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A Look at Frost Gamble & Tone Chop’s ONE debut on Itunes Top 100 Rap Albums Charts

@RT “Shout to everyone who never listened to Bea – just made everything work better for me!”– Frost Gamble

Another amazing milestone in the career of producer Frost Gamble, who along with rapper Tone Chop proved indies could hold their own, as their album ONE surpassed the most generous expectations on Itunes Top 100 Rap Albums Charts bypassing releases by Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z and Meek Mill. No features. No mumbling. No BS. PROOF real indie hip hop sells.

Coming up with the right ingredients takes time and patience. When asked what words or advice would he give artists and producers about staying motivated when it feels like nothing is happening,

“Focus on the process, not the outcomes… Having the right plan and working it is what leads you to achieving the goals. And recognize that you will constantly be met with disappointment, so make sure your personal motivation is independent of Industry success.”

Tone Chop on what the album’s success meant to him,

“It meant a lot because its my very first project that was all me no features.Just me on the mic and Frost on the beats.Fans have been asking for this for years.One is just that one M.C. and One producer.Tone Chop & Frost Gamble the past present and future”

“ONE is proof that underground hip hop sells. You don’t have to be mega famous, a commercial name or brand. Real life fans still support real music. A lot of indies sell themselves short by not making the proper investment and relying too much on social media instead of building an organic fan base”, said Bea. “The game is changing. Indies can compete”. But only if they fund it.

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