Chuck Strangers and Navy Blue’s “Venison” – A Melodic Exploration of Hip-Hop

Chuck Strangers and Navy Blue’s “Venison” is a musical tour-de-force, showcasing the power of collaboration and the beauty of self-reflection. The song is the lead single from Chuck Strangers’ forthcoming EP, The Boys & Girls, which promises to be a personal renaissance for the Brooklyn-based MC and producer.

Chuck Strangers has played a significant role in shaping the sound of hip-hop, having been one of the key architects of Joey Bada$$’ 1999 mixtape and the Pro Era collective’s rise to fame. His solo output has been consistent, with Consumers Park and Too Afraid To Dance showcasing his impressive rap skills and masterful production.

In “Venison,” Chuck Strangers and Navy Blue explore the depths of their artistry, delivering poignant lyrics over a soulful, melodic beat. The song captures Chuck’s rediscovery of his love for rap music and celebrates the process of crafting a rap song with friends and peers.

Overall, “Venison” is a testament to the power of collaboration and the beauty of introspection in music-making. Chuck Strangers and Navy Blue’s unique blend of melodic exploration and lyrical prowess make this song stand out in the ever-evolving hip-hop world.

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Written by LandonBuford Staff

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