(March 4, 2015 -- New York, NY) – Hip hop star and Queens native Chinx recently teamed up with fellow New Yorker Jadakiss for his new anthemic single “Dope House,” which is available on iTunes beginning today (The clean version for radio is titled "Trap House.").
The video for “Dope House” has already been picked up by music outlets everywhere. Watch here.
Chinx says, "If you follow my music, you know I’m consistently bringing the fans quality street music independently. We started with 'I’m a Coke Boy,' then I gave you 'Feelings', followed by 'Couple Hittaz,' and now you have 'Dope House.' With my new partnership (eOne), I’m in a great space creatively, and it’s time to really play. "
Although he has created and released music for years, the release of his 2012 record “I’m A Coke Boy” featuring French Montana, created a wave that perpetuated Chinx’s popularity not only in the United States, but internationally as well, and solidified his position in the music industry. The song quickly became a club favorite and in January 2013 Funkmaster Flex premiered “I’m A Coke Boy Remix” on Hot97 with verses from Rick Ross and Puff Daddy, which took over New York radio for the best part of the year.
Along with other members of the Coke Boys, Chinx has been a part of several projects including the Coke Boys mixtape series, with the last edition receiving rave reviews online from magazines like The Fader, XXL, Complex, Vibe, RapRadar and many more. Independently, Chinx has also dropped his own mixtape trilogy titled Cocaine Riot. The last tape, Cocaine Riot 3 dropped in early 2013 featuring artists like Juicy J, Roscoe Dash, Lil Durk, Ace Hood, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Puff Daddy and of course the rest of his Coke Boys family including French Montana. The tape garnered heavy attention with over half a million downloads online.His most recent mixtape CR5 is now available oniTunes.