All That I Am
All That I Am. . . Secial features: Bobby Bankroll and A.D. This album represents the full spectrum of experiences that one man can experience in dealing with love, lust, and everything in between. The music is the driving force behind the work, while the high standard of lyricism gains the respect of every listener. Most who hear this music are quick to say that it is not really 'rap,' and they are pressed to find a word to describe it. All who listen have to look deep to find too much to dislike. ARTIST BIO Chadi is a hip hop artist and producer with deep roots in r&b. His rap style an be described as poetic and lyrical, with a strong emphasis on utilizing a cadence that flows with the music he produces. Focusing mostly on male-female relationships, his songs are known to have a mellow appeal with harmonic seasonings that make it extremely easy to listen to. Do not be surprised to hear this Springfield, Illinois native singing the hooks with smooth vocal arrangements. Chadi has played piano by ear since the age of 4, and through years of hard work and fighting to reach high self-standards, he has continued to learn how to bring the music he hears in his head to life. Indeed, this might be his first 'official' release, but Chadi has been involved in producing and engineering for 12 years. He initially wanted to be solely a producer, but with the intense schedule at which he often works, Chadi is often forced to be the rapper, singer, or engineer simply because no one is around to help keep up with the momentum of creativity. If there is any artist whose music seems to stand out because of it's crazy mix of uniqueness and familiarity, Chadi is definitely one to consider. Listen to his projects, and find that you will pass hours at a time without notice. Every song has it's own distinct personality, and sometimes the only true link between the two songs is the artist performing on it. Chadi prides himself in going with the flow of the moment and not restricting himself to any set structure. His only rule is that if something is not right, it has got to go.