Tag: Skooda Chose
Damn, it’s been a long time since we’ve heard a new project from Skooda. But stress not, the Chosen One is back. He’s set to drop his forthcoming opus, Vulture Kulture, at the top of February. I’m told there will be videos and leaks in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for the return. Today we have the cover art. Check it out above.
Directed by APJ Films. Produced by Mo & Velli.
It’s been a while since we heard anything from Skooda, but that changed this week as this new joint surfaced on DJ Sean Mac and DJ Whoo Kid’s The Crib mixtape earlier this week. Fast forward a bit and now we have the visual. Look for this track to be featured on Skooda’s upcoming project, also.
Chose and Co join femcee Suanye to hit the streets. Check out how they pound the pavement above.
Obviously unhappy with Skooda Chose’s portrayal of its namesake, legendary Chicago chicken spot, Uncle Remus, has hit Skooda with a cease and desist letter over Skooda’s new song and video with Co-Still, “Uncle Remus.”
The letter claims that Skooda uses an unauthorized reference to the restaurant and draws an unflattering comparison between the artist and the restaurant Uncle Remus. I guess the people at Uncle Remus didn’t like the Chosen One’s “bird” metaphors.
In the video, Skooda films in front of the Westside establishment with restaurant patrons and employees; which didn’t seem to be a problem at the time.
Directed by Stunna Reese
The Chosen One and Co-Still use the Westside’s most famous friend chicken spot as a metaphor for, well, you know. Take a trip out West with Skooda and Co.
This. Is. The. Remix.
Remix videos featuring a clean white backdrop, contrasting black outfits, and hot girls? Yep, those always work.
J. Hollins is set to drop his new mixtape, The Love Song, on Valentines Day as well as relaunch his website. Until then, he’s decided to unleash this new record featuring the Chosen One and Anton Genius.
Want to hear what’s up with J? Check out his latest vlog.
Hosted by DJ Reddz & Mr. Peter Parker
This mixtape serves as a prelude (get it?) to Skooda’s album, Vulture Kulture, which is set to drop sometime in 2012. Whatever happened to The Heir Up There, anyway?
The project features tracks with Traxster, Mikkey Halsted, GLC, Dawreck, Bennie Franks and more. Hit the jump for the full press release and tracklisting.