The Chicago native, along with her comrades, has announced the new Radical Hood Library, which puts an emphasis on servicing the Black and brown community first and foremost.

Chicago rapper Noname is currently building out a headquarters for her self-named book club. The physical location will help launch free programs for the local community including political education classes, food drives, and film screenings.

The Chicago native was absent from a track featuring her Ghetto Sage bandmates in Saba and Smino on a song from the Judas & The Black Messiah soundtrack.

No matter what, there's always going to be someone, and plenty more, who are unsatisfied. Rapper Noname decided to shade Beyoncé for her new film Black Is King, claiming it's "draped in capitalism."

The track, made in response to J. Cole's "Snow On Tha Bluff song, swiftly checked the North Carolina rapper and kept the focus on the lives and continued strugge of Black people.

Although we'd stop short of calling this a beef, J. Cole's new single "Snow On Tha Bluff" was the first salvo in this brewing war of words.

Although the North Carolina rapper never mentions the Chicago artist by name, many on Twitter assumed her now-deleted tweets about rappers being inactive in the struggle was why Cole crafted the song as he did.