Chinx Songs

  • You Already
    You Already
    We The Best’s own Vado has been feeding the streets lately with a slew of new freestyles, but tonight he decided to change things up and give Funk Flex the green light to premiere an all new original cut titled “You Already” featuring Chinx, 2 Chainz, and Ace Hood.
  • All I Know
    All I Know
    Mysonne has been quiet thus far in 2014, but he just dropped a track with Chinx, and it's worth the wait. Sampling a familiar '90s NYC cut (help me out, commenters), Mysonne gives up a vivid picture of his hood. The first track from Mysonne's upcoming, currently untitled EP, "All I Know" benefits from a very minimal beat and terrific verses from both rappers. Chinx comes through sounding hungry on his, gunning for the top and gearing up for the release of his debut album in the fall.
  • Now On
    Now On
    Most recently, Ransom has been focusing on his freestyles, sharing his takes on "0 To 100" and "They Talked About Jesus" in the past few weeks. But he's now gearing up for the release of a mixtape called Presidential Vol. 1, and shared the project's first track, "Now On." Featuring the talents of Vado and Chinx, as well as Street Runner on the beat, "Now On" is great first look from the tape. A real street track with some very minimal trap flavorings, it's got dope verses from all three MCs who seem to have great chemistry.
  • 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.
  • Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Cut Her Off (Remix)
    K Camp's "Cut Her Off" has been poppin' off in Atlanta for a minute now, but it's recently grown some legs outside of the region, and is currently sitting at number 80 on the Billboard 200. If you haven't heard the hilarious, Lime-A-Rita-centric story story behind the banger, make sure to watch K Camp's Breakfast Club interview ASAP.
  • 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. 
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    Continuing his recent tradition of releasing freestyles, we now have Chinx Drugz flowing over Future’s latest street anthem "Move That Dope", featuring Pharrell & Pusha T. This is just one of many freestyles he's been releasing lately, including his take over French Montana's popular "Gas Pedal" track and YG's latest single, "Who Do You Love." 
  • Keep Calm (Remix)
    Keep Calm (Remix)
    DJ Kay Slay knows how to bring out the guests on a remix. That's right, French Montana, Rico Love, Chinx, Gooney, Sheek Louch *and* Styles P all make appearances for this star-studded mix. The track has pleasures of its own sort, French and Styles' appearances stand out in particular. Also, with this kind of roster on a track, consistent love at the clubs is all but inevitable. 
  • Clientele
    Atlanta’s young and rising talent, Rich The Kid, has decided to link up with Coke Boys member Chinx for his latest offering "Clientele”. It is produced by Mercy, and will presumably live off Rich The Kid’s upcoming project Feels Good 2 Be Rich, which is dropping soon. Give it a listen and download below.
  • Up Down (Freestyle)
    Up Down (Freestyle)
    Continuing his recent tradition of consistently releasing freestyles, we now have the Chinx Drugz flow over the T.I. song with B.o.B, called "Up Down." He's been releasing many freestyles as of late, including his take over French Montana's popular "Gas Pedal" track and YG's latest single, "Who Do You Love."  Thankfully, Chinx is quite talented at these freestyles and can crank them out regularly but retain a fresh perspective on each track. His flow over "Up Down" is no exception.
  • Who Do You Love (Remix)
    Who Do You Love (Remix)
    Chinx Drugz has hit us with a whole bunch of freestyles recently, most notably his take on "Gas Pedal" with French Monatana. He's also decided to go in on YG's recent single, "Who Do You Love". Leaving both Drake and the Bompton rapper's verses intact, Chinx adds an opening verse to the west coast banger.
  • Gas Pedal (Freestyle)
    Gas Pedal (Freestyle)
    Chinx Drugz decided to let go a few freestyle cuts today, including one with his fellow Coke Boy and Bad Boy signee French Montana on their re-vamp of Sage The Gemini's buzzing single "Gas Pedal." The hyphy single which is produced by DJ Mustard really seems to be picking up pace lately, and it's actually already achieved platinum status, so we're sure to see plenty more remixes and freestyles in the future. Sage is definitely next up from Iamsu!'s HBK Gang.
  • Hot Girls
    Hot Girls
    Mally Mall has been responsible for many past hits and now he is working with the upcoming rapper and producer from california, Iamsu! on a track that features Chinx and French Montana. True to Mally Mall's talents, the song comes club-ready. Iamsu! performs admirably - his budding career will be worth following - and French Montana kills per usual. 
  • Hay Now
    Hay Now
    We The Best artist Vado has been in the giving mood lately. After releasing his Sinatra EP just yesterday, the New York rapper is back today with yet another new track for the fans. This one is titled “Hay Now”, and features Vado & Coke Boys' Chinx Drugz spittin' bars over a sample from Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize”. Track produced by Dollar Bill Kidz. Give it a listen below.
  • Streetz
    2 Pistols grabs Coke Boy Chinx for a verse on "Streetz" with what could be deemed annoying/infectious production from Jeremy Greene. This cut will appear on 2 Pistols' upcoming project Coming Back Hard which arrives on February 4th. Check out his last release off Coming Back Hard, with Jim Jones & Ray Ray, "My World" here. Quotable Lyrics
  • Like A Stripper
    Like A Stripper
    Knocka has linked up with Cokeboy Chinx Drugz for his latest track, "Like A Stripper". The anthem is set to appear on the Harlem rapper's upcoming Grateful But Not Satisfied mixtape. Surprisingly, the song sounds like something straight out of the Bay, taking the NY rappers out of their comfort zone, but they make the most of it. Quotable lyrics:
  • Paranoid (Remix)
    Paranoid (Remix)
    Another new remix from Chinx Drugz, which finds him putting his own spin on Ty Dolla $ign, B.o.B.* and Dj Mustard's "Paranoid" single. Listen to the original here. How do they compare?  Joe Moses appeared on the initial version, but was replaced by B.o.B. when it went to radio. Quotable Lyrics