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Mixtape Of The Week: Jackie Chain & Nick Catchdubs After Hours

There was a moment in the middle of the last decade where just about every mainstream rap song took place in the club. That moment is over, but it'll never end for Alabama bulldozer Jackie Chain. "Rollin'," Jackie's breakout underground hit, might just be rap's greatest-ever ode to ecstasy, and it has plenty of… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 15, 2012

Download Jackie Chain After Hours Mixtape

Fresh out of the recently-profiled Huntsville rap scene, Jackie Chain has come through with some strong cuts in the last couple of months. Delivering on that promise, Chain's new new mixtape, After Hours, a collaboration between the Alabama rapper and Fool's Gold records co-founder Nick Catchdubs, is his most cohesive, most trunk-rattling release… More »

By: Corban Goble / February 8, 2012

Area Codes: 256 – Huntsville, AL

Like any great music scene, Huntsville has been percolating for some time now. Through acts like PRGz and the production duo Block Beataz, Huntsville became a pin on the rap landscape with its stylistically Southern, but immensely colorful, music. Eventually, Huntsville bristled toward "breakout" status on the backs of groups like G-Side, whose last two… More »

By: Corban Goble / January 12, 2012

Jackie Chain – “Parked Outside” (Feat. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T.) Video

Motion Family's new video for Jackie Chain's Alabama trunk-rattler "Parked Outside," like the song that accompanies it, works as a celebration of tricked-out ancestral American automobiles. As rap videos go, it's not exactly revolutionary, but Motion Family know how to film the usual rap-video scenes with a narcotic sort of atmosphere that fit… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 14, 2011

Jackie Chain – “Parked Outside” (Feat. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T.)

Huntsville rap stomper Jackie Chain is one of the people responsible for the cult-favorite single "Rollin'," and now he's the man behind the new jam "Parked Outside," a truly satisfying piece of Southern-rap classicism. Texas legend Bun B shows up for a verse, and the excellent Mississippi producer Big K.R.I.T. produces the track and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / October 6, 2011