Chuck Inglish is back with a hilarious and creative tribute to the ATL-based street parties of yesteryear with “Freaknik ’96,” premiering today on Billboard. Equal parts goofy and groovy, Chuck pays tribute to the likes of Uncle Luke and So So Def in an animated love letter to the massive gatherings and the birth of bass music in the hip hop scene.
The Trevor Kane + Derek King-directed video transports Chuck to the time and place of Freaknik in both cartoon and real life forms, transposing him directly into authentic footage from the event itself. The end product is a tongue-in-cheek, must-see journey into one of the most crucial happenings for ATL hip-hop culture and beyond — just make sure your boss isn’t watching when you click through.
The video also marks the first of a series of video releases tied to his recent album, Everybody’s Big Brother, out now on Sounds Like Fun Records. Freaknik ’96 also serves as precursor to not one, but two additional full-length albums already completed: a collaborative effort with production from Blended Babies called Ev Zepplin and the self-produced Lemon Pepper Season Salt — both dropping in 2016.
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Chuck Inglish is a multi-talented hip hop producer and lyricist, known for his work as one half of Cool Kids as well as myriad solo projects and additional production work for the likes of Mac Miller, Rick Ross, Kid Cudi, Asher Roth, Chance The Rapper, Travis Barker, Curren$y and others. He currently runs Sounds Like Fun Records and released his most recent album, Everybody’s Big Brother, in Fall 2015, with multiple full-length projects coming in 2016.
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