Pro Era rapper/producer Chuck Strangers released the cover art for his debut album, Consumers Park, which is scheduled to drop March 16. Instead of the posthumous Capital Steez album, King Steez that was supposed to drop Christmas Eve last year but was ultimately pushed back, Chuck Strangers will be next in line from the Pro Era crew release a project. Strangers has produced tracks for his fellow Brooklyn rappers for years and has even jumped on verses but has not until now released a full length LP.

“Took me about 4 years to make that mother***er,” Strangers said on Twitter about his debut album. Indeed, it does seem, like most producers who rap, that Strangers took his time with this album to make sure it was right. Producers like Dr. Dre, Kanye West, and Q-Tip are famous for their patience and precision with executing their music the right way when putting together albums. If Strangers is following in the shoes of these artists, then Consumers Park should be well worth the wait.

The visual for Chuck Strangers lead single, “Fresh,” was released in October as the lead single for the Brooklyn rapper’s LP.  Chuck Strangers dropped his self-produced single, “Style Wars,” this past Friday featuring a guest verse from fellow Beast Coast, Pro Era rapper Joey Badass and few days prior to that track being released, Joey and Chuck both jumped on another self-produced track that they titled “80 Blocks.” It is unknown if the latter track will be featured on the album.

Following the release of the track, Strangers released the cover art to the album on social media. The artwork is an oil painting that was painted by the rapper’s father. The painting is of the rapper himself but when he was a toddler. The Rapper posted on Twitter that it was, “Only right” that he use the artwork his father created.


Consumers Park – 3/16 (Artwork was painted by my father)

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