Contest: Win CL’s new album and 10 copies of ‘Welcome To Life’

Contest: Win CL’s new album and 10 copies of ‘Welcome To Life’

Influenced by artists such as Atmosphere, Grand Puba, A Tribe Called Quest, Funkdoobiest and many more, CL (a.k.a. Chaotic Lynk) brings fresh hip hop on an old school tip. His Facebook biography “Old school, that’s my vibe. From ’86 till about ’95” sums it up pretty well. His most recent release is ‘Generativity’, which contains laid back vibes and Japanesque tunes thanks to productions by the likes of Blazo, Cradle Orchestra, Thomas Prime, Avens and Inherit.

Influenced by artists such as Atmosphere, Grand Puba, A Tribe Called Quest, Funkdoobiest and many more, CL (a.k.a. Chaotic Lynk) from New York brings fresh hip hop on an old school tip. His Facebook biography “Old school, that’s my vibe. From ’86 till about ’95” sums it up pretty well.

Music: CL – Hold Ya Head High

His most recent release is ‘Generativity, which contains laid back vibes and Japanesque tunes thanks to productions by the likes of Blazo, Cradle Orchestra, Thomas Prime, Avens and Inherit. The album prior to that, Welcome To Life, was released on Goon Trax and represented CL’s love for hip hop from the golden age more than its sequel, even including a DJ Deckstream remix. Needless to say, CL is an established name in the niche he’s in.

CL is kind enough to giveaway eleven physical albums to The Find visitors for free!! One lucky bastard wins a copy of his new album ‘Generativity’ ánd a copy of ‘Welcome To Life’. Ten other lucky ones receive a copy of the lastmentioned album!

Win! Win! Win!

1. ‘Like’ CL’s official Facebook page and our page

2. ‘Like’ the contest status update on CL’s page or our page, so we know you’re participating

That’s it! Easy does it. We’ll select ten lucky winners soon, so be quick if you want to win these albums!

UPDATE: All 10 winners are announced on Facebook. Congrats!

Danny

Just an ordinary guy always on the hunt for extraordinary music. Not just as the founder of The Find Magazine & Rucksack Records, but also as a freelance music journalist and—above all—out of love for all kinds of good music.