Chinx Drugz Songs

  • Told Ya
    Told Ya
    Vado and Chinx have become pretty regular collaborators, and after giving us "Doin' My Thing" a few months back, they're back together today with Vado's new leak "Told Ya". Chinx emulates French Montana on the hook, while Vado schools us on a few things. The New York staple is currently prepping an EP, and in Vado tradition, it'll be impacting in time for Valentine's Day. Actually it'll be dropping on the 14th exactly.
  • Dope House
    Dope House
    Chinx-no-longer-Drugz is still keeping the drug theme alive and well with his Cocaine Riot mixtape series. If you didn't get to experience a white Christmas, you can get the next best thing with Chinx's new Cocaine Riot 5 mixtape(?).  The Coke Boy rapper dropped off CR5 yesterday, and today we're highlighting one of the mixtape's collaboration with veteran New York rapper Jadakiss. The minimalistic "Dope House" has production from fellow Coke Boy Velous, and Chinx even drops a few Christmas references in it. 
  • CoCo (Freestyle)
    CoCo (Freestyle)
    It seems O.T. Genasis' "CoCo" may be the newest freestyle craze. So far this year we've heard "Chiraq", "No Flex Zone", "Hot Nigga", and "0 To 100" take on new lives as freestyle records. "CoCo" shares a few similarities with these songs, namely the uber-hard instrumental, and infectious flow. We've already heard Troy Ave go in on the instrumental, and another New Yorker has now stepped up to the plate. Coke Boys' next-in-line Chinx has offered his take on the song, which fits him just right.
  • Faded
    Faded
    Chinx continues to feed the streets the new content. After releasing a slew of freestyles & remixes these past few weeks, the We The Best rapper is back with an all new original cut tonight titled “Faded” with Mario Abrams.
  • Bodies
    Bodies
    Chinx is next in line in the Coke Boys hierarchy, and while he's yet to break through on the level on French Montana, his new single finds him in good company to do so. The New York rapper is joined by GS9's two most visible members, Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel, who once again display their knack for creating street rap that is equally catchy and menacing.
  • Made Me (Remix)
    Made Me (Remix)
    Is Chinx over saturating the market with all these remixes, should he focus on putting out quality, original music? Let us know what you think as the rapper has been non-stop with the remixes lately. The NYC native's latest effort is a take on Snootie Wild's "Made Me" single, which continues to get bigger. We're likely to see a lot more "Made Me" remixes in the future (and Snootie dropped one of his own with Lil Boosie and Jeremih).
  • Errrbody (Remix)
    Errrbody (Remix)
    Yo Gotti has seen some pretty unprecedented success with his single "Errrbody," garnering a ton of remixes from high-profile artists in its wake. Today Chinx joins the ranks of those who have tackled "Errbody," offering up a "Yay Remix" of the track. Giving himself the first verse, Chinx only appears on this remix for just over the first minute, leaving Yo Gotti to do the rest himself. We kind of wish he had decided to go in for at least one more verse, but his 16 bars here are enough to satisfy the fans. Hopefully we'll get some new originals from Chinx in the near future.
  • Couple Niggas (Remix)
    Couple Niggas (Remix)
    Fresh off the release of his "Try Me" remix of Dej Loaf's popular track from yesterday, Coke Boy representative Chinx comes through with yet another remix this morning. This guy isn't stopping, he's been flooding his fans with remixes lately. Is that a good thing? Let us know what you've been thinking of all these recent Chinx remixes. View them all here.
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    Soon enough it's going to be time to start voting on all these "Try Me" remixes. Until then, Chinx throws his hat into the ring, taking on Dej Loaf's break-out single for a re yaymix. Chinx has been heavy on the remix circuit lately, and he's not showing any signs of slowing down this week. All Chinx's 'yaymixes' as he calls them are doing fairly well, the most recent, a remix of Chinx's own "Feelings" with Iamsu! received a pretty high user rating. How's today's mix stack up?
  • Feelings (Remix)
    Feelings (Remix)
    Chinx no-longer-Drugz has been on a remix spree lately, dropping remixes weekly of various popular records. Last week's 'yaymix' was of his own record, "Couple Niggas," adding French Montana and 2 Chainz into the mix.
  • Couple Niggas (Remix)
    Couple Niggas (Remix)
    Chinx Drugz continues to show love to his latest project Cocaine Riot 4. Last week, the Coke Boy dropped off the official video for his track “Couple Niggas”, and now today he’s back with the official remix to the song featuring 2 Chainz and his fellow Coke Boy general, French Montana.
  • Drankin Patna (Remix)
    Drankin Patna (Remix)
    Chinx Drugz has been a on remix tip lately, and he continues the streak today with a new mix of T-Pain's "Drankin Patna" record which originally dropped in May. The Coke Boy rapper is currently on his grind, while his affiliate French Montana preps his Mac & Cheese 4 album and works with artists like Kanye West. Will we see Chinx get that Kanye connection one day? 
  • Hideaway (Remix)
    Hideaway (Remix)
    After dropping a video for his track "Couple Niggaz" last week, Chinx has hit us with a couple of "Yaymixes," the first being of Schoolboy Q's "Studio" and the second coming today in the form of a new version of Kiesza's "Hideaway." The dance music hit may seem like an odd choice for Chinx, but fortunately he sounds like he's amped up off some of
  • Studio (Remix)
    Studio (Remix)
    After being featured on a few recent tracks, (French Montana’s “Don’t Panic” & DJ SpinKing’s “No Flex Zone”), Coke Boy member, Chinx Drugz, is shining the light back on himself and getting back to the solo tip.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    DJ SpinKing is still pushing his "Adult Swim" single with Tyga, A$AP Ferg, Jeremih and Velous, in fact, he just dropped the official music video for the record earlier this week. He takes a break from it today to drop off a new remix of Rae Sremmurd's "No Flex Zone", enlisting Coke Boys' Chinx Drugz to help him out. We're happy to premiere it.
  • The Silence
    The Silence
    Chinx just released his Cocaine Riot 4 mixtape on iTunes, and the new tag-less product also comes with a French Montana-assisted bonus track. "The Silence" finds the Coke Boys taking on a Harry Fraud beat, and French delivering a hook that brings us back to Coke Wave, Max B days. No word on when we'll hear an official debut album from Chinx. It's possible that Lil Durk may have skipped ahead in terms of the Coke Boy lineup, with his Def Jam debut coming soon.
  • What You See
    What You See
    After hitting us with quite the streak of freestyles these past few weeks, Coke Boyz member Chinx Drugz has released a brand new mixtape Thursday evening titled Cocaine Riot 4. The project hosts 12 records, and features plenty of big named artists like Young Thug, French Montana, lil Durk, A$AP Ferg, and more.
  • Couple Niggas
    Couple Niggas
    After a lengthy string of freestyle cuts, Chinx Drugz or simply Chinx as he's called these days, returns today with an original track titled "Couple Niggas."
  • Yayo (Remix)
    Yayo (Remix)
    Snootie Wild's "Yayo" seems to be the new instrumental of choice when it comes to freestyles. We've already heard takes from Cassidy, as well as Maino, while Yo Gotti and T.I. jumped on the official version. The latest rapper to get on the track is Coke Boy's next-in-line, Chinx (formerly Chinx Drugz).  The NY spitter has been taking on plenty of popular instrumentals lately, trying his hand at "Move That Dope", Who Do You Love", and T-Pain's "Up, Down".
  • Zoo Muzik
    Zoo Muzik
    If Vado's last track, "My Bae," was a song for the ladies, this one's for his homies. "Zoo Muzik" features Chinx and Prodigy, and was produced by Dolla Bill Kidz. Flipping a sample of The Eagles' "I Can't Tell You Why," the production team supplies the three MCs with a spacey beat to flow over. Vado, Chinx and Prodigy, all NYC natives, vibe off one another and all give us great verses. Vado even begins his with a "Shook Ones Pt. 2" reference. 
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