CHRIS CRACK DEBUTS NEW TRACK “FALSE EVIDENCE APPEARING REAL” WITH VIDEO
DEBUT ALBUM MIGHT DELETE LATER OUT FEBRUARY 12 VIA FOOL’S GOLD RECORDS
January 22, 2021—Chicago MC Chris Crack debuts a new track, “False Evidence Appearing Real,” today alongside a video—listen here and watch here. The track is from Chris’ forthcoming debut album Might Delete Later, out February 12 via Fool’s Gold Records.
The new track finds the prolific, beloved MC—of whom Pitchfork writes, “cult-hero status among online rap heads… a wiseass combination of Danny Brown and Chris Rock” and Vice praises as “one of rap’s merriest pranksters”— taking his signature approach to another level, dropping bars (and knowledge jewels) over an ominously funky Sonny Jim instrumental.
Following four critically lauded self-released projects in 2020, Might Delete Later marks Chris’ label debut and a bold creative leap forward, with fifteen must-rewind, “did he just say that?” cuts and indelible song titles. Revered by in-the-know fans and early adopters for his gonzo humor and twisted, melodic approach to hip-hop, Chris takes his appeal to new heights and audiences on Might Delete Later with the Fool’s Gold seal of approval.