The 3@3: Chicago hip hop power, Frank Ocean's coming out, and a 'moody' Jackson Jr.

July 12, 2012

By Justin Kaufmann

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Coming up on the 3@3, Andrew Barber of Fake Shore Drive and Ernest Wilkins of RedEye join Steve Edwards to talk about:

Coachella 2012 Day 2: Frank Ocean

Steve Edwards: All eyes (and talk) on the “Mood Disorder” of Jesse Jackson Jr.

Andrew Barber: Chicago has become a hotbed for emerging hip-hop acts signed to record labels. Why?

Ernest Wilkins: Frank Ocean came out, becoming one of the only openly gay artists in hip hop. How is the hip-hop community reacting to Ocean’s news? And Target just announced they will NOT sell his record in their stores, citing an iTunes exclusive for the ban.