Hus Kingpin & Pro Era’s Chuck Strangers Revisit “Hardknock”…
For the latest leak, “Hardknock,” from Hus Kingpin & Chuck Strangers Hus Kingpin Meets Pro Era, Hus revisits one of the first tracks that helped propel Joey Bada$$ to acclaim.
Born in Brooklyn, hailing from Hempstead, with parents of Caribbean descent, Hus Kingpin cut his teeth overseas, as he launched his career onTokyo label Goon Trax. With a rapid overseas following, Hus returned to the states and signed a deal with burgeoning Indy label Mello Music Group to release his Roc Marciano assisted The Cognac Tape (2013) which also featured production from Khrysis and The Snowgoons.
Known for his bravado and his ability to blend gutter rhymes over haunting production, Hus sought the perfect compliment to his defiant rhymes for his return and found the dichotomy he was searching for with Pro Era beatsmith Chuck Strangers. Previously named one of Complex’s “Top 25 Producers To Watch Out For” Chuck has contributed to most of Joey Bada$$’ projects and manned the boards for several of Joey’s fan favorites including; “Suspects,” “FromdaTomb$,” and “Daily Routine.”
Earlier this week, Hus Kingpin and Chuck Strangers released there new Hus Kingpin Meets Pro Era EP a six-track offering that displays the versatility of both artists. Hus will follow up his EP with new singles featuring Guilty Simpson and another collaboration with Roc Marciano which once again will highlight there undeniable chemistry.