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Zara Golden It would almost seem that Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks reuniting The Cool Kids was an effort to gin up interest for their individual projects. Yesterday Mickey began the rollout for Banco with a video for the albums first single,
Zara Golden Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks have officially ended their year-long hiatus, called so that they could pursue their own solo careers, and are back to making music as The Cool Kids again. Today the Chicago meta-rappers jump back in
And me and @SirMichaelRocks are about take all our shit back real quick. Chuck Inglish (@Chuckisdope) January 6, 2014 Last year, Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks reconvened in Swervin', only to leave fans waiting for more of their original sound.
Blended Babies, Asher Roth And Chuck Inglish Get Trippy In See The World Video The Chicago production duo Blended Babies dropped an Asher Roth and Chuck Inglish-assisted track called See The World earlier this month, and now they're back with some
Omar Souleyman, the Syrian singer who teamed up with Four Tet to slightly update the conventions of Arab music, has quickly become a favorite of the cool kids. His debut music video takes elements of his live performance (standing, walking, clapping
June/July 2013 People are still getting used to seeing Sir Michael Rocks alone. For years, he stood beside friend and fellow Chicago native Chuck Inglish as Mikey Rocks of the Cool Kids, a hip-hop pair who found some success in the late 2000s as a
For the first time in ages it seems the honorable Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish have collided to make a groundbreaking song. The two formally known as the duo of The Cool Kids had a huge split a few years back.
Mask-wearing electro-house performer The Bloody Beetroots...It's Italian electro-house/dance-punk pioneer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known to his audience as The Bloody Beetroots . Behind the decks since 2006, Rifo's often shared the stage (and a
Posted 6/25/13 Echosmith would rather not sit at the popular table in their "Cool Kids" video...BAD considering that your parents paid all the bills and made you dinner every night.....BS on the whole situation -- which is exactly what dark-pop-rock
Detroit's Boldy James is great at dead-eyed minimalism, able to convey a lot in just a few words and a flat, sing-song flow that's reminiscent of 50 Cent. The Grand Quarters EP is mostly produced by Chuck Inglish, who provides a stark, almost inhuman