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When an artist consistently creates at the forward edge, there are no guardrails. Quelle Chris has beencomfortable at the boundaries, leading Hip-Hop since he started. A student of Detroit’s music scene, hecut his teeth with thegroup Crown Nation and came up with Danny Brown, producing many of his mostbeloved tracks including the frenetic“Monopoly.”
Quelle has been on an artistic dream-run with the critically and fan-lauded albums“Being You Is Great, IWish I Could Be You More Often,”and“Everything’s Fine”with Jean Grae. He then went on to make“Guns,”before then landing the uppercut with“Innocent Country 2,”produced by Chris Keys. QuelleChris continues collaborating with the industry’s most creative artists. From billy woods to EarlSweatshirt, Roc Marciano to Mach-Hommy, from The Alchemist to Mndsgn, to comedians like JamesAcaster, Nick Offerman & Hannibal Buress, Quelle’svision extends beyond genre or format. Hecontinued broadening his creative, Questlove-style ambitions, beyond his own rap albums when he andChris Keys composed the score for the Oscar-winning film“Judas and The Black Messiah”with directorShaka King.
Known as one of the most dynamic live performers, Quelle Chris gives heartfelt, soul-filled,passionatestage shows. He spent the time we don’t speak of crafting a new, reflective album that hits close to homefor many artists and creatives. The new album,“DEATHFAME,”is a sonic treatment produced by Quellehimself, along with Chris Keys and Knxwledge. The record carries on like an incredible lost tape found atsome Baltimore flea market. It explores, unflinchingly, every moment of the trials the early 2020s hasbrought to all of us. Guests Navy Blue and Pink Siifu lend brilliance to the dynamic and unexpected newalbum coming May 13th on Mello Music Group.
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