This month’s Key Studio VIDEO Session spotlights Chill Moody, an emerging Philadelphia rapper who’s built his spot from the ground up in the city’s vibrant hip-hop community. In our interview, Chill tells us about the musical influences he absorbed growing up in West Philly, his do-it-yourself method to cultivating an enthusiastic fan base, and the origins of “nice things,” his self-styled slang. We also see Chill and his band performing three songs at MilkBoy Studio, engineered by JoeLogic and Karl Petersen. Watch the video and download the session below, and catch Chill and his band in concert tonight at the Pool in Harrah’s Casino in Atlantic City, or on the Roots Picnic lineup on June 3.
Video by Bob Giardini | bobg-media.com
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