Chicago Drill Rapper “Shoota Shellz” Killed On Chicago’s South Side ( Written By TonyBeenChi)

On Monday Morning of July 10, 2017. Another rising star in Chicago’s Drill music scene was Gunned Down, on the city’s South Side.

“Shoota Shellz” was a 21 year old rapper from the East side section of Chicago’s South Side.

He has various music videos posted on YouTube, with his most well known song entitled “Death Of 150” which is a very controversial record, where he disses a number of guys with deep gang ties. Including popular rapper “G Herbo” who is also from Chicago’s South Side.

Heavy speculation over the cause of Shoota Shellz’s murder has been making its way around the Internet. Along with gruesome pictures from his murder scene.

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Celebrating Chance The Rapper (Artist Spotlight) By TonyBeenChi

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Recently over here at IzzyVision, fellow Chicago native Chance The Rapper has been grabbing our attention. Much like the way he has already captured the rest of the music world’s attention ever since 2013 and earlier.  I realize that we are hell of late at realizing the excellence of Chance, and i must admit that his wins at the 2017 Grammy awards is what made me take notice. But it is always better late than never right? Exactly! I’m here now so that’s all that matters. Anyway, let’s get back to the celebration.

Chance is a 23 year old black male who is from the West Chatham neighborhood, on Chicago’s South Side. Anybody that’s familiar with Chicago’s neighborhoods can tell you that West Chatham is not an easy place to rise out of. You can really fall into a lot of bad situations over there, and your road to success can be snatched from you in a split second. And to just be able to rise above growing up in that type of environment and come out as humble and caring as Chance is, Is worthy of a Celebration all on it’s own. But Chance deserves to be celebrated for much more than just that. Or even just his music for that matter.