Chicago’s emerging rap prodigy Prince Coop unleashes summer trap cut “Chrome Heart Kisses” – featuring fellow newcomers Khi and Malik Mkuu.
Following on from an array of playful singles that put him on the map across his city, the 16-year old prodigy smashes into 2022 in a serious way with “Chrome Heart Kisses” — bursting with chest-rattling 808’s and choppy trap percussive textures that lay the bedding for Coop’s commanding flows and lyricism to shine front and centre. With the visuals seeing Coop and local talents Khi and Malik Mkuu running through the city, the flourish of vibrant youth culture perfectly encapsulates the vibe.
The 16-year old wonderkid is steadily becoming one of the brightest young talents coming through in Chi-town, his calm, assertive delivery starting to send waves across the sound sphere. Modelling from a young age starring in worldwide campaigns with Nike, Coop organically switched his focus onto music as he grew older, influences like Young Stoner Life and Chance The Rapper helping shape his sonic palette. Now beginning to crash into UK consciousness, Coop’s melodic flair and unrelenting energy create a signature, subversive soundscape. Early shows across Chicago continuing the heat, with a standout performance at Chance The Rapper’s infamous open mics leading to a set at Chance’s “A Night At The Museum” event in 2020.
With a stream of infectious heaters and a debut project on the way, mark Prince Coop as a serious new name in the landscape for 2022.