Chinx Songs

  • On Your Body
    On Your Body
    At this point, we've heard numerous tributes to Chinx since his tragic passing last month, and now comes time for some posthumous music to be freed from the vaults. This one's called "On Your Body," and it was just premiered by DJ Envy.
  • Freak
    Las Vegas artist Mally Mall isn’t one to put out full projects, but that doesn’t stop him from releasing random singles out of the blue. Tonight, he decides to give Young California Radio the green light to premiere his newest single “Freak”, featuring R&B singer Eric Bellinger, Chinx, and Too $hort.
  • FTB (Remix)
    FTB (Remix)
    While friends and family all gathered in Queens, New York for Chinx' Funeral on Tuesday afternoon, West Coast spitter, Iamsu!, decided to pay his respect by liberating this new remix to his track “FTB” (Free That Bitch), featuring the late Cokeboys rapper.
  • Street Dreams
    Street Dreams
    A lot of fellow rappers have been responding to Chinx's murder on their various social media outlets, and paying homage to the former Coke Boy rapper. Even so, French Montana felt it necessary to call out those who were putting out negative vibes in the wake of the tragedy. 
  • Fuck U Freestyle
    Fuck U Freestyle
    A day after the death of his good friend and collaborator Chinx, Queens' N.O.R.E. has decided to unleash a freestyle over The LOX's "Fuck U," off their 2000 album We Are the Streets, paying homage to all the NY street rappers still doing it as well as those who have moved on to the next life.  The track opens with a clip of Jay Z's tribute speech to Chinx from last night's "B-Sides" concert in NYC, before N.O.R.E. rips a classic hustler's freestyle over the Swizz Beatz instrumental.
  • Deep Cover (Freestyle)
    Deep Cover (Freestyle)
    To pay tribute to the late Chinx Drugz, DJ Bobby Trends decides to come through and liberate this unreleased freestyle from the Coke Boy member titled “Deep Cover” featuring Harlem’s Vado.
  • Rounds
    So far we've heard two tracks from MeetSims, a new artist under the wing of Chinx (these days every artist needs have another artist, amirite?). Although he's fairly new and only has two, now three, songs outs, he's got some pretty lofty ambitions for the rap game.  "I don’t like just doing hip hop,"  he says. "I don’t want to be classified at all, and people have to respect that. I can do a rock ballad and R&B records. Not to boast or brag - I just have the talent to do that. Don’t put me in a bubble. I can take hip hop and expand it."
  • Off The Rip
    Off The Rip
    French Montana has been fairly quiet over the past few months, which we can assume to be attributed with the Coke Boy rapper working quietly on his sophomore album, Mac & Cheese. French returns with a new record today, which may or may not be intended for the LP, but it's definitely sounding like album-worthy material.
  • Trap Queen (Remix)
    Trap Queen (Remix)
    "Trap Queen", one of the year's biggest hits, has put New Jersey's Fetty Wap on the map, and has inspired some big-time remixes. French Montana hopped on the initial remix, then Fabolous joined French and Fetty for something even more official, and, since, everyone from Shy Glizzy to Quavo has taken shots at the RGF production. 
  • Money Down
    Money Down
    After Kanye West brought the house down at the Brit Awards yesterday with "All Day," a couple names of those involved in the song starting coming out. Of course, the biggest mystery revolved around Allan Kingdom, who made his public debut in a pretty grand fashion, but on a lower key, Coke Boy producer Velous was listed as the songwriter responsible for the monstrous beat (alongside, weirdly, French Montana). 
  • Told Ya
    Told Ya
    On Valentine's Day, Vado will be dropping off a new EP, and just now, he shared the first track from it. Chinx is featured, and it was produced by Dolla Bill Kidz.  Fittingly, the song is about a specific woman in Vado's life, who by the sound of things is quite a boss. Chinx is only here to supply the hook, but he does so very capably, lending a lovelorn air to the song.  Quotable Lyrics
  • 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.
  • Bruce Willis
    Bruce Willis
    Maybach Music's resident DJ, DJ Scream, enlists a few outside rappers for his new collaboration. Making it a New York affair, Scream adds Chinx Drugz and Juelz Santana to the uppity "Bruce Willis." DJ Scream coordinates production from TM88 and Southside on the cut. The producers incorporate an operatic sample in the background, creating a cinematic feel for the song, appropriate given it's named after an actor. Feeling it?
  • 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. 
  • Doin My Thing
    Doin My Thing
    Vado and Chinx are two rappers currently making waves in New York, Vado as a part of DJ Khaled's We The Best collective, and Chinx as the second-in-line for French Montana's Coke Boys crew. The two have come together for a new record that isn't exactly the pure New York record you might expect, which makes it all the more interesting.
  • 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
    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
    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).
  • Eatin'
    Project Pat recently got some pretty big shine on Rick Ross' Hood Billionaire street single "Elvis Presley BLVD," and today, we're excited to premiere new music from the Memphis resident himself. "Eatin'" also features Chinx and Pat's protégé Big Trill, and it's a banger.
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