Remember When Rhymefest… Tell Your Story!

By El Che

In honor of my sophomore album “El Che,” which drops tonight at 12 midnight, I want you to sit back with me and reminisce about the times we’ve shared, the good, the bad and the outrageous. Share your story (in a paragraph or two), your website, e-mail your photo(s), and let us know your twitter name, the name you’d like to post & your city. You do not have to send a photo but photos are appreciated! I’ll post the top entries everyday starting tomorrow for the next few days.

At the end of the day my fans keep me going and this is my tribute to you and this amazing relationship that we’ve built over the years. I hope that “El Che” is everything that you’ve been waiting for and I thank you for your support.

Send all entries to rhymefestassistant@gmail.com – I may even give you a call or drop an autographed CD in the mail or something!

Filed in: Uncategorized • Monday, June 7th, 2010

Comments

By Dan Schlossberg on June 7th, 2010 at 12:03 pm

I remember when I saw ‘fest live at lollapalooza. The concert was sick especially when he dropped “I Came Home” feat. Marci. He taught the entire crowd teh song right there and basically made the show interactive. I play college ball out in PA now and whenever we have a game I Came Home always is on my ipod because it gets me ready to go cause I’m from Chicago. Even better is playing it when I can see the skyline from the plane when we are about to land at Midway, I break the electronics rule just to blast the song. It was just a great experience to be there when the song debuted and be able to know the significance behind it.

 

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Che Smith is a revolutionary artist, writer, and activist. Popularly known as Rhymefest, the South Side Chicago native has been a trailblazer in music, television, and politics.