The Bay's got a little more to offer than what you've seen from the "Hyphy" movement.

Re-introducing Chop Black; one half of the almost mythical group, The WhoRidas, intended to be legendary bay area hip hop squad Hobo Junction's mainstream dream team. After two regional hit singles and three quietly-received albums, The WhoRidas virtually disappeared, leaving an empty void on the thin line between underground and commercial appeal to be later filled by groups like The Clipse, Droop-E and B-Slimm, and several others.

Chop Black returns as part of the same original family, but sporting new allies, a new demeanor, and an awesomely upgraded rhyme style to prove that he has spent the past decade wisely. Although he may still be "Talkin 'Bout Bank", this shot caller has a lot more to share about life and his experience beyond big ballin'. Take a look at, and listen to his crisp new release, "Money To Earn" featuring Yukmouth of The Luniz. This is that "Townsh!t"...

Follow Chop Black on Twitter HERE, and be sure to heck out Chop Black flexing more heat on a collaboration with The Gallery Network artist BLvME (of High Risk / Law Dogs) HERE.


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