After a mostly quiet 2015, Chicago rapper Chuck Inglish returns with his second solo studio album Everybody's Big Brother. Chuck has been working on the album since April but only just recently announced the project and the release date following what has been a pattern of albums dropping on little or no notice this year. The project features guest appearances from Asher Roth, Manoloa Rose, Boldy James, Donnie Trumpet and others. The entire LP was produced and arranged by Inglish.

While the Cool Kids member has been low key for the first nine moths of 2015, he plans to turn up for the fourth quarter with this album and another project that should be dropping soon, a collab with The Blended Babies titled Ev Zepelin. "I wanted to make something now and see if I could really add some medicine," Chuck said in a recent interview about the new album. "You know, see if I could make some shit that everyone could agree on and be like, 'Yeah, that one was good.' That was the true motivation behind it. I tried to make the best thing to contribute to this year. I’m also using it as the introduction to how I’m running a label. I’m not doing it how it’s been done before."

After building up his name on the mixtape circuit since 2007, last year, Inglish dropped his first official solo LP, Convertibles, which featured contributions from Chance the Rapper, Mac Miller, Action Bronson, Ab-Soul and others.

Listen to Everybody's Big Brother, below.