Chubb Rock Made Some Party Joints. Here’s A Brand New Remix With Chubb & DJ Mighty Mi That Pleases (Audio)

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Chubb Rock and his booming vocals made Hip-Hop great in the five-year-run between 1988 and 1993. With his Caribbean influence, Chubb’s wit, precise delivery, and fast flow made him a Select Records flagship artist, and a staple voice in Hip-Hop’s most animated era.

With some key spots through recent years, the Chubbsta has remained active. He recently linked with Philly native DJ Mighty Mi (of former Rawkus Records/Eastern Conference star duo High & Mighty). The pair came up with a pumped-up Dance track that kept Chubb’s best attributes in tact. The beat (now remixed by Brillstein) speaks to the Hip-House movement of the late ’80s, with some dope lyrics putting things in their place. “Same Rock” is just that, for those who loved those hits singles that The Lady Of Rage’s mentor hit Heads with throughout the era he knew best. Chubb sounds as great as he did back in the day.

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Mighty Mi has made great music with Hip-Hop icons often removed from the spotlight, including Akinyele, Tame-1, and Mad Skillz. Here’s hoping for more…

Props to ego trip! for putting AFH onto this one.

Related: Here’s a back in the day (mostly) video playlist to get you through the day. You’ll hear music from Redman, Grand Puba, The Roots, Chubb Rock, Mobb Deep, Heavy D, The Beatnuts and more (Video Playlist)