Chiddy Bang - Paper & Plastic

Posted 4 years ago
Xaphoon Jones
None (Promo Single)

The thing about not taking any days off is that you actually can’t take any days off. Well, considering their prolific output - while still pushing their recently released album Breakfast, they still found time to link up with Converse for new release Paper & Plastic, it looks like Chiddy Bang is allergic to vacations. Group producer Xaphoon Jones gets a little more “banger” than usual on the beat tip, although as always he adds his own creative spin (is that a bird crowing?). On the vocal side Chiddy doesn’t pull any punches, simply letting it be known that when it comes to getting money he doesn’t discriminate, he’ll take that cash and credit. While Paper & Plastic isn’t attached to a larger project (yet), given the Philly duo’s prolific workload I don’t think we’ll be waiting long for new music from Chiddy Bang.

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