#Chicagoclass featured artists theWhoevers

Check out theWHOevers at our Chicago Class edition release party.

The group, comprised of Kdot and J Arthur, opened up during the interview about their dynamic relationship and future plans to further integrate their Filipino flavor to Chicago's underground Hip Hop and rap scene.

In the interview, the group mentions how important it is to be deliberate and unhurried while allowing their creative processes to fully let loose when writing songs.

On the upstair level of Elee Mosynary Gallery, theWHOevers began their set with their single “Baby” off their new EP Ridin' Waves, which you can buy off the groups Bandcamp page. This single and most of the songs off the album hold true to the groups melodic tendency while displaying their smoother approach to performing.

While their performance showcased their community based influenced lyrical style and rhythm, the group still takes notice of mainstream Hip Hop, by incorporating some of those elements to create the diverse feel that makes their sound.

TheWHOevers just headlined their own show at Lincoln Hall last Friday and are a LeveL- UP! Established artist.

You can connect with the group through their Facebook, Twitter and Bandcamp profiles and get more information about them in their interview.

LEVEL-UP! MAGAZINE [CHICAGO] CLASS EDITION

By Level-Up Magazine in LeveL-Up! Magzine™

30 pages, published 6/23/2014

Exclusively shot by Mr. Tracks Photography (CEO of LeveL-Up! Magazine) with an ode to the community, the Chicago Firehouse Community Arts Center, a gem onthe West Side of Chicago was host to positive vibes, smiles, and serious talks aboutthe future of music in Chicago.We also had the expertise from Phil Jordan of Church and State Films to captureall the candid interview moments with Ariel Hamilton on behind-the-scenes. Wealso spoke…