Chip Fu

Chip Fu

BandHip HopReggae

Chip Fu is no stranger to the realm of hiphop music. As a radical member of a platinum selling hiphop group the fuschnickens, his intricately interwoven flow left us all blown away and asking for more. Get ready to inhale again, Chips back with a breath of fresh air for the entire industry


Chip-fu is no stranger to the realm of hip-hop music. As a radical member of a platinum selling hip-hop group the fuschnickens, his intricately interwoven flow left us all light-headed, exhausted and wheezing for more. Get ready to inhale again, cuz Chips back with a breath of fresh air for the entire industry.

The trials and tribulations of life, love and music helped Chip conceive his latest project titled M.A2.T.H. (Music, Appreciation, Art, Time and Healing) -The new ciriculum. Though his style remains on the cutting-edge of hip-hop, as a solo artist Chip has much more room to be creative. Reggae music is evident throughout the entire work and Chips natural talent interblends both worlds instinctively.

As a solo artist, I am finally able to appreciate dimensions of creativity. This allows me to introduce other talents, he says.

After collaborating with Shaquille ONeal on the platinum selling album Shaq Diesel, Chip gained a stronger sense of passion for the music business. This led him to establish his own company BLAQ-INK Entertainment.Chip states " ive done songs with everybody from Queen latifah to Shereefa(DTP) so i figured i should start my own company". The production team gives up-and-coming artists direction and an avenue to cultivate their abilities as performers.

Wisdom and responsibility also leads Chip to speak on two important topics: the paths he chose in life and the musical roads that need to be repaved in the industry.

Music should be seen as a never-ending jigsaw puzzle composed of intricate cut outs, says Chip. The artists goal shouldnt be to fill the board with the same pieces the object of the game should be for an artist to find his or her own niche and interlock accordingly.

Additionally, Chip touches daily issues which are not necessarily the wish lists many artists prefer to muse about.

People are in tune with an artist who epitomizes truth music music that stands the test of time, he states. Everyone can appreciate and relate to matters of the heart, soul and mind.

And this album proves Chip remains on the pulse of the industry as an original forerunner to hip-hop as well as a paradigm to reggae music.

Along with BLAQ-INK and GSP , alliances for this project include heavyweight producers Ali Shaheed (Tribe Called Quest, Lucy Pearl, DAngelo), K Gardner, The Are (Russell from K-Otics), Budah(bustah) Needlez (50 Cent, Ludacris), S-1, Illmind (5o cent), Apathy, Beatminers (Blackmoon, Boot Camp Click), slopfunkdust , Kkut, vitamin D, kay of the foundation,Blackmilk(Monch), and others.

While working on his album, Chip made time to contribute to other artists projects. Not only was he highlighted on Ali Shaheeds CD Shaheedullah and Stereotypes, he was featured on the 2005 Tribe Called Quest North American Tour Hes the only guest artist on Mint Conditions Living the Luxury Brown and has done several shows including the 2005 Essence Music Festival to support their project. Chip is also featured the Summer 2005 Underground Compilation with Jamaican recording artist Hawkeye and singers Slick and Rose. He appears on The Art of One Mind (featured with El Da Sensei), which was also released in 2005.In 07 he appeared on the remix for "where are they now" by NAS.He also introduced a different side of himself to the game by singing a reggae song called " love me sensi" (on the come around riddim) the song and video became an instant smash and is still gaining momentum .He also formed a new crew called JUNGLE ROCK and goes by the nick name JUNGLE ROCK JR. Chip states " jungle is the sound and the Rock is the foundation " so every body get familiar!! Now in 08 Chip has been called on to lend his vocals on many songs such as Nicolay and Kays TIMELINE album and PETE ROCKS NYS FINEST. Chips concerns with life, death, family and the industry are apparent with every track. Those familiar with the lyrical antics and oracle style weve grown to expect, respect and love from Chip will not be disappointed by this solo debut project.


La Schmoove featuring Phife Dawg

Written By: R. Roachford, L. Maturine, J. Jones

La Schmoove yo we don't got nuttin to prove (4X)

[Poc Fu]

Yo when I was small they used to tease me

because my hair was peasy hard and greasy

But now I'm livin well like George and Wheezy

So easy (WHAT?) does it (YO!)

Is it because I'm rockin beats beats beats

Fu Manchu'n cause I'm doin what just had to be done

Now we in there like swimwear girls callin me hon

Give me hugs, little peck, mucho tongue, lots of sex

Nuff respects to my bros that live on five-six street RIGHT

I'm smashin monster mashin boom bashin in a fashion

which is wild now I smile when I whip-lash MC's with my style

Call me Cuckoo, I'm makin buku, bucks

I'm geared and fully prepared to tear all MC's that are, smuks

For bros who sleep and cavity creep and listen when I talk

as I soothe in the groove, cause I'm smooth like Mr. Rourke

Doobely-zoo Mr. Wu, no need to be rude, but F.U.

cause I ain't got nuttin to prove

La Schmoove, yo we don't got nuttin to prove (4X)

[Chip Fu]

'Leave it to Beaver'-arriva, derci

Heavens to mercy ba FU sayanora

adios muchachos dorme vous unbuckle my Fu-Schnick shoe

Mr., Chip Fu, about to wreck shop

With the Judo (CHOP!) a Judo (CHOP!) a Judo chop CHOP!

Yo, zilch kaput me nada none son

I don't think so, so take a look at

a Superfly big Jimmy the Honeynut Cheerio Bee

ba schnicker bah snchnucker

I ams what I ams that's all what I ams

My lyrics are never done

I'm the big John Elmer Glue the Elmer the Fudd

Al Bundy the Bud Light stud

Come like tongues lashes, with the quickness

Moc and Poc is, my witness

Ask the Kung about my tongue and the styles that I brung instead

I'm the Ali Babi cutty rankin shuba-dib-da-dabble

Jaw Boy Wonder Bread dread, BUM BA READ

These lyrics ah-come out of mi head, BUM BA READ

Mr. Chip Fu's gon stay' di-di, da-di-di, dra-dread

You said I couldn't rap, but I really wrecked shop

and I don't stop drop, I get props

I pick up the mic drop a style and pattern and fashion

and all MC's jaws drops down

My accent, you're mockin, my clothes, you're clockin

Rippin MC's to smithereens to their

ribbidy-diddiby-Pippi Long-STOCKINGS

So don't step to Chip, I'm on the La Schmoove tip

You'll say "Drats I really failed again plus he sank my Babble-ship"

So oooh, shit G, wa-wa or biscuit?

Rip it and be specific doin it terrific when I kicks it

Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang, Pepe LePew, Pepe LePew

La Schmoove, yo I ain't got NUTTIN to prove!

La Schmoove, yo we don't got nuttin to prove (4X)

[Phife Dawg]

Now here I go, once again, with the ill flow

Other MC's that rap, their style is so-so

Phife Dawg was never the type that ever lacked skills

I just stay true to my roots and then I get ill

Twenty years of age, but yet I still see KNOWLEDGE

And this year, was so-called, my Senior year in COLLEGE

But I chose to pursue, in a field called music

And with some hype beats and breaks you know I won't refuse it

Get on the board lay down the track and I'll do ten laps

Pass the pen, pass the pad, and I'll kick nuff RAPS

Just come inside your jam and witness who is boss

and it won't be Tony Danza nor Diana Ross

As small as I am, I still can pack jams

Do a freestyle, and step, but yet I still slam

Not tryin to say that no one can get with me

Not only is it the lyrics I write, it's my delivery

Name one rapper that you know who has this high-strung voice

My name's Malik and I'm unique, in other words top choice

Nothin commercial bout this, it's mainly hardcore

Now that you got what you want, do you want more?

(UHH!) Because I got more in store!

La Schmoove, yo we don't got nuttin to prove (4X)

[Moc Fu]

MC, the Shining One, a.k.a. The Golden Child

I have a grin at times, but then throw up a fake smile

Vaseline Intensive Care, don't fear mon frere

'Cept I say, everybody that rappin, G pull his hair

Back in the groove, it's no way you can handle this

Shit so fly, that you can call it scandalous

Cause I mani-fest in, words that I'm preachin

Unleashin, you now seek the sounds that I'm teachin

I hear NOT see NOT, knots to makes butts ROCK

I rides rhythm to the beginnin, then won't stop

The Chinese Son of Sam, the Skipper's Peter Pan

The rootinest tootinest cowboy in the East

Releasin, a new type of lyrical lingo

Single, +The Alarm+, the girls cooties I will tingle

No expiration date, so you know I won't EXPIRE

No skippin a weekly check, so I don't have to RETIRE

Write, the ca-pital, M.O.

Chip Fu with the Kung-Fu givin shouts on my show

Ir-regular styles is here too

Tripped, boo-boo, you first made a mistake

Not Alexander but considered to be Great

Great, but, like the Grape Ape

Fake, the moves, and your ankles I will



F.U. Don't Take It Personal (1992)
Nervous Breakdown (1994)
Greatest Hits (1995)


"Ring the Alarm" (1991)
"La Schmoove" (1992)
"True Fu-Schnick" (1992)
"What's Up Doc? (Can We Rock)" (1993)
"Breakdown" (1994)
"Sum Dum Munkey" (1995)

Ready for War (with Pete Rock / 2008)
The Gunshot (Nicolay Album / 2008)
Where are they now remix (with NAS) 2007

Buhloone Mind State (CD, Album) I Am I Be Tommy Boy Music 1993

Artical (12") Artical (Original Poss...) Jive 1995

Native Tongues - Unreleased & Unleashed (LP) Artical Archives Inc. 2002

Similak Child (Remix) (12") Roll Wit The Flava (Re...) Archives Inc. 2002

The Art Of Onemind (CD, Album) Onemind BBE 2005

The Lost Documents Volume 1 (CD, Album) The Defination Om Records 2007

NY's Finest (2xLP) Ready Fe War Nature Sounds 2008

Unheard Of (CD, Album, Mixed) One Mind Next Mill Entertainment 2008

Living the Luxury Brown (with Mint Condition / 2006)

Tracks Appear On:
The Broke Song / Night Like This (12") OneMind BBE 2005

Set List

Sets are normally 45 minutes long.