Growing up in the small town of Walterboro South Carolina, Chad Nathan began his musical journey at the age of fourteen, writing beats and delivering freestyles that reflected his unique perspective. After first making his mark posting short clips to his YouTube channel, Chad has become one of his hometown’s most promising talents, and with tracks like ‘Make Me Suffer,’ he’s continuing to impress.
While a brief hiatus early in his career nearly turned Chad away from music altogether, he returned to the rap scene with a new drive and motivation, constructing beats that were inspired by his cousin and fellow artist Insvmniv. After graduating from high school in 2020, Chad began working to create new music that better reflected his style, experiences, and passion.
Inspired by soulful voices such as Bryson Tiller and Michael Jackson, as well as modern icons like Drake and Lil Baby, Chad found his lane as a producer in recent years, and ever since then, he’s been unleashing a solid stream of impressive tracks that feature some of the best up-and-coming artists.
While we’ve already seen a string of impressive tracks from Chad this year, his latest is arguably his best, combining his own unique talents with those of Tim Moyo and Foreign Teck to bring us all ‘Make Me Suffer.’ A vibrant R&B anthem that hits with some distinct trap vibes, the new cut is available now on Spotify, and as part of our annual Spotify playlist.
Speaking exclusively about the new cut, Chad explained, “This song was made by me on the production as well as producer Foreign Teck. This song has vocals from singer Tim Moyo. The song tells a story of a failing relationship with mellow R&B vibes accompanied by trap drums.”
While he considers himself to be more of an executive producer, looking to push creative boundaries and put together artists and producers in the same way that DJ Khaled has, Chad has shown that he has a true passion for music and no matter how many times he’s tried to walk away from it his love for the game always brings him back, and he’s here to stay.
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