Chuck Inglish has been known for his icy swagger for years now, though it’s never been quite as apparent on his new single, “Came Thru/Easily”. Dude’s so confident here that he allows his two guests (Ab-Soul and Mac Miller), both of whom are arguably more popular than Chuck, to rap on the track first. It kind of reminds of how Earl Sweatshirt‘s Doris opens not with his voice but that of SK La’Flare. But therein lies the beauty of collaborations like this: Chuck and Earl so confident in their work that they don’t need to be heard first to leave a lasting impression. I can dig it.
You can stream the track below. It’s off the upcoming Easily EP and you can peep its track list below the embed. [via]
- “Came Thru/Easily” (feat. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul)
- “Tangerine” (feat Aston Mathews/Kashflow Da God)
- “Keith Sweat” (feat. Sulaiman & DJ Izzo)
- “Swervin’” (feat. Sir Michael Rocks & Polyester the Saint)