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The Cool Kids

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The Cool Kids are a hip-hop duo from Illinois. The duo consists of Mikey Rocks and Chuck Inglish (originally from Detroit). Their single “Black Mags” is featured in a late 2007 Rhapsody TV commercial. The Cool Kids have been and currently are on tour with M.I.A… They have also been featured in the video game NBA Live 08 as well as MLB 2K8 with the song “88”, and in season 4 episode 2 (“The First Cut Is the Deepest”) of HBO’s Entourage with the song “Mikey Rocks”. They say that their influences are 1980’s and 1990’s rap. Listed in Rolling Stone’s “Ten Artists to Watch in 2008”.

HISTORY (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cool_Kids)

The members of The Cool Kids met in 2005 when Reed found a beat on the Internet that Ingersoll had produced. The two met to discuss terms of the beat’s sale, and eventually ended up recording for two hours.[2] They were inspired by hip hop in the 1980s and artists like Eric B. & Rakim. Ingersoll began promoting the new duo’s material, and it was eve... (+) expand
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Almostcool379 (level 7) wrote:
you need to upload 'dinner time' that beat goes hard
7 years ago
somehotkid (level 30) wrote:
let me know if you actually read this and there is a way to get in contact with you. love to talk about a collab. im almost positive you will both dig what i got. late

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7 years ago
dancer14 (level 1) wrote:
ya.... for shure put up basement party aka my favorite song
7 years ago
turtle (level 9) wrote:
i'm on the dyno with the black mags
7 years ago
steviegNan (level 10) wrote:
woooo! 88 is heavy shiieet :D
7 years ago
Karuna (level 24) wrote:
Love this band. They're all about *style*, which is a fun return to original hip hop...
7 years ago
candyo83 (level 27) wrote:
black mags.
7 years ago
pvking233 (level 12) wrote:
how about bassment party? please?
7 years ago
jonnysfine (level 10) wrote:
i like the beat
7 years ago
Fenir (level 18) wrote:
Nice Stuff. First heard 88 off the Adult Swim Album. Glad to see it here.
8 years ago

8 years ago
TomFoolery3 (level 12) wrote:
mad respect, love all your shit
8 years ago
TomFoolery3 (level 12) wrote:
new beastie boys
8 years ago
ShinNegro (level 2) wrote:
The Cool Kids...

I listen to them everyday. Easily in my Top 5
8 years ago
kredkicks (level 7) wrote:
can't find anything better. every party i go to get's introduced to cool kids while we make our fashionable entrance. thanks cuzzes.
8 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
8 years ago
mups (level 11) wrote:
Guys, I love your stuff. Love love love it. I haven't been this happy listening to newly discovered hip hop since I found Del. Keep cranking it out, great sound and flow, you got it right.
8 years ago
Tomekn wrote:
Good songs, but the album art ain't yours... it's from the video of "stones and bottles filled with petrol" by Cool Kids of Death
8 years ago
mutmut (level 27) wrote:
Gave The Bakesale a listen. Love it.
8 years ago
gazaar (level 22) wrote:
Was that before or after your spread in URB?
9 years ago