Chaz French Shows His ‘True Colors’ On Debut Album

blame it on Shake July 13, 2017

Ever since Chaz French made his DopeHouse debut in 2014, the D.C. native has been a favorite around these parts. In the three years, Chaz has kept us entertained with his Happy Belated EP and These Things Take Time mixtape. But now, it’s time for him to break down the doors and reach for a larger audience with his official debut album, True Colors.

Inking a deal with Motown Records back in March, Chaz started the album roll-out earlier this month with the introspective “Pops,” before taking a ride with Curren$y on “Invite Only” last week.

“I put my heart and soul in to it,” Chaz said about his anticipated debut. “This album feels like a ride through my city, at the same time taking a journey through my experiences and emotions up to this point in my young rap career. DC hasn’t had many chances to have our voice heard on a large platform up until this point in hip hop. When I got my deal at Motown, that meant DC got a deal too. This isn’t just about me, it’s about the city and the world hearing our voice. No matter if we come from the same walk of life, if you’re from DC I want you to feel like you were a part of making this album because life in this city was and will always be my inspiration.”

Locked in at 17 tracks in total, True Colors includes features from Casey Veggies, Phil Adé, Shy Glizzy, BJ the Chicago Kid and more.

Check it out below and cop the album on iTunes.