A year after releasing his sophomore mixtape titled Play By The Rules, Chron Burgundy is back in 2016 with a brand new single SlumLxrd , available for free download and streaming.
A build up single, before unleashing new material off the upcoming EP New Rap City with Run JHB co-founder HuckFinn.
As usual, expect a barrage of rhyme schemes, punchlines & metaphors from the rapper who proudly represents Johannesburg, South Africa.
Check out the latest video from by Chron Burgundy, this is his first video from his latest album entitled Play By The Rules.
In case you missed it, check out Chron Burgundy’s interview with Lavatory Records. Also stream and download his latest album Play By The Rules.
Get the latest project by Uni-Verse from TitusTrack Entertainment entitled Prelude To A Legend . The project was released on the 27th of July, 2015.
Uni-Verse will also be featured alongside his group called Sounds Intense (the trio is completed by Paragon & Chron Burgundy) on the International Mixtape Franchise Volume 1.
Also do check out the video of If It Wasn’t For The Music single off the Prelude To A Legend project.
“Hold it down!” – was the projected and exclaimed command Chron Burgundy gave to the chatty, restless crowd. The phrase that he’s now known for, was initially coined during his days when he officiated and did the time-keeping for the now dormant Art of War battles league.
Chron always ensured rappers “played by the rules” by keeping it ‘official’. This has now transcended into his raps/music and “hold it down” for local hip-hop heads. He’s still calling fouls (expletives), although he’s no longer known as “Foul”. He was also a contributing writer for the South African hip-hop publication Hype Magazine, some time ago. This experience may have contributed to making him the “Ron Burgundy” (a movie character played by Will Ferrell in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy) of hip-hop – the Anchorman who holds the show down. Though his style is not based as far back as the 1970s – Chron still keeps it “old school”.
The man who dropped his first solo project #Sandcastles in 2014, serves as one-third of the group, Sounds Intense. The group released their single Money In the Bank on the 8th of May 2015. Chron took time out to speak with Lavatory Records about his journey into hip-hop, the change of names, TTE (TitusTrack Entertainment) and much more.
After releasing #Sandcastles in early 2014, Chron Burgundy is back with a follow up project. Chron (previously known as Foul-Play to some), went right back in the studio and worked on his much anticipated second solo offering, titled Play By The Rules.
Play By The Rules was released on the 29th of May 2015. Unlike #Sandcastles, Play By The Rules has very minimal features but notable appearances are made from Nic Blaze (who featured alongside Chron on Falcone’s single: The Drug Cartel) , Rawtek, Chron’s band-mates from the group Sounds Intense; Paragon and Uni-VERSE – who brought you the Money In The Bank single, as well as Slyme (a renowned battle rapper on the Scrambles 4 Money battle circuit).
Chron Burgundy’s interview with Lavatory Records will be out on the 8th of June 2015! Look out for that interview and in the mean time, please stream or download Play By The Rules.
Download the new single called Money In The Bank by Sounds Intense.
Sounds Intense comprises of TitusTrack Entertainment trio Uni-Verse, Chron Burgundy and our recent feature Paragon. The artwork for the Money In The Bank single was done by our other recent feature Falcone, who also featured Chron Burgundy on his single The Drug Cartel.
Chron who has agreed to feature on the Lavatory Records site for an interview in the forthcoming weeks, had this to say regarding the Money In The Bank single:
“It’s not what people are expecting to hear, but it’s what people wanna hear…” – Chron Burgundy
Be on the lookout for the Chron Burgundy interview, coming soon!