Chill Moody Takes A Guns N’ Roses Ballad & Makes It Hip-Hop (Audio)

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Chill Moody is an up and coming rapper from West Philadelphia with a raw sound, and riveting lyrics. The “Nice Things movement” MC prides himself is being one of the top emerging lyricists in the City Of Brotherly Love, and he goes for the gusto with “November Funk.”

The beat was crafted by producer Wes Manchild, which contains an homage to Guns N’ Roses ballad “November Rain” from their 1991 classic, Use Your Illusion I. The heart-pumping, “arena” music cut shows Moody’s ability to turn a Rock anthem into a gritty Hip-Hop jam. Chill is coming out with a project very soon that contains straight production from Manchild titled TV Made Me Do It. 


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