Despite Max B.
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Despite Max B.
Chase evokes the spirit of classic mid-to-late '90s R&B on the breezy “One Man Woman,” boasting a well-placed Playa and Aaliyah sample.
This isn't a Notable Quotable in the official sense, but Chase was talking his sh*t here.
Producer-turnt-rapper Hit-Boy lets loose of the accompanying video for his track "Old School Caddy," featuring the song's collaborator Kid Cudi, cute models and.
Young producer crafts huge hits for some of the biggest names in music (including, possibly THE biggest name).
Drake's obviously a proven rapper, although we get more of what Estelle called the "emo singer" these days.
Getting linked with Kanye can bring about all sorts of newfound interest to your career. Just as CyHi. Since HitBoy brought Christmas joy to Harlem, the Surf Club has undoubtedly been the place to be for those whose interest was recently piqued.
The "Fall Classic" is weeks away and fans everywhere continue to make plans for the pilgrimage to the strip club capital of America. In an ideal world, it'd be nice if the Braves ended up in the World Series, but I'm actually referring to A3C. The list is set and proves to be a who's who of talent if you're neck deep in this Hip-Hop sh!t like we know you are. You've got your favorites just like we do ours so feel free to let it be known in the comments. An act in particular I'm excited to see on the card is the Los Angeles based group Surf Club.
Flipping through the pages of Hip-Hop's handbook, there seems to be nothing prohibiting a producer from releasing a mixtape.
Behind nearly every great producer usually lies a team of hungry, lesser known names grinding at every waking second to become household commodities similar to their famous prophyte.