Respect is a two-way street. If you don’t give people theirs, they’ll go to find it elsewhere. Be well and peep the songs below.
2-6 Biggz – Family As Fuck
2-6 is back on our pages with his EP Family as Fuck. And this one has a couple of legends featured on each cut. For the title track, Curren$y steps in and gives a stellar verse for the world to delve into. Then on “Real Ni*** on 3” Chuck Inglish assists with the production. Both of these cuts are hypnotizing with their respective traits. Biggz holds his own in the presence of greatness, only reflecting his talent and potential. Don’t sleep on 2-6 Biggz, he’s onto something.
Rudeboy Bambino – Stuntin
Bambino makes his first appearance on our pages with the video for his cut “Stuntin”. Aside from the bright lights and clouds of smoke that come through the screen, this cut is worth the time. A very ominous set of color correcting but this drill percussion, matched with a stellar flip of a sample makes us move around. He’s cool, calm and collected as Rudeboy delivers his gospel. Overall Bambino is a rising name to know in this game, so don’t sleep.
JIG LeFrost – Once In A Blue Moon: Have You Seen Me?
JIG LeFrost makes his first appearance on our pages with his full-length project called Once In A Blue Moon: Have You Seen Me? With nineteen tracks we are walked through the mind of JIG and it’s a complex one at that. “Nightmares” plays with the drugged-out instrumentation and wordplay, but intoxicates the listener. “Born To Run” is another cut that really stood out because of it’s carefree, yet dark feeling. LeFrost‘s voice is smokey, raspy, and baritone, which allows for it to be used as the main part of the equation. We could be insufferable writers like the rest of the bunch and do a full in-depth recap, but instead, we’ll just say to peep all of the gas above.
Modernmcfly – Heart On The Street
Modernmcfly is making his debut on the Chiefers site, but we have a feeling this won’t be the last time. With four cuts on here “Heart On The Street” and “Cup Of Love” get the sped-up treatment after hearing the original version. And to be perfectly honest I am not one to hate the fact that sped-up songs are a part of the current landscape of music. It’s refreshing that creatives are willing to re-purpose a song to access a new audience. “Cup Of Love” is my favorite of the pair because of the lush synths and memorable melody. Though the first doesn’t lag behind the ladder, both of these cuts are worth the listen in all forms, don’t miss it above.