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Chise has been quiet since dropping his well-received debut mixtape, Almost There: Visions, Vices & Vulnerabilities six months ago. Today, he delves back into the game with a new experimental sound.  The Staten Island based artist’s latest melodic drop, “Play Too Much,” draws inspiration from Sango’s popular “When I’m Around U.”  The Soulection-affiliated producer’s instrumentation compliments Chise’s signature smooth songwriting perfectly, a combination that gives listeners a sonic offering worth a handful of spins.  Put this on your favorite alt-R&B playlist.

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