Chance Fischer – “CEREMONY” (Prod. Kleph Dollaz) | New Music


The “college dropout” story is about as common among rappers today as gold grills and white gowns – sorry, T-shirts – were in the decade gone. So to hear of an aspiring emcee boasting a degree from Cornell University on his resume evokes a second glance. This honour belongs to Richmond, VA-based lyricist Chance Fischer, who, with opening gigs for Mac Miller, Big K.R.I.T. and Freddie Gibbs to boast, and the notable Passport To Nowhere EP weighing heavily on his shelf of previous work, brings forth his latest track entitled “CEREMONY”, produced by glowing underground gem, Kleph Dollaz.

Never one to bury his lyrical smarts, Chance explains of the song: “CEREMONY finds me in a place of dealing with the death of friends during my senior year of college. The concept is “death” being this award no one really deserves and me sitting in the audience angry and shocked that my friends received it. It also speaks to the trauma of knowing death is around and wondering who/what’s next. I’m finally comfortable enough to share it with the world.”

Do the man and his message right by listening to the new song below and follow @Chance_Fischer if it gets the thumbs up.

Listen To: Chance Fischer – CEREMONY (Prod. Kleph Dollaz)

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