Pitchfork Music Festival

Madame Gandhi had the honor of opening the music festival this year, and did a fantastic job in doing so. Her music is filled with a message of female empowerment and equality for all, and that sentiment reverberated throughout the weekend. People know her as the former drummer for M.I.A., but Gandhi has a lot more to say through her music. After the set, she … Continue reading Madame Gandhi at Pitchfork Music Festival