Tomorrow don’t miss out!
Raised in Logan square, 21 years old, RIO MUTASIM started his craft at 11 years. With the influence of his brother along with his friends the possibilities became endless. His first project, “The Premonition” in 2012 assisted by a failed label, arose and lead to Tresside Records Co. in 2015. Tresside, a label of 4 artists including Rio have their 3rd annual show coming soon along with his new album “The Richest Man In Babylon.” This compelling independent artist has put his heart into all his music. XOXO & 5th St, and Oswego are 2 of many songs we will hear on tonight’s show.
Rio also has a band by the name of ‘Clybourn’s Alley’ The band is mixture of rap, R&B, and rock. He collaborated with his two high school friends Isaac and Ian back in 2015 which lead to the growth with their demo. Rio Mutasim is multi-talented artist writer, composer, singer, song writer, musician, director, visionary, and free thinker. His creativity led him to his accomplishments, and he strives to continue producing music as well as other upcoming projects, like his first novel screenplay. Make sure you listen to Rio Mutasim on Spotify, Apple music, YouTube and follow @Riomutasim on IG/Twitter.
Tune in at “Everything is Everything” every Thursday 5-6PM. You don’t want to miss out!
The Richest Man In Babylon album is dropping SOON!
Yesterday I was at iHeart radio and it was a so dope experience. I want to give a special thanks to Frankie Robinson, Tone Kapone, Bionce Foxx, Leon Rogers and many more for the advice and insights on my career path. #Wgci #V103
It’s 2017 and people are still buying tickets to Lauryn Hill’s concert tickets. The Grammy-winning singer showed up three hours late to her concert in Pittsburgh January 31st. This isn’t the first time this has happened and might not be the last. As fans were mad that she arrived late, she ironically snapped at them for being disrespectful. She has an upcoming concert here in Chicago at the House of blues February 6, 2017. I am a huge Lauryn Hill Fan. In fact,she is my favorite artist and I’ve always wanted to go to her concert. She is an amazing artist with no doubt, but despite her last few concerts is it worth buying the ticket knowing she might shows up late?
Would you rather say always have to say everything on your mind or never be able to speak again? Many of you may think this is an easy question, but which one would you really pick? Keep this in mind everything we think in our head is not always said like our personal thoughts. We don’t completely say exactly whats in our mind because we tend to consider other people feelings.
Or will the silence be too unbearable….Would you miss your voice so much that you’re willing to risk it all?