New Rap Star, Chad Love, Lights up New York City Nightclub with Debut Video from New CD, “Keep Swinging”

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Rapper Chad Love took the stage of popular New York City nightspot “Quo” to debut his new video and to perform selections from his new CD entitled “Keep Swinging. The concertgoers, an eccentric mix of yuppies and Hip-Hop purists, gyrated to beats while fixating their attention on a large screen showing Chad Love’s new video.

Rapper Chad Love takes the stage – no, he actually “commands” the stage, of New York City hotspot “Quo”. The crowd was an uncommon mix of mostly white, male/female taking in a healthy mix of 50-Cent, Dr. Dre, and Mobb Deep tunes played by the resident DJ. The concertgoers, an eccentric mix of yuppies and Hip-Hop purists, gyrated to beats while focusing their attention on a large screen showing Chad Love’s new video of the title cut from his new CD “Keep Swinging”.

Love emerges onto the stage at about 10 minutes late - dressed in a white t-shirt with “Pimptronaunt” emblazoned across the chest. The crowd begins to roar as his crew, B-Ford and D.A, joins Love on stage. Before the show bounced off with title cut, "Keep Swinging," Love and the crew gave props to the beautiful woman in the house, who some would play an integral part on the stage during the show. "I have been waiting since 10:30 p.m. to see the show," said Kristy Giovanna, 24, from New York, a new Chad Love fan. "I know it was worth the wait”.

After performing his "favorite cut" off the upcoming 2006 album, "Keep Swinging,"(which set a somewhat serene mood in the dimly lit club), Chad Love talked a bit about following your dreams in life. The crowd didn’t seem to mind it. Around 11:00 p.m. the culturally transcendent emcees closed their luminous set with "Ziggatee Doo" and thanked the crowd for their new support. "It was a great show, really interactive. Chad Love made us really feel a part of the performance," said David Yeo, 22, from Queens.

"This was really an excellent, very unique show. I feel that Chad Love is one of the strongest up coming artists I have seen in quite awhile," said Mary Frank, 26, a Long Island native now residing in Brooklyn. "If he continues to evolve in positive way he could be up their with the greats." Mary may be onto something. If the smiling faces of the concertgoers exiting the club are any measure of future success, Chad Love is definitely headed for greatness.

For more information please visit http://www.chadlove.com.

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