Chuck Inglish & Blended Babies have joined forces to conform EV Zepplin, a self-titled project that will be released on April 29 and feature guest appearances from Asher Roth, Boldy James, Alex Wiley, Buddy, Caleb James, A$ton Mathews, & Nath
Blended Babies Feat. Anderson .Paak & King Chip
Blended Babies return today after releasing a remix of Rihanna's "Four, Five Seconds" with Jon B. Today they're back on their original production shit, recruiting a frequent collaborator King Chip, and Anderson .Paak, for verses on "So Slow."
We've heard Blended Babies collaborate with the likes of Ab-Soul, Asher Roth King Chip, The Cool Kids, and many more, but today, the duo have released 6 new instrumentals as their first in a series of EPs-- the aptly titled "1".
Blended Babies Feat. Asher Roth, Sir Michael Rocks, Jon B & Like
Blended Babies reunited the Cool Kids on their recent track, "On My Own," and it may be the last recorded instance we hear of the duo made up of Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks (at least under that title), as the latter refuted rumors of a reunion on Twitt
Before Asher Roth and Blended Babies drop off their collaborative project in May, the two parties decide to revisit last year’s “Sayin' Whatever” release and give it the visual treatment with some help from Asher’s good “buddy&rdq
It's hard to avoid all the news about North Korea lately, from their alleged hacking of Sony e-mails which resulted in the film "The Interview" getting axed from movie theatres, to today, when reports surfaced that North Korea has absolutely no internet (why,
Blended Babies, possibly the most slept-on producers ever, recruit frequent collaborator Asher Roth and Buddy for a new single "Sayin' Whatever." The production duo contributed to Asher's most recent album RetroHash, as well as handling all production on Asher
Chip Tha Ripper King Chip fans have been waiting a long time for his album Clevelafornia, and although Chip has still been dropping off random leaks in the interim, hopefully things start to move forward soon.
Ab-Soul's new album These Days... just started streaming today, and after one listen, "Just Have Fun" has emerged as a highlight. Though the album is filled with high-profile features, it's on this track that Soulo's skills shine the hardest.