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Nashville rapper Chuck iNDigo shows us he’s ‘Bad to the Bone’: Watch the visual

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

With a name like Chuck iNDigo, I already knew what to expect sonically. Not only were the bars impeccable, the machine-gun delivery was carried by a flow of gold. Off rip, I was intrigued by the visual. I love seeing Black people perform, or create, inside a horror/suspense atmosphere. Chuck opens the scene in a blood-stained white shirt in the middle of a field, while gazing menacingly at the camera. This headshot properly pays homage to the Stanley Kubrick effect. I can’t help but point out the heavy Dreamville/JID sound I pick up from his voice, but even so, it’s nothing less than a compliment. The hook is definitely haunting, and reminds me of ‘End of Daze by Spillage Village. I’m looking forward to future releases from the self-proclaimed ‘status quo agitator’.

Written by Jeffrey Deon Chambers

Jeffrey Deon Chambers is a 23-year-old photojournalist and visual artist from Queens, New York. Since a young one, he developed a knack for writing and a limitless love for music. His ears know no boundaries. From the enticing vocals of Andrea Bocelli, to the genius production from the fingertips of MF DOOM, Deon constantly finds himself inspired. Aside from music and visuals, Deon is a movie enthusiast and foodie.