With a population of around 1800 people, it's safe to say that Miami, Arizona isn't necessarily known for their urban artistic community. This is something that is clear to Chris Leach; As someone who has come up in the streets of "Boomtown", he knows that there is a large story locked away inside the borders of the small, southwest mining town. Using C. Leach as his moniker, keeping it real and true to form are values that the 29 year old rapper wants to bring to the hip-hop table.
Understanding the power of raw lyricism, C. Leach is able to captivate the crowd with compelling bars and double entendres that hold the attention of casual and deep hip-hop listeners alike. As he continues to hone his craft, C. Leach will surely give the city of Miami, Arizona music to be proud of.
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C. Leach draws his inspiration from some of the best spitters in hip-hop. From Royce Da 5'9 to Curren$y, it is clear that Leach has an appreciation for clever delivery, hard hitting metaphors and fantastical rhyme schemes. His FreeVerse over The Weeknd and Daft Punk's, "I Feel It Coming", which garnered around 50k views on FaceBook, shows that he isn't afraid to lace a mainstream sound with grimey, street inspired bars that will pique the interest of any hip-hop enthusiast.
"Survivalist mental, put me anywhere I'ma thrive, in that getaway car is where I learned how to drive, never asked for them to gas me dog just slide me a five, y'all been shotgun this whole time and still don't know how to ride, fuckin' passengers, never snappin' on shit except cameras, average on your best day, I'm out here averagin' classics"
C. Leach - Butch Coolidge
While he has held a passion for verbal acrobatics since the age of 15, it wasn't until 2017 that Leach decided to take things seriously. Since then, he has already made his presence in the Arizona hip-hop scene felt, performing in front of over 1000 people while opening for the likes of Joyner Lucas to rocking a walk-on slot at the popular Arizona Hip Hop Festival. At this point, he is only looking to continue to enhance his trajectory as he prepares to release his debut project in early 2020.
Written by Jaron Ikner of StarStruck Multimedia
Performing at Trap Day. A benefit show for the late Arizona legend, Trap House. #HateIsForTheWeak