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CHUCK DA ARSONIST BLOW MUSIC REVIEW

All we can say is wow!  Yes we are back with more music and you know that we always make sure every artist is 100.  With the being said our next artist is CHUCK DA ARSONIST.  Now off the rip he is talented but we have to also say that he is well put together.  He is not the artist looking for a come up but rather an artist who put the time in to make sure his talent is seen.  His single Blow seems to be a favorite around our office and looks like we are in the works with making an interview happen!  If it does you already know that it will be on Ny2Laradio and none other than DJ Altra will be the one with the questions.  Now back to the music.  BLOW is a club banger and reminds us of a Juicy J feel… This song should be played at every club so the fine ladies could twerk…lol… After all that being said we give CHUCK DA ARSONIST and his latest single BLOW an (A) rating and hope that he will be back with us to drop more heat!

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Many know the musical community around Washington, D.C. for either Go-Go music or punk. There is a growing hip-hop community as well, one which the upcoming artist Chuck Da’Arsonist (“Chuck”) is slowly becoming the new face of.

Chuck Da’Arsonist is the moniker of Charles Taylor, a man who was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Southern Maryland. Growing up, music surrounded Chuck Taylor at all times. His mother would play artists like Stephanie Mills, Mickie Howard, Howard Hewitt, Luther Vandross, and Lionel Richie. Thus, very early on in his life, Chuck Da’Arsonist found his love for music. Watching his father at the head of his family also instilled the good business values Chuck is becoming so synonymous with.

Once Chuck heard Eric B. & Rakim’s “I Ain’t No Joke,” He was hooked on hip hop. At that point, he began to pen his own rhymes and songs. This was his calling. At the age of nine, Chuck won his first talent show and fell in love with the stage and performing. By sixteen, he became a force to be reckoned with in the hip-hop scene.

In the Years following, Chuck Da’ Arsonist would form the group Phfeel Tha Arsonist (P.T.A.). The group became one of the only hip-hop groups in the DMV area to make a name for themselves. Since then, Chuck has opened for performers such as Lil Kim, Junior Mafia, M.O.P, 112, Craig Mack, Boot Camp Click, and Tracey Lee.

His solo career began while he was performing in North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Texas, and California. Chuck was named one of EZ Street’s favorite artists in the Washington, D.C. area, and he has been nominated for an award as one of the top regional underground hip-hop artists of 2015. In 2015, Chuck signed a distribution deal with Universal/Capitol Records’ Caroline Distribution under Try-Angle Entertainment. In 2017 Chuck Da’ Arsonist started his own label and production Da Bidnezs Ent. Chuck is also feat in the 2017 XXL Magazine Freshmen Issue. Thus, audiences can expect much from Chuck Da’ Arsonist in the years to come. He isn’t just a hip-hop artist; he is a vocalist, a graphic artist, and songwriter. He’s poised to be the next big artist hailing from the D.M.V. area.

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