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Jeff Chery – No Pressure

no pressure

Over dreamy production by Arsenic, rapper Jeff Chery showcases his versatility with a laid back flow on his latest buzz track, “No Pressure.”

As the title implies, the Brooklyn-raised, Atlanta-based rapper puts listeners onto his philosophy of not succumbing to the pressures of society. In true “Jetset Vagabond” fashion, he instead takes all aspects of his life one day at a time so they unfold with “No Pressure”.

Jeff is currently working on the follow-up to his well-received “Jetset Vagabond” mixtape.

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Directed by: Open Gates Studio
Written by: Open Gates Studio x Jeff Chery

When you live in the now, anything goes — as Jeff Chery proves in his latest Short Film for his single, aptly titled “Live for the Moment (Remix)”. Inspired by the movie “Takers”, the Open Gate-directed visual co-stars ATLien Nard Gudda, who adds his verse to the song produced by K.E.

After riding around and gettin’ it by robbing drug dealers and houses in the city, the co-conspirators end up at Atlanta staple J Paul’s Bar and Grill to celebrate with everyone they know — and “Live for the Moment”.

The original version of “Live for the Moment” appears on Jeff’s recent release “Jetset Vagabond”.

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Directed & Edited by: Jeffrey Murmillo Thames (Xiii Legion Productions)

Cameos From HoodRich DJ Prettyboy Tank, Epic records recording artist Future and Grand Hustles Own Young Dro

Follow Jeff Chery as he goes around to different cities performing and making
appearances with his Vagabond Movement!

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Video Shot & Edited by: Open Gate Studios

“Nigga” is arguably one of the most controversial words in the English language. But on his latest single, “I’m a Nigga”, rapper Jeff Chery flips bad connotations and reclaims the word. “People classify some of the younger generation as niggas or being ratchet, having car notes we can’t afford and spending our last dollars on clothes. I’m glorifying that and saying, ‘I’m happy to be a nigga, so now what?'” says Jeff of the track, which was produced by Jae Monae.

To illustrate the satirical concept, Jeff teamed up with director Open Gates, who also shot his videos for “The People” and “Jetset Vagabond”. Filmed entirely in Atlanta, the visual embodies a “nigga” lifestyle of expensive condos, private chefs, seductive women, the finest cigars, high-end clubs — and doing what makes you happy.




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“To accompany the conscious message of Jeff Chery’s latest single, The People, which features sound bites of Black Panther co-founder Huey P. Newton, the rapper releases a chilling visual directed by Open Gate Studios.

Filmed at the remains of Atlanta Prison Farm, a facility that operated from 1945 to 1995, the video includes scenes of vagabond rebels ready for battle with the people perpetrating violence against Americans as well as Jeff rapping with a noose around his neck to symbolize the painful past overcome by African-Americans. “I wear it like it’s nothing,” Jeff says of the noose, “because we are past that. I wanted people to view this video and have the images take them to a place that meant something to them.” Interspersed with the Atlanta Prison Farm scenes are images of critical moments in African-American history.
The People appears on Jeff’s upcoming mixtape, Jetset Vagabond, which is due for release on February 19.”