Chuck Inglish & Action Bronson Bring Throwback Elements To New Music In Gametime (Audio)

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The lead-up to Chuck Inglish’s Convertibles is in at least fourth gear. The Cool Kids MC plans his LP for next Tuesday (April 8th), and he unleashed “Gametime” featuring a blog-era Rap contemporary, Action Bronson. Both MCs are known for throwback qualities, subject matters, and favored production styles. That’s very true of “Gametime,” where Bam Bam recalls his father attire for the New York Mets’ 1986 World Series run, while Chuckie postulates recording an album in Hawaii, before sending the recordings to Jamaica for limited vinyl pressings at a Dubplate factory. Smooth kick-back music…

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