Montreal, Canada-based female rapper Chung shares ‘Liberace’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Synonymous with the sound that Griselda Records have pushed forth in modern-day and delivery similar to frontrunning woman Keisha Plum’s, Montreal-based rapper Chung shares ‘Liberace’. Over the attractive Soul sample, Chung talks about coming to her proper, being a big deal, and what that lifestyle entails. Gangster in her approach and confident, Chung seems to flaunt beauty, brains, and living bullshit-free. The song is short but entertaining. There isn’t any text to support the submission I received, nor is there anything online about her, so until then, let’s enjoy what we have.

According to her SoundCloud profile, she’s been releasing music for two years, and based on what we heard on ‘2010 2011 2012’, she referred to herself as Chung Li.


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