The Cool Kids are in a great space creatively. They’re just doing their thing separately, and that’s quite fine if the music is good. Chuck Inglish lets listeners be the judge via a recently released EP called Droptops.
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 […]
Rapsody blasts off her Jamla-helmed project titled, The Idea Of Beautiful. The album features production from the Jamla founder 9th Wonder, AMP, Khrysis and more, along with guest features from Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, The Cool Kids, BJ the Chicago Kid and others. Bonus tracks on the Deluxe Edition include the 9th Wonder-produced Thunder and Beautiful Music featuring Childish Gambino. In a move that should be applauded, A portion of […]
Rapsody has been making waves in the last couple of months under the production of her label boss, 9th Wonder. This song will be featured on Rapsody’s new album, The Idea Of Beautiful, which is also being oversaw by 9th Wonder. This record features Chuck Inglish and Michael Rocks of The Cool Kids as well […]
Last week, Sir Michael Rocks released a new project entitled Lap Of Lux. This project contains much more mature content from the Chicago MC that wasn’t necessarily in abundance during his time with the Cool Kids. Michael Rocks sat down with Hip-Hop Wired and talked about the inspiration behind the project and explains the title of Lap Of […]
Last year Sir Michael Rocks dropped Premier Politics and solidified himself as a great solo act . He recorded more than enough records for the project and instead of keeping them in the vault he’s releasing them as Premier Politics 1.5 . Production from Cardo, Monsta Beats, Brandun DeShay and many more. Check out the […]
http://cdn.springboard.gorillanation.com/storage/js/sb.html5.jsToo $hort touched up his video for “Tryin’ To Come Up,” by recruiting Sir Michael Rocks of the Cool Kids. Too $hort’s new album, No TrespASSing, includes collaborations with Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Twista, E-40, Rico Tha Kidd, Dom Kennedy and more.