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Canadian Rapper Cheffie Drops Off “Members” Visual

Coming from a background of gang violence and tribulations, UK-based rapper Cheffie beat the odds. He previously made waves with singles like “Reasons” and “No Voice,” but now the artist returns. “Members” is his latest bop, taking a deeper approach on the streets of Toronto. It arrives months ahead of his forthcoming project, which is set to drop in June.

Cheffie represents emerging record label Music That Matter. After dealing with the emotional trauma of losing his label CEO years back, Cheffie makes every lyric worth the punch. With fire new visuals and memorable one-liners, the Toronto rapper is one to look forward to.

“Been a street nigga since ’05 / Can’t walk in my shoes, it ain’t your size”

Cheffie on the second verse.

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Aspiring journalist and music influencer from the Carolinas. Twitter: @malc2global

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