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“A life dedicated, to them never saying I never made it!” What started out as a bar in a verse has become a sort of a mantra for Chill Moody. The young aspiring hip-hop artist prides himself on being one of the top lyricists to hit Philadelphia in years. He has been compared to rappers such as Common, Black Thought, J.Cole, and Talib Kweli due to his flow, lyrical content, song making ability and versatility, but at the same time has managed to set himself apart from the masses by staying true to himself and telling his own story through his lyrics.
After Chill Moody graduated from Overbrook High School in Philadelphia he began attending Millersville University where he honed his craft of creating high-quality hip-hop music. He graduated with a degree in speech communications, with an option in public relations. Chill Moody has released six official mixtapes, his most critically acclaimed being: wESTchilly which reached over 1000+ downloads in the first hour of it’s Dec 13th 2010 release, and has since then cleared 7,000+ downloads. “I just think it’s time for lyrics and substance to be bought back to the forefront of music, and I feel like myself and the rest of ‘Tha ESTablishmynt’ have the tools to do so.”
Most recently Chill has been performing at all the major venues in the Philadelphia area (TLA, Trocadero, Kimmel Center) and has also reached constant airplay on both of the cities major hiphop radio stations (Power 99fm and 100.3fm The Beat). The video for his latest single, "My Eyes" featuring Cody Kahmar and directed by Gianni Lee, reached 5,000+ views in a short week and the song itself landed him regular mid-day rotation and prime time rotation on the airwaves.
Chill plans on releasing a new project sometime by the end of 2011 but nothing is yet set in stone.