Cool Nutz ft. Maniac Lok & Bosko - Keep Chasin

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Bosko
Album:
Portland Ni%#a

Cool Nutz’ last DJBooth feature, December’s Mine, depicted the artist grinding overtime in order to claim the money, power and respect he deserves. A month and change later, it should come as no surprise to find the Oregonian emcee still in hot pursuit of his rightful shine. On freshly-minted single selection Keep Chasin’, Nutz emphasizes the global nature of his hustle, lacing heavyweight beatsmith (and guest hook singer) Bosko‘s luxurious piano-loop production with opulent snapshots of his world travels. Oklahoma City’s Maniac Loc contributes high-energy guest rhymes in between the headliner’s self-confident opening and closing 16s. Fans can find Keep Chasin’ and many more fresh cuts on Cool Nutz’ Portland N**ga LP, released last summer and available now online.

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