PHILLY CHASE "Why try to be the next somebody else when I could be the first me?
Set trends and watch ya’ll rehearse me"—"Wake Up Call" Philly Chase began rapping in the streets of Philadelphia, PA at age 12 and was quickly noticed for his versatile cadences and innovative lyricism. Following in the footsteps of Jay-Z, Chase is heralded for his ability to recite hundreds of rhymes without pen or pad and record multiple songs in less than an hour. Aspiring to create a new lane in the hip-hop world, Chase prides himself on his creativity and unwillingness to conform to the current industry standards. This dedication and passion has caught the attention of people across music including Larry Gold, Black Thought of the Roots and multi-platinum writers/producers Dre and Vidal.
Living by the motto "Chop, Hustle, And Stack Everything," Chase has steadily built a buzz in the Philadelphia area and is getting ready to explode nationally after stints opening for artists like Drake, T.I., Lil Jon and State Property. After high anticipation, on 1/1/2013 he finally released his first major effort "Flight City". The first official offering from Chase is the song "Girls Like To Party" followed by "The Money Team Anthem" starring Floyd Mayweather, Jr. This will serve as an official introduction for Chase who is primed to make his mark in 2013.