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[Listen] Chiddy Bang - "Ray Charles"

Being high and writing songs isn't anything new, with that in mind Chiddy Bang have just added another red eyed track to their back catalogue with a homage titled "Ray Charles". It's to feature on their upcoming Breakfast and you can stream it below courtesy of Rolling Stone. Here's what Chiddy had to say about it:

“The song actually started out as a joke when my brother, Cheeseburger Don, got so high he fell asleep in the studio with his sunglasses on. I looked over and he reminded me of Ray Charles, probably because I was high, too. I started freestyling about him and we laid it down right there.”


[Interview] Chiddy Bang's Noah Beresin and Chidera Anamege Talk 'Breakfast,' Guinness World Records, and Becoming a Farmer in the U.K.

The first time I heard hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang, I was in my first year at university. The combination of Noah 'Xaphoon Jones' Beresin's fantastic production and crisp beats and Chidera 'Chiddy' Anamege's awesome raps and freestyles was just too good. The next thing I knew, I was obsessed, and The Swelly Life mixtape soon took over my eardrums. With tracks such as "Opposite of Adults (KIDS)," "Truth," "Silver Screen," "Dream Chasin'" and so many more, the pair quickly displayed their ability to take samples from music of the past and today, add some modern flavour to it and combine it with Chiddy's slicks raps in order to give the listener a truly unique take on the hip-hop genre.

While the duo have only been making music together for the better part of three years, that time has been nothing but good to them. From their beginnings at Philadelphia's Drexel University, to the blogosphere bringing them into the spotlight, to the release of multiple, praised mixtapes, and their sudden rise to fame over the past year, Chiddy Bang have shown that they not only have what it takes to make it big in the music industry, but to do something entirely unique while they're at it.

While Chiddy Bang's fanbase continues to grow, the pair are continuously giving their loyal listeners a constant stream of free music, whether it's The Swelly Life mixtape, the Air Swell mixtape, Peanut Butter and Swelly, or The Preview EP. With the (possible) Fall release of their debut album Breakfast fast approaching, there couldn't be a better time to talk to the duo about all things Chiddy Bang. Courtesy of Taco Bell and their Feed the Beat program, I had the chance to chat with Noah and Chiddy via telephone as the two landed back on the East Coast.

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[Watch] Chiddy Bang - "Old Ways" (Video)

Check out the new previously unseen visuals for their track "Old Ways" from Chiddy Bang's release The Preview. You can see both Chiddy and Xaphoon hanging out on the streets of Philadelphia just going about their business and doing their thing.

If you're yet to cop The Preview you can grab a copy of it over here but before that check out the video at the top via Karmaloop TV.  


[Watch] Chiddy Bang - "Mind Your Manners" (Video)

A few weeks ago, Philadelphia hip hop duo Chiddy Bang released the track "Mind Your Manners," the first single from their upcoming debut album Breakfast. Today, they unveiled the official video for the track, which, similar to the likes of Justice's "DVNO" or Kanye's "Good Life," features some cool lyric animation, as well as a lot of breakfast foods showing up in the background. You can check out the video for yourself in the player above, and we'll keep as soon as the duo reveals anymore information regarding Breakfast.


[Watch] Chiddy Bang - "I Can't Stop (Freestyle)" (Video)

If Chiddy Bang is known for anything, it's Chidera "Chiddy" Anamege's amazing freestyling and Noah "Xaphoon Jones" Beresin's awesome sampling, and the track "I Can't Stop (Freestyle)" has both of those in full force. This time around, Xaphoon decided to throw some dubstep into the mix by sampling Flux Pavilion. Add to that some sweet freestyle courtesy of Chiddy, and you have one awesome track. The video also features some great visuals, showing the duo in the midst of an epilepsy-inducing concert throwing down the best of their skills. You can check out the video for yourself in the player above.


[Listen] Chiddy Bang - "Mind Your Manners"

It seems just like a lil while ago when Chiddy Bang released their Peanut Butter and Swelly mixtape and now we get the first official single from their long awaited album Breakfast. It seems we've already gotten several album with the multiple mixtapes, unreleased tracks and EPs these guys released already but nevertheless another offering couldn't hurt. Get your first taste of Breakfast by listening to the Icona Pop's Manners sampling "Mind Your Manners" below.



[Download] Chiddy Bang - "Peanut Butter and Swelly" Mixtape

For who knows how long, Philadelphia hip hop duo Chiddy Bang has been hard at work on their debut album Breakfast, previously titled The Swelly Life. To tide fans over until the as of yet undecided release of their debut LP, Chidera "Chiddy" Anemage and Noah "Xaphoon Jones" Beresin have released yet another free mixtape for our listening pleasure. The mixtape, titled Peanut Butter and Swelly, consists of fifteen tracks for fans to enjoy over the course of the Memorial Day weekend (for all of those US citizens) or just to fill the void of your summer listening. Whatever the case may be, download the mixtape (courtesy of Illroots.com), 'cause after all, it's Chiddy Bang, and it's free!

You can download the mixtape for free here, and check out the full tracklisting after the jump.

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[Download] Chiddy Bang - "When You've Got Music" Feat. The Knocks

The boys are back in town. That's right Chiddy Bang return this Friday with a brand new mixtape titled Peanut Butter & Swelly. Chiddy and Xaphoon give us our first preview from the upcoming tape with a brand new track for you to enjoy titled "When You've Got Music" and features a sample of The Knocks of the same name. Check out the track below and the trailer for the mixtape above before it hits the webs on May 27th on ILLROOTS.