I can’t even front — everything Chop has dropped thus far from King Chop 2 has been fire. Yesterday he …
Produced by Young Chop & Johnny May Cash
Chop and Sonny Digital? Yes, two of the dopest producers of our generation have linked on some rap shit for “Right Now.” And yes, both of the artists who are known primarily as producers are spitting on this one. It’s a new era, do what you feel.
Grab “Right Now” right now below.
Produced by Young Chop & Smylez
Queen Key is a name I’ve been hearing a lot lately. She’s red hot in the streets, and seems poised to make a splash for the duration of 2016, and well into 2017. Why is her name ringing out in the streets right now, you ask? Well, you can now listen for yourself below with “Don’t F With You” produced by Smylez and Young Chop on the beat.
Expect to hear a lot more of Key going forward. Don’t F that up.
Chop is one of the hardest working dudes in Chicago right now. Fact. Today he returns with yet another solo song titled “Safety Pin.” No word on if this joint will be included on his upcoming album produced entirely by Chief Keef (read about that here).
For now, get stuck with that “Safety Pin” below.
My mom asked why I haven’t written any TMT news stories in a while, and I’m just like, “Gosh, get off my back, Mom. Geesh!” After doing my best Napoleon Dynamite impression (I’ve been working on it all summer), my mom continues, “Why don’t you write something about that Chief Keef?” Again with the Chief Keef! She just doesn’t stop. So here I am writing a brief update on how Chief Keef is set to produce the upcoming Young Chop mixtape.
HotNewHipHop reported that Young Chop announced Chief Keef’s involvement on an Instagram post, where he said, “This bitch making all the beats to my next tape.” And so it was written. Of course, Young Chop has made a ton of beats for Chief Keef, including Sosa’s biggest hit, “I Don’t Like,” so now the favor is being returned.