Daily Chores consists of three conscious minded emcees who deliver a message of maintaining a positive attitude through the struggles of life. They draw inspiration from the balance of life; both positive and negative experiences are reflected through their tight delivery and truthful lyrics. Their song styles vary from get the party jumping bangers such as “The one and only” (The groups ode to Newcastle Brown Ale) and “The Funk” to more relaxed and mellow tracks that help relieve the stresses of the day such as: “It’s all good”, and “Don’t get crazy”.
The majority of the production is done by WeeDee G who is a one man band. His style is a mix of 70’s porno funk, Parliament Funk, and spaced out synthesizer sounds that grab your ear and keep your mind moving. He is influenced by 70’s funk, jazz greats like Thelonious monk, and Early 90’s rap such as Digital Underground and The Roots. WeeDee G is an Instrumentalist, he plays live bass, guitar, keys, and drums, as well as turntables and just about anything that can be considered an instrument. The music provides the perfect background for the positive lyrical picture painted by these three talented emcees. The other two emcees are known as Dope Nutz and V-Tech the Vocabulator. Dope Nutz is known for his innovative fast flows and tight delivery. His influences are the same as WeeDeeGs as well as Insane Clown posse and The Coup. V-Tech is recognized by his smooth style and clever witty rhymes about life. His influences include such various groups as Wu-Tang, and 90s bay area Rap, all the way to Sage Francis and Atmosphere.
“Don’t Get Crazy” is the groups second release since the groups conception in 2004. Daily Chores is the music of life as we know it in this fast pace society which constantly throws us new challenges and hard times. Clever topics, fresh instrumental beats, impressive sales figures, and overall originality make these guys a group to watch out for.