King Chip, the artist formerly known as Chip tha Ripper, has released his latest street album, 44108.
The 19-track project, titled after the zip code of his native Cleveland, Ohio, included previously-featured selections "Old English," "Fresh at My Funeral" and "Vortex." Joining the emcee, born Charles Worth, are special guests Chevy Woods, GLC, Kid CuDi, Layzie Bone, MJG, Pusha T, Scarface and more. Production muscle is provided by an impressive line-up of beatsmiths, including Big Duke, Cardo, Dot Da Genius, K. Roosevelt, Lex Luger, Rami, Travi$ Scott and TrakkSounds.
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