CHUBB-Z

CHUBB-Z

 Boston, Massachusetts, USA
BandHip HopPop

Biography

Richard Myron Dinkins Jr (born November 3, 1989) better known as Chubb-Z is an American rapper from Boston, Massachusetts. Music Career: In 2009 Chubb-Z released "The Payoff Mixtape" distributing 1,000 units and claimed 200 downloads in the first month. With songs such as Trendsetter, Motivation Music and I Don't Care ft. Tayshawn King, Chubb-Z sound is based on hip hop with a pop texture. Developing his music around motivating listeners with his intricate style, Chubb-Z is working to make a name for himself as pioneer of the new generation of hip hop. In 2010 Chubb-Z released a mixtape entitled "Chubb-Z presents The Remixes part 1". He created his own versions of pop songs such as Jay Sean s "Down" Jay-Z's "Run This Town", and also Chris Brown's "Transform Ya". In this CD he shines his creativity and his organic lyrics to his listeners. With his new mixtape entitled "The Downfall Mixtape" Chubb-Z teams with power producers such as Johnny Juliano, OMB, and many more upcoming producers; Chubb-Z plans on keeping his originality as the blueprint of his career. Acting Career: -Chubb-Z studied 2 years of acing at John Robert Powers Boston. -Played the role of Deputy Dansforth in the Epic playwright "The Crucible" -Al in the short film Cinco Die Mayo directed by Eamon Roche. -Chocolate Moose in the film Indiana James and the Raiders of the Lost Shaker of Salt. A parody to the Indiana Jones franchise -Currently playing the role of Scott of the web series "Spies"

Discography

In 2009 Chubb-Z released "The Payoff Mixtape" distributing 1,000 units and claimed 200 downloads in the first month. With songs such as Trendsetter, Motivation Music and I Don't Care ft. Tayshawn King, Chubb-Z sound is based on hip hop with a pop texture. Developing his music around motivating listeners with his intricate style, Chubb-Z is working to make a name for himself as pioneer of the new generation of hip hop. In 2010 Chubb-Z released a mixtape entitled "Chubb-Z presents The Remixes part 1". He created his own versions of pop songs such as Jay Sean s "Down" Jay-Z's "Run This Town", and also Chris Brown's "Transform Ya". In this CD he shines his creativity and his organic lyrics to his listeners. With his new mixtape entitled "The Downfall Mixtape" Chubb-Z teams with power producers such as Johnny Juliano, OMB, and many more upcoming producers; Chubb-Z plans on keeping his originality as the blueprint of his career