The violent murder of rapper and French Montana protege Chinx was a shock to fans of the rising rapper, who was on the cusp of stardom. Since investigating the 2015 incident, the NYPD said that the recording artist was a target of a hit.
A Coke Boys video shoot reportedly in honor of the late Chinx Drugz ended with five people arrested. It looks like it was the visual for French’s “Off The Rip,” which features the late rapper, and it went down in East New York on Saturday (May 30).
Chinx Drugz hasn’t even been buried a week, but the messiness of baby mama drama and mistresses surrounding the Coke Boyz rapper seems to only be just getting started. Reportedly, a woman is pregnant with his child—a woman who is not his “wife.”
A memorial fund has been established in the honor of Lionel “Chinx” Pickens, the Coke Boys rapper who was gunned down in Queens over the weekend. So far more than $10,000 has been pledged, with the funds being earmarked to help support his children.
The theories about who killed Chinx are running rampant. One angle NYPD is looking into is whether or not the Coke Boys rapper’s murder was related to that of Stack Bundles.
Coke Boys rapper Chinx made it snow on Christmas day by delivering the Cocaine Riot 5 mixtape.
Far Rockaway, Queens rapper Chinx masks up in the visual for “Bodies,” featuring fellow New Yorkers and GS9 reps Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel.
Chinx feeds the streets a remix of his Cocaine Riot 4 track “Couple Ni***as,” featuring fellow Coke Boy French Montana and Atlanta’s own 2 Chainz.
French Montana’s “Don’t Panic” has been marinating for only a month, but that didn’t stop the rapper from returning with an official remix featuring Chinx.
Vado returns with a few friends in tow on his latest street single. Titled “You Already,” the cut features Def Jam’s own 2 Chainz, fellow New Yorker Chinx, and his We The Best Music Group label mate Ace Hood.
Chinx (please don’t say the Drugz) didn’t include all of the fixings on his Cocaine Riot 4 mixtape. But that isn’t a bad thing, as he opened up the vault to release a freebie record titled “The Silence,” featuring French Montana.
There’s been a lot of focus on French Montana for what he’s done both in and out of the studio. The former takes precedence today, as the rapper debuted a visual for “God Body,” featuring Chinx.
Chinx dropped the drug moniker, but he’s still pitching that audio crack for listeners’ headphones. Today, Stack Bundles’ protege and the Coke Boys affiliate returns with his new mixtape, Cocaine Riot 4.
First and foremost, it’s dope to see how many New York City MCs are collaborating these days. That said, Vado returns with a new tune titled “Zoo Muzik,” featuring Coke Boys’ own Chinx and veteran Mobb Deep member Prodigy.
It’s great to see more unity among the rising New York City rappers. Leaders of the pack Chinx (formerly Chinx Drugz) and Troy Ave teamed up to rhyme over YG’s hot Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan-assisted single “My N***a.”
French Montana and his Coke Boys clique start the year off with a bang by releasing the highly anticipated Coke Boys 4 mixtape. The fourth installment of the popular series features the street and club records we’ve come to expect from the MMG/Bad Boy rapper.
A lot more New York City based MCs are gaining traction these days. Coke Boys member Chinx Drugz happens to be one of them, and his city, media folks, and more showed support last night at a listening event he had at China King Studios.
A little birdie must have gotten in Chinx‘s ear, because he’s dropped the “Drugz” from his moniker. With that and a lot more marketability to boot, the New Yorker releases a new track called “Feelings,” featuring French Montana.
French Montana told us he had a lot more in store for 2013. That said, we receive a new verse from the Bad Boy rapper on a new track by the Coke Boys, titled “Closing Up Shop.”
Recent We The Best signee Vado has a few things in store on his forthcoming mixtape Slime Flu 4. Case in point, he delivered a new track called “Till My Wrist Hurt (Copy),” featuring French Montana, Chinx Drugz, Pusha T.