Young Chop, a Chicago producer and occasional rapper, is best known for his work with Chief Keef and the boys of GBE. But in recent months, Chop has attempted to expand his reach and work with other well-known emcees in the game. “Whole Thing” features hip-hop’s resident beat destroyer, Freddie Gibbs. There’s honestly no better way to describe Chop’s sound than the way Potholes In My Blog’s Andrew Martin put it: “Chop’s beats… typically sound like Transformers-like creatures destroying cities with 808s as their weapons.” In other words the beats go absolutely ham. Great description Andrew. Stream his album Precious here.