As a boy growing up in Utah, Chase Million recalls the numerous hours he had spent rapping along with the hip hop classics blaring out of the tattered speakers on his old boom box. “I still hear the neighborhood kids clapping for me whenever I hear Rappers Delight. As an artist you never forget your first standing ovation,” he noted with a gleam in his eyes.
It would take more than the memories of boombox concerts, on a wooden deck packed with friends and family however to compel Chase to pursue a career in music. The impetus behind that choice would come years later while serving his country as a Marine Rifleman deployed on the war torn streets of Iraq.
“One thing is certain every track on the album is a reflection of what resonates in my soul,” said Chase Million.
“His fans won’t be disappointed with this hip hop masterpiece,” said Len Green WePush Management.
Normally listening to his beloved Hip-Hop music provided an escape from the stress brought on by firefights and routine patrols but one night after a ferocious firefight he realized that it was time to follow his heart. The caustic events of that night ten years ago, and his devotion to the Hip-Hop culture, became the catalyst for the rising star, to begin composing his own songs. Ten years later his greatest inspiration and biggest fan is his beautiful daughter CoCo.
The experience of recording an album turned out to be much more challenging and fulfilling than Chase had envisioned when he started the process. “I couldn’t even imagine the amount of hours and effort it actually takes to produce an album,” he expressed as he reflected on the process which has taken months of effort.