The song that set it off for the Cool Kids, and their biggest hit to date. The track’s memorable video is often referenced as a starting point for the blog era of hip-hop.
“Dapper Dan Leather”:
The latest release from the duo and first single from its upcoming triple album, “Before Shit Got Weird.”
Featuring an addictive hook (“I’m Mikey, I, I, I rock”) and rumbling production from Chuck Inglish, this solo shot from Sir Michael served as an entry point for some of the group’s earliest fans.
“Gold and a Pager”:
The Cool Kids doubled down on their retro sound and look by introducing gold rope chains and beepers to a new generation who may have been too young to remember when both accessories were originally in vogue.
“9:15PM” Featuring Jeremih:
A memorable slow-roller featuring the Cool Kids’ frequent Chi-Town collaborator, Jeremih. Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck handle rapping duties while Jeremih croons an addictive hook that makes the song feel like a Chicago stepper’s anthem.
The Cool Kids take it back to ‘88 on one of their early releases. Everything about this track is vintage and takes you to another era as soon as you press “play.”
After a lengthy hiatus, the duo reemerged in 2017 with this bouncy tune which, despite its title, lets the world know it isn’t about the game.
“Penny Hardaway” Featuring Ghostface Killah:
The Cool Kids and Ghostface Killah? Yeah, that happened. When innovators and masters of their crafts collide, these are the results you can get. A slam dunk.
“WTF” Featuring Boldy James and the Alchemist:
A true family affair. The Cool Kids link with Boldy James to talk cash shit over an eerie soundscape provided by the Alchemist.
An icy anthem that has soundtracked the past 10 years of winter storms in the Midwest. Grab a jacket.
This is perhaps the first Bitcoin strip-club anthem…ever? They don’t call Chuck and Mikey pioneers for nothing.
“A Little Bit Cooler”:
When the Cool Kids emerged in the mid-aughts, they came in the game telling us just how cool they were. What separated them from the status quo? On “A Little Bit Cooler,” they break it down and provide receipts.
“Pots and Pans” (Boldy James and the Alchemist Featuring the Cool Kids and Shorty K) :
If you’ve been following the Cool Kids, you know that Griselda standout, Boldy James, is Chuck’s first cousin. They’ve been collaborating for years, but their most recent effort is one of their absolute best. “Pots and Pans” landed on the deluxe version of Boldy James and the Alchemist’s stellar collaborative album, “The Price of Tea in China.”
A Sir Michael Rocks solo shot from the Cool Kids’ upcoming triple album, this track sounds like it was created in another dimension.
“Driver” Featuring Ye Ali :
Chuck Inglish pulls up too clean with this smooth solo release from the group’s upcoming triple album. Ye Ali rides shotgun, providing buttery vocals.