When Young Chop & Chief Keef link up, it’s as easy as shooting a “Free Throw”.
Chi-town producer Young Chop has taken to Vlad TV to discuss his thoughts on going to high school or advancing to college, to which he states is not for every one. Chop stated that he would never want to taint the image of those who further their education, but personally it is not for himself, nor for everybody, Check out his full interview here.
Young Chop and Fat Trel link up for the remix of “All I Got” produced by Chop Sqaud DJ. Listen below.
Young Chop says we haven’t heard anything yet from Chicago’s Lil’ Reese and thinks he’s better than Chief Keef? “He gonna get that motherf****** star power. I know he’s a star bro. He bigger than Keef to me. Like he’s way bigger. He bigger than all of them. That’s just how I feel. I know this cuz I’ve been around him. It’s crazy because he’s really a good songwriter. He knows how to structure a song and all that. I showed him one time and he caught on to that shit. Cuz at first, he didn’t know how to do hooks and shit,” he said. Still speaking highly of the Chicago rapper Young Chop explains why Reese isn’t dropping any music. Hit the jump.
You know Young Chop from his hits, “I Don’t Like,” and the many artists that he’s produced for. Like: Chief Keef, Lil Reese, Big Sean, King Louie, Red Cafe, French Montana, and many more. However, despite being remixed by Kanye West for GOOD Music’s Cruel Summer, his becoming a household name was delayed. However, he was caught for an interview in Philly where he revealed that there is, in fact, more work with Ye on the way. Check it out below.
With his debut project, ‘Still’, due to be released this year, producer Young Chop is still cranking out the tunes. This time, he links with his comrade Chief Keef on ‘All I Care About’.
The maestro behind Chicago’s drill scene Young Chop, is preparing to release his solo EP later this year, so he unveils the first cut from the project which features his GBE comrades Chief Keef & Lil’ Reese.
As The ‘Welcome To Chiraq’ Documentary series continues into its 7th installment, Chi-town natives and greats Yung Chop and Paris Bueller, speak on their story, and what it takes to make it out of the hood. Check out part 7, in its entirety below!
This episode of Noisey’s ‘Welcome To Chiraq’ includes none other than Chi-town native, and notorious producer, Young Chop. Watch as the Noisey crew follows Chop, his mother, and his overall journey towards success, below.