can’t won’t lie, when I first saw emcee Vinny Cha$e’s name in my inbox my mind jumped straight to HBO’s former hit show Entourage. However, once I pressed play on Harlem Roses, I forgot all about the fictional movie star. Cha$e definitely has a hit on his hands, which might even be more popular than the TV show Chase’s Aquaman role. Vinny delivers a speedy, rugged flow, which matches the pace and attitude of the Audio Dope-produced beat. Joining the Cheer$ Club member is fellow New Yorker Kid Art, whose deliberate flow, littered with colorful wordplay, serves as a nice change of pace to Cha$e. Fans can find a whole bouquet of tracks, including Harlem Roses, on Vinny Cha$e’s super-delay, but finally-on-its-way mixtape The Golden Army, set for release November 29.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view Vinny Cha$e’s Kid Art and Cartier Court-directed Harlem Roses visual.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/8/13
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