Prolific Chicago beatmaker Young Chop released Still, his debut album, last month, bringing together collaborators such as Chief Keef, Fat Trel, Lil Herb, Johnny May Cash, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Reese and Lil Durk.
Young Chop has been a long-time collaborator and supporter of Chief Keef, the two basically got their fame hand-in-hand thanks to the viral "I Don't Like." When Chop stopped by for an interview the other week, he spoke on first connecting with Keef back in 2010 on his first mixtape.
Typically, Young Chop is known for producing drill street bangers, but a couple weeks ago he decided to show off his rapping skills for one song only titled “All I Got”. After receiving some good feedback, the Chicago hit-maker decided to release a new music video for the record now as well.
The latest episode of Noisey's on-going documentary on Chicago's drill scene/rap scene, "Chiraq" has arrived. In the last episode (episode 5) we met up with Vic Mensa and the SAVEMONEY crew as they attempted to get their friend Joey Purp out of jail.
Young Chop discusses his sound, Odd Future, getting recognized, and living in Chicago with Fader.What do y'all think of this video? Check out Young Chop on 1Hunna, featuring Johnny May Cash, King 1James & Roland Green.