Sicko Mobb brings Chicago rap to Gardner

Photo by Jun Taek Lee

Photo by Jun Taek Lee

Halley Freger

fregerha17@grinnell.edu

Gardner got a taste of Chicago rap this Halloween when Sicko Mobb performed a high energy set. When their DJ couldn’t make it, James Marlow ’16 stepped up to fill in while dressed as indie icon Mac DeMarco for Halloween. Grinnell’s Hameed Weaver ’17 opened for Sicko Mobb with an intimate rap set and was joined onstage by Jack Muskopf ’16, who performs under the moniker Johnny Millstadt. Weaver’s stage banter included comments about pursuing creative passions and the crew of Grinnell students onstage made it clear that they are not afraid to do just that.