Cocaine 80s, the musical collective comprised of Chicago veteran rapper Common, Roc Nation singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy and helmed by legendary producer No I.D., have been on a blitzkrieg of sorts releasing a succession of tracks in the past week. The internet has come to a logical consensus that a release of some sort (likely in the form of an EP) is possibly around the corner.
With two impressive EPs under their belt (The Pursuit and Ghost Lady), the talented collective has already established themselves as a musical force to be reckoned with and have really made their presence felt with the recent deluge of tracks they've liberated as of late. The latest offering from the group,"Chain Glow" is a mid-tempo cut which features a meeting of R&B and hip hop as Fauntleroy and Queensbridge's own Nas go in over production handled by none other than No I.D.
In addition to checking out "Chain Glow" posted above, listen to the previous three tracks from Cocaine 80s released in the past week.