Absent from our pages since he dropped entry #49 in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series, Hall of Justus rapper Chaundon is back to tantalize us with a little reverse psychology – though the South Bronx native tells us “Y’all Don’t Want It” on the inaugural leak off his forthcoming full-length, fans of pure and uncut underground hip-hop will likely find that it’s just what they’ve been craving. Over M-Phazes’ pensive, chopped-soul sample instrumental, the artist suggests we forget the past and crown him as The Future. Arrogant? Perhaps, but you can’t argue with the emcee’s recipe for success: ”Set the precedent with high-level lyricism / Keep heads turnin’ like they need an exorcism.” Carlitta Durand, the North Carolina R&B singer previously heard on 9th Wonder & Buckshot‘s Go All Out, handles hook duties, warning potential rivals that she and Chaundon ain’t nothin’ to f*ck with (in the most soulful manner possible, of course). If, contrary to the record’s title, you do want more from this underground mainstay, you’ll find what you seek on his No Excuses LP, set to hit stores and online retailers before the summer’s out.
Written by richard on 06/22/10
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