CHCKLK returns after 5 months with a new smooth alternative r&b cut, “Rising Up.” He embraces the idea of our mortality and questions our understanding of the certain fate. “We all know what we live for/but no one knows how to die. We wanna live for 100 years more/But how much is too much time” . . .
CHCKLK has dropped the visuals for “Young Boy” and it is dark, melodious, and introspective. We find the lead of the video stumbling through a neighborhood after clearly being injured, shirt bloodied and all. It’s a tale of choices and we’re hoping this is just a piece of a bigger story. “This is the story . . .
New York-based alternative r&b singer CHCKLK (pronounced Check-leh-EK) released his new single, “Young Boy”. Speaking on his song, CHCKLK told Sunset In The Rearview: It speaks on the internal struggle I’ve always had, between the desire to chase success, and the mindset to fight for what I believe in. For me, those are two totally opposite . . .
CHCKLK‘s has released the debut single and video for “The One”. It is a poignant, introspective look at life’s fickle nature. “Are you the one? Are we the ones?” asks CHCKLK. “I’m really attempting to analyze the pitfalls of life, while questioning our motives to break through them and succeed. Watch the hauntingly smooth video below for “The . . .