Chuck Adams

Meet Chuck Adams, Country Music’s newest up and coming star. As a Ascap award winning writer for Jamie Foxx, T.Pain, Tinie Tempah and many others, Chuck Adams, previously known as Range to the R&B world when he was signed as an artist to Jay-Z, has proven his pen. As a producer for Rick Ross, Wale, Ray J and many others, Chuck has proven his prowess as a producer. Now Chuck Adams, freed from RocNation, is preparing to establish himself as an artist.

Chuck’s new movement has placed him in a world where not many other black men have ventured, singing country music. Add to that the hand tattoos as well as his recent move to Nashville and he is a 1 of 1. We are watching a pioneer at work, and I predict lots of success in his future. This Connecticut raised musician is delivering country music, from the heart. "It's not an act," Chuck says, "I've been passionate about country music since I was a kid. To me, Country is a combination of Gospel, R&B, and Rock and Roll, it’s a marriage of all the musical ways I express myself best. I guess you can say I'm finally not scared to be myself, and it's making for the best music of my life."

Chuck Adams forthcoming EP: A Thousand Tomorrows, is an ode to love featuring heart-felt vocals over Catalyst produced tracks. Written by Chuck, the lead single "Shotgun" is a story of a man and his faithful love, who rides Shotgun.
‘Take a picture, and keep it with you, so when you’re lonely, she said, I’ll be with you,’ Chuck declares on this mid tempo ballad told against the emotional backdrop of professional changes. Shotgun is lead by a sweet banjo and taken home by one of the most soothing voices you've ever heard, it’s a hit.

While previously signed to RocNation through a partnership with Stargate, Chuck observed many great industry professionals, but never fully expressed his ideals.
Now you hear his voice.

As a born leader and rebel with a cause, Chuck’s only desire is to speak to the people. No fanfare. No pomp. No circumstance. This is unadulterated music for the people. [+]
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