St Louis native Chester Watson has been shaking the rap game up for well over a year now, and it's seems that almost everything he touches turns to gold. Whether he's rapping over beats produced by associates such as Psymun and Art Vandelay, or he's behind the boards himself producing some real disjointed goodness, Chester has many feathers in his cap.
Recently we've seen Watson producing for other artists over releasing his own music, but this week we've been blessed with some new raps from the Florida-residing wordsmith, as he's just dropped the almighty "Pharaoh". Backed by a very relaxed beat from .eets, Chester showcases the lyrical sharpness and prowess that has seen him revered by fans across the globe. With his laid back rapping style sitting perfectly on the beat, he effortlessly cuts his way through the instrumental, and at just over a minute long, he leaves us begging for the track to be extended.
You can stream "Pharaoh" below, and be sure to keep your eyes and ears locked onto EARMILK for all the latest from Chester and the Nü Age Syndicate.
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"Pharaoh" (Prod. .eets)
- Nü Age Syndicate
- 28th September, 2014