Chella H • "Real Shit"
Directed by ishotdat
Chella H isn’t one for chasers. The Women With Attitude rapper likes her music straight up, an attitude exemplified by the new and true visual for her “Real Shit” freestyle. It's a beat that demands a hungry verse, and 90 seconds of Chella H attacking the track will quell any and all questions regarding her appetite. Also known as Jenny Low-end, this Chicago artist is more spitfire than songstress, and she’s got some very exciting news this week.
That’s right, as of tomorrow she will have released her project No Filter, sure to be some fantastic local music. It's an effort eagerly anticipated by enthusiasts, and one that’s been simmering for a minute now. Needless to say, fans are aching for a taste. You can think of “Real Shit” as an appetizer before the hip-hop feast that’s about to land tomorrow. With a successful listening party of the project now in the books after yesterday, the only thing left for her to do is drop it, sit back, and watch the new Chella loyalists roll in! Chella H's rhymes are clear as day, No Filter will be necessary. Cop it tomorrow.
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