A lot of rappers claim to keep it real, but only Chip Tha Ripper is truly dedicated to Keeping It So Real. For the Cleveland native’s latest release Chip snatches a beat from the increasingly popular Cardo that’s instantly head-nodding and cooled out mellow. With some serious distortion on the mic, Chip comes through with the rhymes the song’s title suggested - on the real, he’s fighting off women left and right who want to get into his pockets. No, for real. Real is located on Mick Boogie x Hypetrak’s Represent The Stripes mixtape, which also contains previous feature Where I Am from Rapper Big Pooh.
Written by Nathan S. on 07/26/12
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