Introduced to our pages via February’s Too Many People, Chase Moore returns for another round with freshly-selected single Worst Nightmare. On this sinister cut, accompanied by the visuals of Dennis Brodsky, the Sacramento rhymesayer informs sucker emcees that they should be very afraid, flowing over his own ominous synth arpeggios. OnlyOne and illmaculate assist on the guest tip. For more, check out Moore to Chase, released this past November and available for purchase via the artist’s Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 04/27/12
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