Extra, extra read all about it. Moonie and Count are featured in today’s edition of The Chicago Tribune. The entire article is available to read here. Peep an excerpt below.
LEP Bogus Boys — the LEP stands for “Low End Professionals,” a reference to the lower street addresses of the Ickes homes where the group got its start — has come a long way. The group has been together for 13 years and there have struggles, both professional and personal. “Had a lot of doors slammed in our face,” says Count. Close friends died, and Moonie spent three years in prison in the early part of the decade. Today, though, Moonie’s attitude about the situation complements the group’s perseverance: “Sometimes you live for the moment, and you don’t think about the future, you know? You think about what’s going on right now. “I gotta get it, it’s quick, it’s easy.” The moment when something happens, that’s when you start thinking about the future. What I regret is thinking about the moment, not the future.”
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