itzdadiabolical presents: a single by King Rich and Rickee Stylez, “Big Poppa”. An obvious nod at the great Notorious BIG on the anniversary of his death. The duo show off with fly lyrics and a cold flow.
King Rich gives us some old-school type tunes succeeding the release of his smooth tape, Dutchmasters: The Purple Theory. This song is Chief Panda expressing his hunger for the come-up on a variation of the classic TLC “Creep” instrumental.
Chiefy Panda finally releases his anticipated third project, the Purple Theory. The majority of this album is produced by the supremely talented Suede Moccasins along with an instrumental made by Sol Daylahh who produced the Mareo Nissan EP I posted earlier, and one from Chief Panda himself. I’m about two songs in and its sounding good, it’s chill music. Listen for yourself though.
To celebrate his upcoming release, here’s a write-up on the one and only Chief Panda aka King Rich. He’s a DMV artist that I’ve had the pleasure to see perform a couple times. Rich has a unique take on his rapping with subjects favoring, but not limited to, personal life, women, and dat kush. He also has a distinctive flow that’s reminiscent of ditties and stuff.
He released two projects already, Bow Down and Bipolar. You can peep those on his bandcamp page. As a relatively new rapper, Chief Panda has been improving rapidly throughout his career. Kush Thoughts is an epic example of this, this song is the JAM with a catchy flow and memorable lyrics. Also featuring Cal Rips from the Kool Klux Klan.
Stay tuned for the Purple Theory dropping tomorrow night at 8 p.m. boiiiiiiiii