The Cool Kids, Chip The Ripper & Freddie Gibbs Form Hip-Hop Supergroup
A bunch of the Midwest's brightest stars have teamed up to form a new rap supergroup, called Pulled Over By The Cops.
The new group consists of all rising hip-hop acts, including Chicago duo The Cool Kids, Cleveland rapper Chip The Ripper, and Gary, Indiana MC Freddie Gibbs, while the legendary Bun B is set to make "occasional appearances," according to FakeShoreDrive.
The crew first appeared with Bun on Freddie Gibbs' 2010 track, "Oil Money," and have reportedly been working together ever since, recording several tracks for an album, which will be produced by Chicago production team, the Blended Babies.
The first offering from Pulled Over By The Cops is "Authority," which is produced by Blended Babies and features a hook by singer Nate Santos.
While the group continues to record tracks together, each act will continue doing their thing on the solo tip. The Cool Kids are finally preparing to release their long-awaited debut LP, When Fish Ride Bicycles, while Gibbs is set to