Chaz French Puts On For DC With "William Wolf" Freestyle ("Bless the Booth" Exclusive)

After a healthy amount of William Wolf whiskey, the Washington D.C. native steps into our Booth to kick a few bars.

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Welcome back! Following entries from Casey Veggies, Locksmith and Emilio Rojas, we are proud to present the fourth installment in our brand new Bless The Booth series. In case you're still catching up, Bless The Booth has taken over for our now completed DJBooth Freestyle Series, which ran on and off for the past six years and included contributions from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Wiz Khalifa, Yelawolf, Big K.R.I.T. and more. 

Bless The Booth comes at you live from the DJBooth headquarters at #AudiomackStudios, positioned right in the heart of SoHo, NYC, bringing our audience exclusive bars from their favorite emcees. Characterized by its off the cuff nature, our Bless The Booth series is the result of artists coming through our office to kick back, have a drink or two and enjoy the comforts of our newly-remodeled digs. We cycle through a wide range of beats with our guests, and once the vibe is right they jump into our booth.

The latest artist to Bless The Booth is Chaz French, an up-and-coming emcee hailing from none other than our nation's capital. French's buzz has been steadily rising over the last year, heavily driven by the release of his very impressive debut project, Happy Belated, in addition to some high-profile collaborations with fellow DMV phenom GoldLink. The "William Wolf Freestyle" - named after the William Wolf pecan bourbon that's become a mainstay in our office - finds French loosening up over a cosmic backdrop from our in-house beatsmith and DJ, T-GUT. These are straight pecan bourbon-infused bars.

For more Chaz French, make sure you check out his latest Saba-assisted single, "What Ya Say." As for Bless The Booth, check back weekly (and subscribe to our YouTube channel) for more audio dopeness from the likes of Obie Trice, Deniro Ferrar, Chase N. Cashe and more.

[By Brendan Varan. He is waiting at least another hour before he cracks open the William Wolf. Maybe. Follow him on Twitter.]