Eastcoast rapper & producer duo Tone Chop & Frost Gamble took time out recently to speak with Prox Centuri of US online Inside the Rift

In this latest interview just published, the pair discuss their new album “Respect Is Earned Not Given” which releases on September 29th, the concept and themes addressed, and how they came to work with featured artists D.N.A., Kool G Rap and Tragedy Khadafi with whom Frost is currently producing a further new album.

They also outline their earliest influences, while Frost explains his different approach to this album compared to his work with ZotheJerk on “Black Beach” and also provides the publication with an exclusive mix set. He also makes mention of a future project “I Missed My Bus” nearing completion which includes features by Ras Kass, Skyzoo, Rah Digga, KXNG Crooked, Rute Juxx, Sadat X, Guilty Simpson and many more….keep a look out for that one later in the year !

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

LISTEN TO FROST’S MIX ON SOUNDCLOUD

“Respect Is Earned Not Given”, which also features Planet Asia, Canadian upcomer White Rhino and Bigga Haitian, will release through 22 Entertainment and is available to pre-order via iTunes and Bandcamp on digital and physical formats.

The first single released recently was “Walk the Walk” currently enjoying heavy rotation on multiple stations including Sirius Xm and Rapstation. Check the stream

You can connect with Chop & Frost on social media, via twitter @ToneChop & @FrostGamble, on IG @ToneChop & @Frost.Gamble and over on their Facebook Page

All international press, media and radio station DJ enquiries regarding Tone Chop, Frost Gamble and their new album can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR, our contact information is available HERE

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Earlier this week, Detroit rapper ZotheJerk and producer Frost Gamble sat down with Prox Centauri, the editor of Michigan’s online “Inside the Rift”, ahead of the release of their new album “Black Beach” on May 26th.

The discussion centres on the conceptualization of the project, the initial approach and recording process given the various sessions took place in Detroit, Kansas and Ohio.

They also touch upon the politically charged subject matter evident in the lyrics throughout which address a range of social issues including racism, social engineering and empowerment, before moving on to outline their working relationship and previous project “Muscle Shoals” designed as a tribute to Luther Ingram.

In closing, as Frost originates from New York State, Zo explains how the album represents Detroit, NY and the States generally as the subjects he addresses are more universal in nature.

READ THE INTERVIEW IN FULL HERE

As an additional bonus, Frost laced Inside the Rift with an exclusive hip hop mix, and you can check out the audio stream on Soundcloud

“Black Beach” includes features by Sadat-X, KXNG Crooked, Boldy James, Guilty Simspon, Young Bleed and many more, and can be pre-ordered on iTunes HERE

The duo release a brand new video for a bonus cut “Axe Somebody” tomorrow, Friday April 7th and are currently conducting a number of interviews with media in the States, UK and Europe. Keep up to date with their news on Twitter @TheJerkNation & @FrostGamble and over on their joint Facebook Page

All media, press and radio station DJ inquiries regarding ZotheJerk and Frost Gamble can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR, our contact information is available HERE

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