Surf Club rapper/producer Chase N. Cache has released the album follow-up to February's much-buzzed-about, DJ Drama-hosted The Heir up There LP. Coming in the wake of singles "O.M.W.," "I Don't Play" and "Beastin'," Charm features 15 original records from the New Orleans, La. native. A$AP Rocky, Kobe, Lolah Brown and Troy Ave join Cache on the guest tip throughout the project, which includes production by ARAABMUZIK, Jahlil Beats and Grammy-winning beat crew Tha Bizness as well as boardwork by the artist himself.
Written by richard on Nov 11, 2012
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