"In a world of copycat imitators, Chuckie Campbell rises above with his clever wordplay and respect for this art we call HipHop"
If you we're looking for real hip-hop in today's web of "twerk" and "drank" music, it would be almost impossible to find anything of sustenance.
Fortunately for us, there is Chuckie Campbell, a writer-poet placing value high on quality lyrics rather than catchy hooks or dances. His most recent full length album is titled "More Die Of Heartbreak" and here is the Unhinged Review.
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