Chase Enriquez, Til the Flame Burns Out


Chase Enriquez is singer/rapper whose songwriting approach and live show blends the skillful lyricism of Hip Hop’s golden age and the raw vocal energy of Rock n’ Roll’s yesteryear with an attack that differs from the ghosts of previous genre-crossing. Formerly known as Curse, he’s born in San Diego and is now based in Los Angeles after spending time in Chicago and Atlanta pursuing his music career. He’s collaborated with a number of artists including Battery5, Greg Street, and the Grammy nominated Track Slayerz. Born in the 80’s, Chase is influenced by many of Hip Hop’s greats as well as Rock legends including Jay Z, Guns N’ Roses, Nas, Led Zeppelin, and Big Pun.

Chase’s (then Curse) 1st appearance was on Middle Ground’s debut album “From the Ground Up” which was distributed digitally through Rawkus Records. His 1st solo effort, recorded in Chicago, was entitled “Seriously.” While living in Atlanta he released multiple projects: “Sneakers n Sex” with DJ Cannon of the Aphilliates, his underground ATL hit song and video “Sol Munki Rag,” as well as a mash-up EP of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black.” Shortly after, Chase moved to Los Angeles and released “Endless Summer” and most recently “Rome is Burning”; both via digital download.

After a stint as a front man for a heavy metal band, Chase teamed up with SunNY (So So Def/106 & Park) and hit the road for a 7 city tour to promote their collaborative Wealthy Emigrants project and their respective solo projects. Chase released his project “Til the Flame Burns Out” completely independently in April of 2013 which paved the way to signing a distribution contract with INgrooves | Fontana. In April of 2015 Chase put out a free EP, “Another Night,” via SoundCloud. 2015 will see the re-release of “Til the Flame Burns Out: Deluxe Edition” with new material and art work.

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