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“Hip-Hop is my life story,” Polar Bear. Chicago hip-hop artist, Polar Bear, describes his personal view on the art form. With the recent release of his debut mixtape “Law & order,” Polar Bear shares a taste of his own “hip-hop” as pieces of his life story unfold through his music. Polar Bear is a well seasoned rapper with years of experience in various aspects of the music industry. With his go-getter spirit, he opened C&C recording studio on the south-side of Chicago. C&C has had the honor of holding open doors to major artists such as Common, Shawna, Wu-Tang, Gang Star’s Guru, and many more. Polar Bear continued to expand his reach in the music industry with the launch of his company, Flight Risk Entertainment, where he managed both Rap and R&B artists. Once battle rapping in the locker room of his high school, Polar Bear, evolved into a prolific lyricist who’s talent shines through both his own work and those that he ghost-writes for. Polar Bear compares rap to sports, “its about longevity and being competitive.” Focused on creating a new lane for hip-hop, especially in his home region of the Midwest, Polar Bear’s ambition is driven by the satisfaction of his fans. “King on the Ave/Boss of the Boulevard” is the featured single on Polar Bear’s debut mixtape, “Law&order.” This fresh track has already hit Chicago’s major radio station, Power 92.3fm, and continues to spread.