Friday, March 1, 2024

Stove God Cooks x Stoupe - "Carbone"

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You are now listening to "Carbone" by Stove God Cooks x Stoupe, available worldwide via Mankind Music / Babygrande.
Stove God Cooks is leading the conversation for most anticipated artist of 2024. After igniting his fanbase around the single “Melo Chip and a Brick” to kick-off the year, Stove is wasting no time in following up with “Carbone,” helmed by Stoupe on production. Stoupe, who has worked with artists such as M.O.P., Sean Price, GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan, Canibus, Jedi Mind Tricks and many others, is in full effect on “Carbone.” Over a backdrop of strings and expertly chopped vocal arrangements, Stove God floats on the beat and illustrates how other artists “can’t do it like I do.” The track premiered via HipHopDX.
The pairing of Stove God Cooks and Stoupe was envisioned by Babygrande Records founder and CEO, Chuck Wilson. Stoupe and Wilson’s relationship spans two decades, beginning when the Babygrande founder first signed Jedi Mind Tricks to promote their music to a wider audience and release albums now thought of as underground classics like “Violent by Design” and “Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell.” Wilson recognized that Stoupe’s unique soundscapes, often blending hip-hop and eclectic influences, would mesh with Stove God’s melodic flow, but the chemistry between Stove and Stoupe has even surpassed Wilson’s initially high expectations.
“Stoupe reached out last year and we were already in the process of creating a pathway for him to come home to Babygrande. I owe a lot of my early success to Stoupe. The opportunity to work with him again to fortify his legacy as a producer and as a foundational Babygrande artist was something I could not refuse. He has an incredible catalog of unreleased tracks and projects recorded and the music is just gorgeous. I was in the studio one day listening to his tracks and in my head, I could hear Cook’s (Stove God Cook$) voice over the tracks. That was a very special moment but even more special was when I sent the music to Cooks and he loved it. They now have around twenty-five tracks recorded and the chemistry is divine,” says Wilson. 
Stove God Cooks has had a meteoritic rise in the rap game over the last 4 years. He entered 2020 by releasing his critically acclaimed full-length collaboration with Roc Marciano entitled Reasonable Drought. He would go onto sign with Babygrande Records in 2021, following a string of remarkable guest spots, and he released notable singles including “Dope” with French Montana as well as “That’s the Game.” The last two years have brought an exponential growth in Stove’s profile, with extraordinary performances on tracks like Westside Gunn’s “Kitchen Lights” and Benny the Butcher’s “One Foot In.”  
Despite this volume of work, it’s been close to four years since the release Stove God’s last album. His loyal fans can rest assured that there will be shortage of new music from the Syracuse-bred lyricist in 2024.  2024 is going to be a big one," he told iHeartRadio. "It's just going to keep getting bigger. 2024 is going to be an amazing one for me, for my fans, for everybody that've been f**king with me since the Drought and all the Griselda s**t. It's time for me to give them what they've been waiting for."
Stove God Cooks will share some of this new music during his upcoming shows. Stove God will hit the west coast, headlining the legendary Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles on March 5th, followed by The Holding Co. in San Diego on March 7th.  He will then make his way to the Point in Chicago on April 5th.

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