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Coney Island, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2009 | SELF

Coney Island, New York, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2009
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"Release Party For D. Chamberz’s “Only One” Goes Down In NYC This Wednesday"

Biggie, Jay-Z, Mos Def and now D. Chamberz, Brooklyn’s newest Rapper is rising up the charts. Chamberz’s much anticipated and brand new video for “Only One” will finally be released this Wednesday at a release party being thrown by Chamberz and crew. The video features Pure and is directed by Mills Miller and the premiere will go down at La Pomme in NYC.
There were rumors earlier this year of a D. Chamberz statue being erected in his hometown, Coney Island and Chamberz is deifnitely making a case for that honor with new tracks, new videos, and a social media explosion. After the release of “Only One” this week, Chamberz plans on releasing a video for ”Holla @ Ya Boy” featuring Fred the Godson and Jadakiss as early as next month.

The event is being hosted by Tracy Garraud of Vibe Magazine and will start at 8PM on Wednesday night. The video will air at 9:00 and the party wont stop until midnight, with music by Power 105.1's DJ Norie and gift bags for all in attendance courtesy of Vibe Magazine. Make sure to RSVP (events@thelegionmediagroup.com) and check out DChamberz.com for more details. Get ready, Socialites. It’s gonna be huge. - The Campus Socialite

"Stephon Marbury, D. Chamberz To Be Immortalized In Stone In Coney Island"

The board of Coney Island, the beach peninsula in Southern Brooklyn, announced last week that they will erect statues of famous residents, as part of their renovation plans.

The first residents to be immortalized in stone will be former NBA starh Stephon Marbury and rapper D. Chamberz.

This is the first step in Brookyln Borough President Marty Markowitz' Coney Island renovation project, which will also include revamping their oldest rollercoaster, the Cyclone, and its surroundings, as well as adding new rollercoasters.

The overall goal is to make Coney Island more tourist friendly, in addition to making the area a better place to live.

Resident Stephon Marbury is a former NBA star who currently plays for the the Foshan Dralions, a professional team of the Chinese Basketball Association.

Prior to joining the CBA in 2010, Marbury played several years in the NBA, on the roster of such teams as the Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks, and Boston Celtics. During his NBA career, he played in two all-star games, including one for the New Jersey Nets in 2001.

D. Chamberz is another Coney Islander, who has gained recognition for his talents in music. The rapper (real name: Duval Chamberlin) uses his knowledge of the streets of Coney Island to produce a unique sound mainstream hip-hop artists have neglected. Many say his sound is the
combination of early Cam'Ron and early DMX.

His hits have included "Coney Island Warriors" and "America" featuring New York rapper Mysonne, which can both be found on iTunes.

At press time, it was unclear when the stone statues would be unveiled. - Baller Status

"Coney Island to Erect Statues of Stephon Marbury and D. Chamberz"

Coney Island, the home of one of the oldest (and most painful) roller-coasters in America, the original Nathan’s, the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, and the Brooklyn Cyclones. Needless to say, from The Cyclone to Joey Chestnut, there’s a lot of history here. There’s plenty to come see at Coney Island, from the tastefully dilapidated boardwalk to the tastefully campy art houses, but as of this weekend, Coney Island has announced plans to add even more history to it’s small patch of land by erecting statues of resident legends, Stephon Marbury and D. Chamberz.

The statues will be the first step in Brookyln Borough President Marty Markowitz’ Coney Island renovation project. The goal is to make the area more touristy, and apparently Nathan’s and the NY Aquarium don’t have the national pull that they used too. The plan also included revamping The Cyclone (Preferably with padding. My neck still cracks when I turn left), the boardwalk, and adding new rides. With Brooklyn on the rise, definitely not a bad idea.

Stephon Marbury was an easy choice. Although the B-Baller is now an Expatriate living in China and playing for the Foshan Dralions (whatever that means), he will always be a part of New York sports history, Coney Island specifically. We’ll attempt to forget what he did to the Knicks, given he had enough class to leave the country shortly afterward. The short stint on The Celtics not withstanding.
But the Statue we’re really excited about is up and coming rapper D. Chamberz. If you don’t know Chamberz, you can check out all his tracks via his Facebook Page. His track “Coney Island Warriors” is available on iTunes. Ever since his “Warriors” mix-tape released this year, Chamberz has gotten national recognition for his talents as a rapper. His #WarriorsWednesdays weekly freestyles have been a huge hit, and he has done some tracks with big time rappers like Jadakiss. Growing up on the streets of Coney Island allowed him to create the hard-hitting personal lyrics that have made him a star, and Coney Island will now honor him by immortalizing him in stone. - The Campus Socialite


FOR THE LADIES: This is how you patch up a situation at home. Take a look at the D.Chamberz "Only One" Music Video featuring Pure, Directed by Mills Miller. A day in the life of any professional, dealing with your significant other, and the issues that come along with it, when all along you had no bad intentions or actions.
Since all the talk about the rumored statue of D. Chamberz being built in Coney Island, D. Chamberz has been keeping busy with his Warrior's mentality. After the release of "Only One," he is expected to release "Holla @ Ya Boy" featuring Fred the Godson and Jadakiss as early as next month. For more on D. Chamberz please
visit www.DChamberz.com. - World Star Hip Hop

"D. Chamberz - Coney Island Warriors"

The video for the first single off of the Warriors EP, "Coney Island Warriors" is now here. The video was directed by King Scenario, D. Chamberz takes you through the real life of the "Coney Island Warriors." The Warriors EP, due in early December, has already made an impact on the New York market, with it's three amazing singles, "Coney Island Warrior," "Live Up 2 Da Hype," & "Live to See Another Day" Feat. Liaison. - The Source Magazine

"Pardon The Introduction: Coney Island Warrior D.Chamberz Wants Your Attention"

It's been a minute since Coney Island delivered the game a promising rapper, but D. Chamberz is fine with the pressure. Better yet, he believes he works best under it. VIBE's @trayhova was on deck to celebrate the Brooklyn spitter's music video premiere party at La Pomme Wednesday night for his new single "Only One" featuring R&B newcomer Pure. Take a look at the Mills Miller-directed visuals for this sentimental ditty about the doubts that come with love and let us know if you're feeling Mr. Chamberz introspection. And ladies if you need another glimpse of dude before you consider , peep another photo after the jump. - VIBE Magazine


Albums as Xclusiv

I Love the 90s

Xcept No Apologies


Albums as D. Chamberz

One In Da Chamber Mixtape Hosted By CutMaster C

Bentley Dreams, Jail Nightmares Hosted By SMACDVD & Suge White

A Warrior Mentality Album - DUE OUT SOON!

Singles as D. Chamberz

"Drinks in the Air"

"Born 2 Survive" Feat. Esso

"Only God Can Judge Me" Feat. Math Hoffa

"Coney Island Warrior"

"Live Up 2 Da Hype"

"Live to See Another Day" Feat. Liaison

"America" Feat. Mysonne

"Holla At Ya Boy" Feat. Fred The Godson & Jadakiss

"Only One" Feat. Pure & Keisha White

Multiple Tri-State area Radio Stations/Internet Stations



D.CHAMBERZ is a Coney Island, Brooklyn native, winner of ‘Most Exciting Artist of the Year’ at the Underground Music Awards, and recurring focus of FuseTv's reality series, ‘Behind the Unsigned.’ Making his name on the New York hip-hop scene for a few years, what started in Coney Island as a small following, has exploded onto the national market. D.Chamberz’ first major single “Coney Island Warriors,” stayed in the Top 20 for six weeks in the national college market; While his current singles: “Make The Club Jump,” “For My Homies” with Chinx Drugz, "On My 1, 2” featuring Fred the Godson, & "Shake The Block" with Uncle Murda, are making headlines across platforms like 2DopeBoyz, AllHipHop, TheSource, OnSmash, SMACK, VIBE, WorldStarHipHop, URLTV and many more. Recently, D.Chamberz has kept the streets buzzing with remixes like the one he did on Biggie‘s “N*ggas Bleed,” Mack Wilds’ “Own It,” and more. Don’t get him wrong either, this guy is a mogul in the making.  He recently has built an even larger fan-base through his newly established clothing line, bearing the same namesake as his mixtape series, Warrior Mentality. Between his constant presence at any important New York social spot, his records being spun on the regular at the area’s clubs and radio stations, combined with his relentlessness, he is truly a force to be reckoned with. He's performed as part of Hot 97's Summer Jam, at a number of shows at SXSW, Hot 97's Car Show three times, and joined The Unexpected Victory Tour at the legendary BB Kings in Times Square. He has also performed alongside Audio Push, Maino, Action Bronson, Raekwon, Vado, Trae The Truth and many more up and comers. Keep watch for the Coney Island Warrior, because if he hasn’t already, he’ll be coming out to play in your town very very soon. Don’t forget to support the movement and get #WMFly -- Warrior Mentality Apparel, offering T-Shirts, baseball Tees, hats, snap-backs, sweatshirts, amongst other accessories! Also, be sure to stay tuned for his upcoming project, entitled: Warrior Mentality 2: Back 2 Rap expected to release December 2014.