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The midwest duo of Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish will return to the masses this year with the first of a three-album release rollout titled Before Sh*t Got Weird dropping early next month.
The so-called “blog era” introduced a number of influential Hip-Hop acts — Pac Div, Charles Hamilton, Danny!, Kidz In The Hall, and the duo of Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish as The Cool Kids, among many others. The former Mikey Rocks, who embarked on a prolific solo run before rejoining the group, has unleashed […]
On this fine Monday morning, fans get reacquainted with the galactic sounds of SpaceGhostPurrp, who teamed up with Sir Michael Rocks on a new track titled “Dollar Bill.”
Chicago-raised rapper, Sir Michael Rocks, will follow his Lap Of Lux series with a new mixtape called Banco.
Sir Michael Rocks engages in some not-so-humble stunting in a club’s VIP section in this trailer for his aptly titled track, “Money Came.“ The visual is part of the Chicago MC’s efforts to heighten the anticipation for his forthcoming mixtape, Banco, which is dropping sooner than later.
As the duo The Cool Kids, Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks (formerly Mikey Rocks) ushered in a fresh new sound in 2007 rooted in traditional boom-bap matched with high fashion swag, joining similar acts such as past collaborators Pac Div. Representing the Midwest by way of Detroit and Chicago respectively, Inglish and Rocks have […]
Sir Michael Rocks unveils the visuals for his Cardo-produced track, “Reservations,” via MTV a little earlier than forecasted. But hey, we’re sure fans aren’t complaining. G.O.O.D. Music’s first lady Teyana Taylor plays Mikey Rocks’ ride or die love interest in the gaudy shots.
The ball never stops rolling for Sir Michael Rocks, who delivers the follow-up to his underrated tape Lap of Lux with a new project titled, Lap of Lux 1.5. The Chicago MC wraps up a busy year with this eight-track project, which features Chance, Shorty K and Tris J and production from Cardo, Chuck Inglish, Harry Fraud and more.
Sir Michael Rocks lyrically kneads the proverbial dough on a smooth track titled “Make This Bread.” This joint is very Chi-town player like, excluding the five-buttoned powder blue suit, thankfully.
This track off of Sir Michael Rocks’ Lap Of Lux mixtape, which dropped a few months back, finally gets the video treatment courtesy of MTVU. It’s party time with the young rap stars as Casey Veggies and Mac Miller join the cool kid at a jawn that you wish you were at.