Bay-Funk California D.J. K-Lou Mid 90s Parker Richmond

【Bay-Funk】Chilee Powdah – Way Too Real

Richmond, California, In 1995, Producer: D.J. (5, 8, 9, 11, 12), Ken Franklin (1 to 4, 6, 10, 13), Parker (5) (5, 8, 9, 11)

Bay Area underground legend from Richmond, CA. In the late 80's-early 90's, Chilee Powdah was a member of an upcoming rap group called Tru, which was formed by Master P & his brothers Silkk The Shocker & C-Murder when they resided in Rich City.

④ Will You Be

A song with a deep bass that feels like it's diving into the ground, accompanied by the light sound of snare drums, and a melancholic female singer's vocals that linger. It has that distinctive Bay Area stickiness.

⑩ Can't Be Tied...

The contrast between the leisurely undulating synth sounds and the rugged bass, along with the light tone of the snare drums, is just right. This MC isn't the type to compete with sheer vocal volume, so the resonance of these light instruments might be a good fit.

The delicate and leisurely synth tones, along with the restrained sounds of drums and bass that harmonize seamlessly, create a wonderful balance, exuding the chill atmosphere characteristic of Bay-funk. Chille Powdah's laid-back flow, brimming with a sense of ease, brings about a sense of bliss, offering a relaxing moment.

-Bay-Funk, California, D.J., K-Lou, Mid 90s, Parker, Richmond