Tag: Young Chop
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Some freaky tales from the band of brothers: Young Chop and Johnny May Cash. Love is a strong word, but appears these two have been struck by cupids arrow (possibly a head shot?) and have indeed, F.I.L.W.T.P.
Real heads respect that artwork, too.
Shot and chopped by Trav MC Films.
Rich The Kid’s collaboration with Chop, Dolph and Thugger dropped around this time last year and today, Rich’s back with the track’s official video. Better late than never, right? Check out the clip above.
The gang’s all here.
Chop Squad and Glizzy Gang connect again as Young Chop provides the backdrop for Shy Glizzy’s “Anywhere,” featuring 3 Glizzy and 30 Glizzy. This joint serves as track three on Shy’s Law 3: Now Or Never project, which hits DatPiff and iTunes tomorrow (12/2). Check out what Chop and Glizzy Gang cooked up below.
Young Chop and Jack Thriller? That’s an insta post. Two hilarious fellas together in one interview? It’s going up. So for this sit down for ThisIs50, Chop and Jack speak on a plethora of subjects including his new album Still, working with Kanye West, shopping beats, radio and much more.
Produced by Young Chop.
Something new/previously unreleased from SD and Chop. Not sure why this record didn’t make the cut for SD’s Truly Blessed LP, but I’m glad it still saw the light of day. “No Hard Feelings” is another solid offering from SD, so hit the jump and give it a listen.
SD’s debut album, Truly Blessed, is available for purchase on iTunes and in stores now.
Directed by Reel Sharp Films. Produced by Young Chop.
Chop Squad Monday’s continue with a new visual from Rampage. Here they bring the intro of his The Come Up mixtape to life. This is only the beginning. Truly.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Young Chop.
Chop Squad Monday’s are here and in full effect. Kicking things off is Johnny May Cash, who recruit the red hot SD for “Where I’m From.” Johnny’s new project comes as highly anticipated, while SD just dropped one of the dopest of the year. And damn, Chop killed the beat. These three are most definitely in good company.
Chop’s back in the booth and he drops off something brand new, which he’s calling “Ride.” Chop opts for a soulful backdrop this time around and the end result is pretty smooth. Can’t deny it — this one’s solid.
Listen to “Ride” below and grab Chop’s new album, Still, on iTunes.
Directed by Zae
Line one, money’s calling. Who’s on the phone? Shye, that’s who. And he’s done it yet again. Shye’s last few joints were straight flame, and he ignites yet again with this visual for “Money Call.” Young Chop is on the beat, and I must admit, I love this switch up from the jolly good fellow. This record is a winner, but we already told you that. Straight money. Click over, though — it’s calling.