Tag: Young Chop
Directed by Nick Brazinsky and Kale Eickhof. Produced by Young Chop.
Chief Keef Mozart (yes, Mozart — no typo) is back with a brand new visual for “Earned It,” which you can watch above. If you haven’t given Sorry 4 The Weight a listen yet, I suggest you click here and change that.
Chopper City recently say down with DJ Smallz to talk about a number of subjects including not appearing on Keef’s latest mixtape, Sorry For The Weight. In the interview, Chop details why he wasn’t involved and also discusses the various projects he has in the works. The most hilarious / exciting being his new collabo project with his cousin King 100 James, called FAT GANG.
Man, I need to know more about Fat Gang. How can I be down? Where do I sign up? Is there a weight requirement? Sorry for the Weight, for real.
Hosted by DJ Ben Staxx & DJ Amaris
To let Johnny May tell it, we’re living in the last days. Or more specifically, his last days. It’s an eerie feeling and message, but the Chop Squad representer is out to prove that sometimes the sun shines despite dark days. There’s a bright day tomorrow.
This 14-song album was largely produced by Young Chop and ChopSquad DJ, with Cash Out, SD and the rest of the Chop Squad showing up to aid and assist. May Cash’s days as a force in the industry aren’t limited, so find out why with Last Days below.
Produced by Young Chop
Johnny’s campaign for his new album is quite strong. And today he closes out the week with his fourth single from the upcoming Last Days project. The Young Chop-produced “Sexy Ladies.” Hey sexy ladies, it was nice to know you.
Last Days drops next week, 2/24/15.
Produced by ChopSquad DJ and Young Chop.
Just in time for all-star weekend, Chief Keef, ChopSquad DJ and Young Chop get together to play some basketball. Word to Kurtis Blow. The result? Gotta be a slam dunk, no? Check out the leak courtesy of ThreeKings below.
Shot and chopped by John Rawlins.
Chop Shop/1st Ward was the place to be last night and Pattypalooza was the reason to be there. Pattypalooza was the official birthday celebration of Pat Corcoran a.k.a. Pat The Manager (management for Chance The Rapper, for those unfamiliar) and the city was out in full force to support. Chance The Rapper, Spenzo, Young Chop and Bop King DLow (just to name a few) made appearances, while Elz The DJ, DJ Kitty, OG Chase B and Metro Boomin provided the sounds for the night.
Yeah, go ahead and kick yourself if you missed out. If you did miss out, you can check out a short recap of the action above.
Directed by Reel Sharp Films. Produced by Young Chop.
Johnny May Cash serves up another taste of his upcoming My Last Days project, but this time in visual form with his video for “It’s A Difference.” Watch Johnny May’s new clip above.
My Last Days drops February 24th.
Waka Flocka enlists the help of DJ Whoo Kid, Young Chop, Offset & Ca$h Out for his brand new drop, “OVA.” Waka, Offset & Ca$h Out over a Chop beat? C’mon, that’s not even fair.
Check out what these guys cooked up together below, thanks to Rose.
Produced by Young Chop
I can feel this track 100%. I’m always declining my calls as well, so yeah, I can relate. But anyway, this is quite the monumental track, as this is the first collab from Durk and Keef in a few years, and it appears the beef between the two artists and their respective teams has finally been put to rest. Praise God.
That’s fantastic news. Can’t decline that — only annoying calls. Check it out below. GBE – OTF back in business.