Chuck Strangers – “34th & Beverley”

blame it on Patrick Glynn April 26, 2016

Dedicating to “all my n*ggas that was down since day one,” Chuck Strangers delivers a new tune, “34th & Beverley,” depicting the intersection he grew up near in Flatbush, Brooklyn.

The Pro Era member grabs Jake Bowman to add guitar and bass to the vicious, soulful production as Strangers raps the sights and sounds of 34th Street and Beverley Road. “Can we get together for a day, all riders, for a day filled with promise, polos and Pradas, Midnight Marauders,” Strangers spits, painting the image of a day with his friend Kevin and the people they come across.

If you didn’t know, Chuck Strangers can rap, boy. Listen to the self-produced tune below.