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K-RILLA / Bio

K KEN DA BOSS IS IN THE DA BUILDING HOLDING THE FLAG OF HIPHOP AND R@B MUSIC BEEN DOING THIS SINCE 1999..MAKING BEATS AS AS WELL AS A SOLO ARTIST I RESPECT THE GAME TOTALLY 100 PERCENT I AM ORIGINALLY CHI-RAQ ALL DAY AND ALL I DO IS DROP NEW HOT SHIT IN THE LAB DAILY NOT FOR FUN BUT SERIOUS MOVES PLAYERS EVERY WHERE IN THIS RUGGED TERRAIN OF MUSIC INDUSTRY A LIL BACKGROUND...

The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) is a municipal corporation established in 1937 to administer public housing in Chicago. Over the years, CHA built many public housing projects, mostly on the South Side of Chicago and primarily serving low-income families although some projects were built in other neighborhoods and planned for other demographic groups. Some of the most prominent projects were the Cabrini-Green Homes (begun in 1942), the ABLA complex (begun in 1943), the Stateway Gardens Homes (begun in 1955), and Robert Taylor Homes (begun in 1962). ABLA included the Jane Addams Homes, Robert Brooks Homes (including the Robert Brooks Extension), Loomis Courts, and the Grace Abbott Homes. Over the years, the majority of CHA residents were African American, and the selection of sites for public housing often involved controversy. CHA was accused of racial discrimination and segregation and was brought to court in 1966 in a lawsuit filed by Dorothy Gautreaux and other tenants. In 1996, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development took control of CHA, and its supervision lasted until 2000, when Mayor Richard M. Daley and the City of Chicago regained authority over CHA and began housing renovations and redesigns

General Info

Artist Name
K-RILLA
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/krilla4
Genres
Hip Hop

Contact Info

Location
Chicago, IL