keep dreamin. – 318CHA$E

 

What It Sound Like?

"Guess who's bizzack?" Got another cool video from 318CHA$E. Great to hear from the kid, again. RAN supports Team Fame Music Group, and other like minded artists. More jewels all through this tune. Despite the youth, 318 is wise. The maturity level won't be ignored.

Simplicity is key in this treatment by Lonzell Clark. A few locations were used. Nice downtown view from alongside the bridge, an arcade, plus a short shot of the strip. Down to Earth, tangible memories in those areas. Our producer is unknown, though the beat has a Sounds Of Blackness vibe. Another that comes to mind is Organized Noize. The jazzy groove is an instant grabber. Great selection to rap over.

CHA$E chooses Boom Bap instead of trap. Actually references the pits of the street life, and how he'd rather opposite. His content has depth, wisdom beyond his years. I'm confident in the future of Hip Hop with artists like this on the grind. With every marketing opportunity to get the youth used to nursery rhymes, he remains thorough.

Pull up the YouTube link and lock in. Visit other vids from our artist, please follow. Thank you to fans all around the world. The artists, I appreciate your patience. Jah Bless!

 

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318CHA$E- timewilltell(official video)

What It Sound Like?

I’m sure people go to school and dump resumes for countless hours to have this kind of reception. Can’t express how fortunate I am to be here. Between the rhyming and blogging, valued links have been established. With that said, shouts to K. Burns for calling the right plays at the right time. An emcee himself, yet won’t hesitate to feed his brethren. He put me on to a young spitta out Ruston.

Yes, Louisiana has a strong history of talented rappers, 318CHA$E adds to that list tonight. The artist made his way to BK to shoot a grassroots vid, no green screen! It’s all good we like green screens over here. It’s something about being in that natural environment,though. There’s nothing like it. You could still find some fly digi effects in spots that blend right. Take notice to the midpoint, where they transition to behind the scene footage of their recent show at Bushwick Public House.

I feel the content, easily having that spiritual connection. Mentioning how he relies on the Lord through situations. It’s a one verser, but to the point. This what we call Ghetto Gospel. CHA$E glides over the boom bap track giving the song an element that helps him stand out. Time is doing him well, as he continues to tour and drop new heat. After watching this, click subscribe. 

I continue to thank the supporters, in all that you do. Especially those rare dimes that like underground rap! Biggups to TFMG, keep that work flowing. Leave your reactions in the comment section. Yahweh blessing…

    

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