The downside of overthrowing the current regime and installing yourself as king is that there will inevitably be those scheming to do the same to you. On new mixtape single Glorious Revolution, released along with visuals by Colin Pierce, Sacramento spitter Chuuwee spits from the perspective of a dethroned monarch, flowing over production by ENG. For more, check out Chuuwee’s latest street album,Crown Me King, when it arrives on the ‘net later today. Additionally, watch for his debut studio album, Wild Style, to drop May 29, via Amalgam Digital. Fans can still stream and download the artist’s previous street releases, Watching the Throne and The Millennium Falcon (Episode 1) (with Sundown of Actual Proof) for free in the Booth.
Written by richard on 04/24/12
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