Today we are able to provide you with Chavis Chandler‘s recent musical project, Dark Skin Jermaine and the Legend of the Leather Britches. Give us a little late pass on this one, but better late than never, right? Also, we wanted to make sure we set enough time for our review process. But I digress, If you’re not familiar with Chavis Chandler, I suggest you put him on your radar as he is solidified his spot in Detroit as an up-and-coming emcee.
This soulful, yet raw and gritty project blends together cohesively to make for a an excellent start to finish, which certainly reflects Chandler’s lyricism and choice of project.
Starting out the project with ‘Carry on Brother‘, Chavis Chandler sets the tone with a soulful production and raw vocals of the East Seven Mile artist letting everyone know that everyone is going to be alright. Transitioning from the opening track to the second, ‘Champion‘, Chandler spares no time getting into his trademark gritty flow, however the emcee still again brings home the soulfulness with the hook of ” I don’t need you to pray for me, save your pity for the weak, oh lord. They don’t build them like me anymore, I’m a champion.”
Moving to the fourth cut on the project, Duck Down II, the DAG laced production provides Chandler with a musical canvas to express himself that is somewhat reminiscent of A$AP Ferg.
While the whole project is a seamless listen, other notable tracks are Quit My Job, which was produced by Nolan The Ninja, Dream of Mine, and TheLegendoftheLeatherBritches.
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