The ramifications of murder are rarely analyzed past the instant reaction news of the crime hits family and friends. After the flowers have wilted and people have stopped grieving the hurt towards the immediate family begins to settle in. That’s the reality Janelli Pickens, Chinx’s widow is now facing following the violent death of her […]

The Hip-Hop community was dealt a deafening blow over the weekend when it was officially confirmed that Lionel Pickens b.k.a. Chinx was murdered in Queens early Sunday morning.

Early this morning, Coke Boys rapper Chinx was shot to death in Queens after what was reported a drive-by shooting. Fans and fellow rappers alike took to social media to mourn the 31-year-old’s death. 

Chinx, a member of French Montana’s Coke Boys crew, was shot and killed early this morning (May 17) in Queens, NY according to authorities. 

French Montana feeds fans a new track called “Off The Rip” as he continues to prep his sophomore dish Mac & Cheese 4.

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.

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.

DJ Kay Slay can rally up a list of New York City rappers at the drop of a hat. That was the formula on the “Keep Calm (Remix),” which features French Montana, Chinx, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Gooney and Miami’s Rico Love.