CHOPS presents Strength in Numbers

Asian American music collaboration features "more names than you can fit in your homie's Honda Civic"

Heads up. Strength In Numbers, the Asian American music project from celebrated producer CHOPS, drops this week. Chops, a founding member of the pioneering hip hop group Mountain Brothers, has assembled thirty different artists for one epic album collaboration. Maybe you heard about the Kickstarter campaign. Maybe you slept on that. No matter. The album is now available on iTunes and Amazon.

The album features "more names than you can fit in your homie's Honda Civic": Ann One, Baiyu, Bambu, Catzie of Yellow Rage, Connie Lim, Decipher, DJ Bonics, DJ Neil Armstrong, DJ Roli Rho, Dumbfoundead, El Gambina, Erika David, Hopie, Hoya, J-Key, Joanlee, Kiwi, Lil Crazed, Matt Cab, Mic Barz, Mountain Brothers, Nikko Dator, Paul Kim, Prometheus Brown, Rekstizzy, Rocky Rivera, Ruby Ibarra, Tasha aka Yoonmirae, Thai, Tiger JK, Timothy Flu, Verbal of M-Flo / Teriyaki Boyz, and Yellow Boyz.

Preview the whole damn album below:

Get Strength in Numbers now on iTunes and Amazon. For further information about the album, get updates on Facebook, and check out the Strength in Numbers website for exclusive interviews with all the artists.

Props to CHOPS.

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