Following a monumental 2018 which included the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, rising Sydney superstar ChillinIt has opened his 2019 account with a contrasting two-part drop. Advertisements
ChillinIt had a groundbreaking 2018, selling out countless shows across the country even before the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, which blew up, amassing millions of streams independently.
Fresh off the back of his debut album, Women Weed & Wordplay, Syd city emcee ChillinIt has linked with Turquoise Prince for a spicy new joint – Concussed.
Sydney emcee ChillinIt has dropped his debut album, Women Weed & Wordplay, to a rousing reception, hitting #1 on the Australian Hip-Hop/R&B iTunes Charts.
Frequently mentioned as one of Australia’s top lyricists, Sydney emcee ChillinIt has more-than cemented that reputation with the release of his latest bar-heavy hit 420 Queen Street, which features none other than burn city-based rapper Lil Sknow.