Earlier this week, The Cool Kids made their return with a pair of new tracks, their first bit of new music since 2011. Now, one half of the hip-hop duo, Chuck Inglish, has news of his own: a debut solo album, Convertibles, due out April 8th via Dave Sitek’s Federal Prism and Inglish’s Sounds Like Fun.
The 12-track effort was co-produced by Inglish alongside Incubus’ own Mike Einziger and features a long line of guests, including Chance The Rapper, Action Bronson, Chromeo, Ab-Soul, Kid Sir Michael Rocks (the other Cool Kid), and more.
“Legs”, Inglish’s collaboration with electro-funk duo Chromeo, is the latest single off the LP. It’s a suave tune about a love for ladies’ stems, of course, and sees hip-hop’s swagger grooving just fine with disco’s booty-shaking, bell-bottom vibes. Take a listen below.
For more of Convertibles, check out “Came Thru/Easily” featuring Mac Miller and Ab-Soul.
01. Elevators ft. Buddy & Polyvester the Saint
02. Swervin ft. Sir Michael Rocks & Polyvester the Saint
03. Legs ft. Chromeo
04. Came Thru/Easily ft. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul
05. Attitude ft. BJ the Chicago Kid
06. Mas O Menos
07. Money Clip ft. Vic Mensa, Retch, Hassani Kwess, Sulaiman
08. Prism ft. Jade Hurtado
09. Game Time ft. Action Bronson
10. Hurt You Back ft. Benny Cassette
12. Glam ft. Chance the Rapper