Previously featured as a guest on records by J. Mars (Kingdom Hearts) and Lyriciss (Calling for You), Chill Moody make his first solo foray into The DJBooth with new single Change Coming, Here, JoeLogic‘s bluesy sampling of Clipse classic Grindin’ bangs in the back as the West Philly rhymesayer claims his rightful place in the hip-hop pantheon. Local underground heavyweight Freeway showcases a little of that famous Brotherly Love by lending his inimitable flows to the joint’s closing verse. Think Moody’s justified when he claims, “It’s common sense to throw my name next to Common Sense”? Debate away—or withhold judgment till you’ve heard the rest of what’s on offer on his RFM LP, released yesterday for free digital download.
Written by richard on 01/8/13
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