Chilly Chill working in the studio
|Birth name||D. Baker|
|Also known as||"The One Who Makes The Track Move" - Tim Varley|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Occupations||Music producer, rapper, record producer, radio host|
|Instruments||Keyboards, sampler, guitar|
|Labels||Priority Records, Chilly Chill Entertainment|
|Associated acts||Ice Cube, Lench Mob Records, Mack 10, Westside Connection, WC, RBX, Da Lench Mob, Yo-Yo, WC and the Maad Circle|
Chilly Chill is an American platinum Hip Hop Music Producer that has produced music for artists such as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, Rick James, RBX, Ike Turner, P.E., Kurupt, Jewel, Yo-Yo, WC, KORN, 7th Veil, Kool Keith and Da Lench Mob. and many many more Chilly Chill is the first and only DJ/producer to own the name Chilly Chill.
Chilly Chill is working on his newest Hood Mix Volume #3, Chilly Chill TV, The Lench Mob album, a new VH1 show. He just produced a song called "Ghetto" for rapper Gucci Mane, and produced a song called " Pimp Proud " for Houston rapper Bun B, also adding to his credits will be RBX's “Unanimous Project”.
The Lench Mob
The Lench Mob was the powerful West Coast Hip Hop group put together after Ice Cube left N.W.A.. The Lench Mob featured Ice Cube's videos, and songs on Ice Cube's debut album Amerikkka's Most Wanted. Chilly Chill was the producer of a lot tracks on Ice Cube's Album Amerikkka's Most Wanted, Death Certificate and (the 2003 remastered edition ) also Kill At Will . A few of them are "Jackin' For Beats", "The Product", "Dead Homiez", "Look Who's Burning", "Us", "Wrong Nigga To Fuck With", "No Vaseline" and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Also Chilly Chill is the original and only DJ for female rapper Yo-Yo, he produced her first album and two singles and toured world wide with her, the Lench Mob, and Ice Cube
Amerikkka's Most Wanted
Chilly Chill and Sir Jinx were a part of the production to the legendary N.W.A. group member Ice Cube's debut album Amerikkka's Most Wanted. Amerikkka's Most Wanted is one of the best rated hip hop albums.
|The Austin Chronicle|||
|Los Angeles Times||(favorable)|
|The Washington Post||( favorable)|
|U.S. Billboard 200||19|
|U.S. Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums||6|
- Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
- Ice Cube - Kill At Will
- Ice Cube - Death Certificate
- Ice Cube - The Predator
- Ice Cube - Bootlegs & B.Sides
- Ice Cube - Greatest Hits
- Ice Cube - The Collection
- Ice Cube - The Albums That Shook A Nation
- Yo Yo - Dope Feminity
- Yo Yo - Make Way For The Motherload
- Yo Yo - Ya Can't Play With My Yo Yo
- Yo Yo - Ain't Nobody Better
- WC and the Maad Circle - Ain't A Damn Thang Changed
- WC and the Maad Circle - You Don't Work, U Don't Eat
- Da Lench Mob - Guerillas In Tha Mist
- Mack 10 - Foe Life
- Very Best Of 89 09 - No Sleep Til Compton
- RBX - The Shining
- RBX feat KORN - Ruff N Nuff
- RBX - Born Wild
- RBX - California
- Kool Keith & HBomb - 7th Veil
- Kool Keith & H Bomb - Stoned
- H Bomb feat Snoop Dogg - What U Gonna Do
- Ice-T feat Chilly Chill - 6am remix
- Kool Keith & HBomb feat Rick James - So Blunted
- HBomb feat Ike Turner - Play It Cool
- Hbomb feat Roscoe Kurupt & Jewell - Money
- HBomb feat Kurupt - About
- HBomb feat Silkk The Shocker - Soldier
- HBomb feat Flava Flav - Fuck The Industry
- Gucci Mane feat Chilly Chill - Ghetto
- Bun B - Pimp Proud
- Epiphany Pictures Inc / Calvin Records - Road Kings soundtrack
- Yo Yo - Stand Up For Your Rights
- Yo Yo - What Can I Do
- WC and the Maad Circle - Dress Code
- WC and the Maad Circle - Ghetto Serenade
- Ice Cube - How To Survive In South Central
- The Ultimate Death Row Collection /Wideawake Death Row Records - Ain't Got No Time
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|U.S. Hot 100||U.S. R&B||U.S. Rap|
|1990||"AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted"||—||—||1|
- The information regarding accolades is adapted from acclaimedMusic.net except for lists that are sourced otherwise.
- (*) signifies unordered lists
|About.com||United States||100 Greatest Hip Hop Albums||2008||33|
|Best Rap Albums of 1990||2008||2|
|Robert Dimery||1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die||2005||*|
|Ego Trip||Hip Hop's 25 Greatest Albums by Year 1980-98||1999||1|
|The Guardian||United Kingdom||1000 Albums to Hear Before You Die||2007||*|
|Mixmag||The 100 Best Dance Albums of All Time||1996||24|
|New Musical Express||Albums of the Year||1990||41|
|Chris Rock||United States||Top 25 Hip-Hop Albums||2005||17|
|Rock De Lux||Spain||Albums of the Year||1990||46|
|Rolling Stone||United States||The Essential Recordings of the 90s||1999||*|
|The Source||The 100 Best Rap Albums of All Time||1998||*|
|Spin||Top 100 (+5) Albums of the Last 20 Years||2005||33|
|Albums of the Year||1990||1|
|Top 90 Albums of the 90s||1999||80|
|Tom Moon||1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die||2008||*|
|Village Voice||Albums of the Year||1990||6|
Da Lench Mob
|Year||Title||Chart positions||Last RIAA certification|
|Billboard 200||Top R&B/Hip hop albums|
|1992||Guerillas in tha Mist||#24||#4||Gold|
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