Chance Fischer‘s Don Kevo-produced single, “IBIZA,” is full of sound. Heavy bass rumbling. Echoing vocal samples in the background. Multiple melodies flowing underneath. The song is controlled, eerie chaos. Chance talks to us about how specific experiences in his childhood shaped him into the man he is today, and the mentality that fuels his actions today. Stream . . .
Oliver Luck links with fellow Richmond, Virginia resident Chance Fischer for a head nodding cut called “Nina” that allows them to showcase their respective styles over laid back instrumentation. The song title is actually an acronym for “no, I’m not alone.” This is the first time I’ve heard Oliver’s music, but I’ll be on the . . .
“You think I got it all together, don’t you? You know, nothing lasts forever, don’t you. We a long way from home. I don’t know where we headed on this yellow brick road.” Richmond, Virginia based emcee Chance Fischer plays off of the concept of the heartless Tin Man on his latest release, the Mr. . . .
Emcee Chance Fischer and producer Don Kevo prove to be a salient combination once more with a new release called “Souffle.” Chance puts his expertise in the culinary field to use, comparing the long build up to his WREATH project to the process of preparing a soufflé. Stream “Souffle” below. (The Cheats Movement)
Remember the feeling that you get from listening to soul music? Some would argue that the genre has become almost non-existent, with a few exceptions such as James Fauntleroy and D’Angelo. We know better. Enter Rob Milton, a singer/song-writer originally from New Jersey currently residing in Virginia. With a smooth voice that has proven to be versatile over any type of . . .
Chance Fischer has been on a remarkable run as of late, leading up to his forthcoming WREATH album. He’s at it again today with “Grace,” a tense, heartfelt track about a mortal man and his fall from grace. Fellow Richmond, Virginia native Rob Milton adds some powerful harmonies to the chorus that contrast sharply with Denero & . . .
Chance Fischer gets even more theatrical than usual with “Colossus,” his new release featuring fellow Richmond, Virginia resident Erikka J. Chance tackles some heavy subjects over powerful Denero & Matt Campfield production, addressing media corruption, police brutality, and the widespread dehumanization of blacks in the United States of America. Erikka showcases powerful vocals, delivering a . . .
In music, staccato is characterized by short abrupt sounds. Notes played in staccato are sharp and piercing. Chance Fischer brings this concept to life through music with his newly released single. The tense, Don Kevo-produced release feature staccato piano notes throughout the instrumental. Chance also uses a creative metaphor in the chorus, as he describes . . .
Virginia natives Rob Milton and Chance Fischer prove to be an amazing, if unexpected combination on “The Light,” a new single that just premiered via OkayPlayer. Complex, visionary production courtesy of Saint Louis beatsmith Mvstermind sparks complex emotions in listeners before the record even starts. Rob stretches himself as a vocalist and songwriter, matching the . . .
I’ve seen a lot of songs that don’t translate well from live performances to studio recordings. Chance Fischer‘s “GRANDTOUR” does not have that problem by any means. I heard the hard-hitting record this past summer during Richmond, Virginia’s EpicFest 2014, and was blown away by its power and impactful lyricism. The Don Kevo-produced single sounds . . .
Dynamic producer Manotti Da Vinci connects with AM favorite Chance Fischer for “Club Home,” a smooth, sensual cut made for the dance floor. Manotti’s production is light and airy, bringing to mind a summery night out in the city. “Club Home” finds Chance venturing away from his typically rough and rugged brand of music. The . . .
Adept wordsmith Chance Fischer debuts a slick new single today for mature audiences in the form of “DEUX.” Chance has continuously curated a reputation for off the wall metaphors and clever punchlines. He maintains his skilled lyricism and also pushes the envelope with “DEUX,” revealing a different side of his personality than we’d expect after . . .
In the interest of expanding our mission to expose good music to the world, we’re launching a conversational interview series centered around conversational discussion over good meals. I felt it appropriate to call it “Hip-Hop & Ham Hocks.” For the first episode of the video series, I sat down with Richmond native and self-proclaimed “thought . . .
Octavion X advocates pulling your own weight on his latest cut, “Keep Your Worries.” Guest verses from Sammus, Chance Fischer, and Mr. Ivory Snow contribute to the song’s realistic, hard-hitting bottom line. Innovative Junior Wong production gives the song enough grit, intrigue, and mystery to further the impact of its words. Look for Panties & . . .
Chance Fischer‘s “No Left Feet” poses an important question: what happened to the soulful nature of hip-hop music? Infectious production courtesy of Yankee is enough to get bodies moving, and the Richmond emcee’s words quickly do the same for our minds. If this is any indication of what to expect on Fischer’s forthcoming album, we should . . .