New Jersey hip-hop artist, Daze, has been using music as an outlet since a young age. Coming from a family that was rich in sounds and records, Daze has always been surrounded by a wide range of musical genres.

Chopped, Daze’s latest project, released on Bandcamp is a great showcase of his diverse tastes and influences. The opening track “Newark to Compton” is the perfect example; moving from a quirky beat to a more trap heavy production during the hook section.

With only 6 tracks plus a remix version of Kush Kelz’s “Follow Me,” Chopped is a short but interesting listening experience – the album has enough different sounds and style to captivate most hip-hop fans.

Stream Chopped below and hit up Daze’s Bandcamp page to cop the album. You can also check out Stop The Breaks’ interview with Daze here.

Written by Stop The Breaks
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