Remember that game winning shot that Michael Jordan hit in game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals against Byron Russell and the Utah Jazz? Apparently, Chicago rapper, The Boy Illinois has been channeling his Inner Michael Jeffrey Jordan 19 years later!
If you’re tardy to the party, here ya go!
The Chi-Town lyricist dropped his latest installment, “Koto Freestyle.” Produced by Shake & Bake, he silences his competition comparing the trendy rappers that once were on the scene as “missing persons.” The Boy Illinois is grounded and here to stay, he’s HOME.
He could be Derrick Rose, Toni Kukoc, Scottie Pippen.
Heck, even Charles Oakley! Why does The Boy Illinois feel like Jordan in game 6? “Ain’t nobody f***ing with me when it comes down to it,” The Boy Illinois told me by phone this evening.
“No need for game 7!”
Illi spits a mind full of thoughts that demonstrates that he’s coming for the crown. 2017 has been gracious to the brotha’ in the Midwest. He’s garnered press in the Chicago media. WGN Radio, WGCI (Clear Channel) and Chicago Reader have been gracious in giving him his just due. proves he has earned his spot as one of the new top emcees emerging in the industry.
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