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“Inspired by Jay-Z, Guns’n’Roses and Led Zeppelin, Los Angeles based alternative rap artist, Chase Enriquez rocks out a denim vest and long, dark locks like no other I’ve seen before, self proclaiming his love to booze, boobs, and music as if they’re all meant to go together. Infusing sounds of rock and hip hop, coupled with his passionate, raw vocal ability and lyrics drenched in inspirit, his ten track April album release Til The Flame Burns Out will most certainly be joining my music collection. As the kind of album where you find yourself set on the best of the bunch, until the next song starts playing and you find yourself torn between which song will be your newest fav, Til The Flame Burns Out is one you find yourself less focused on what genre it fits into, and more concerned with enjoying the music simply as it is...”
“Chase Enriquez is a mixture of epic rock and roll singer, soulful rapper, and pop balladeer. His new album Til The Flame Burns Out represents the natural evolution of a man who has been working on his craft for a long time... Til The Flame Burns Out is an atmospheric, pop-infused epic wall of sound led by Chase’s vocals as he bounces back and forth from R&B crooner to rapper all the way to arena rock ballad singer. The opening “Night On Fire” will have you raising your fist in the air pumping to the beat. Moving on down the tracklist to “Her Song”, we get to see a different side of Moving on down the tracklist to “Her Song”, we get to see a different side of Chase as he bears his soul over a somberly piano track guaranteed to make your nerves tingle. Til The Flame Burns Out is a fresh approach to the previous attempts at genre crossing. Chase has blended various styles that, despite their differences on the base level, each represent who Chase Enriquez truly is... ”
“If you are seeking alternative hip/hop and rap music, Chase Enriquez should be at the top of your search list. Fortunately, one need not struggle to find the high points of this album. Every song seems to awaken the spirit with vibrant riffs, hooks, and licks...This is rap and hip hop with attitude, but nothing that is too showy or overdone. It's nice to have some musical accompaniment with the vocals. Chase Enriquez is a talented performer and composer that should not be missed if you like urban, rap, and hip hop music. ~”
“So the title caught my attention “Til the Flame Burns Out”. The graphics for the cover are hot too. I found myself listening to the album. I almost felt like I was listening to a movie soundtrack. You can find everything from Pop,Rock to Hip-Hop on the album. The album consist of 11 tracks. If your into the whole Gothic themes you will love it. My favorite tracks are “The Majestic”, “Tell Me Why”,and”Her Song”. The album is worth listening too and good for an underground artist.As an artist there is always room for improvement.He has great potential and with the right deal he can reach it. As a lyricist his deliverance can be a little bit better. As a vocalist he delivers that rock rawness. He is worthy of the Raskal Life! I give it a 7.5 out of 10 Raskals!”
“every artist that I saw perform was near FLAWLESS...Some of the artists that stood out for me, and I did not really know much of them, are: Sha Stimuli RA the MC El Prez (I'm still singing "gone, beating my chest like King Kong!") Curse ..." ”
“Sole Munki is doing it big lately. They have a sneaker boutique, clothing line, skate team, and their artist Curse aka Chase just shot his video for “Sol Munki Rag“.”
"With a wide array of musical stylings and taste, the Sol Munki brother has gone in over beats made popular by the likes of Coldplay and Amy Winehouse just to switch things up."