The Cool Kid goes solo.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The debut solo album from The Cool Kids rapper.
Ten years later, Chicago rappers speak on the impact and influence of Kanye's debut album.
As calendar year closes out, Sir Michael Rocks turns the bass up and rides out in style with the new track "Memo."
Chuck and Mikey ride together again (temporarily) as The Cool Kids on the cut "Swervin'.
Fair warning: you might want to be on one or two before you hit play on "FootWork.
Not to be outdone by partner-in-crime Chuck Inglish's recent release, Sir Michael Rocks drops his latest, 10-song project While You Wait.
Sir Michael Rocks straddles the line between a good and a bad trip on “In A Minute.
"I know you can't bring every single one you meet home.
Just in time to kick off "The Macadelic Tour," Mac Miller gives away his newest project, Macadelic, for free download.
We're not sure if there's a clause in Sir Michael Rocks' Jet Life contract that ensures he bathes in 24-hour moisturizer or if he just happens to record in a Big Daddy Kane's closet, but these two new releases from The Cool Kid are about as smooth as it gets.
Aside from a few remixes, Mike Posner has been ghost for the better part of the last year.
Sir Michael Rocks of The Cool Kids drops off his latest solo mixtape titled, Premier Politics.
Lungz is dead serious in his mission in killing his competition's dreams and his latest audio statement features him and Sir Michael Rocks having a party 30,000 feet in the air.
Chuck Inglish provides the bounce for Dom Kennedy''s "New Jeeps" featuring his cronies Asher and the other half of TCK, Sir Michael Rocks.
Everyone has that one ex they wish things would have panned out differently with. It's life. What makes the situation even worse is seeing (or hearing) about that person with someone else. Talk about a wave of emotions. Last month, Sir Michael Rocks dropped his The Rocks Report mixtape with one of the records being the infidelity sparking, "Exing.
There was a time about two years ago when The Cool Kids could do no wrong. However, that time's long since passed as the CK masses wait--without held breath--for any sight or sound of When Fish Ride Bicycles. Since disgruntled fans can sample Mr. Inglish's production tastes on the latest Chip Tha Ripper and Mac Miller mixtapes, Sir Rocks is dishing out his solo debut mixtape, The Rocks Report, to satiate the crowds and keep his name relevant. The skinnier half of CK teams with Sensei Beatz, Trademark Da Skydiver, Phil Adé and Madlib to invigorate Rock's always-hubristic lines.
Typically, an MC might get side-eyed for adding a royal prefix to his rap name, or for submitting a track with alliterated South Virginia references in the title. But, when you're Sir Michael Rocks, one half The Cool Kids, dropping a song called "Coochie Crook" is not only warranted it calls for a video too.