Chase “Chase Flow” Bradley born in Philadelphia, PA to Ministers Saul & Dr. Robin R. Bradley THD. Coming up, chase was into sports and music; he began to make these two areas of life a point of high priority. Growing up in a Christian Family he...
Chase “Chase Flow” Bradley born in Philadelphia, PA to Ministers Saul & Dr. Robin R. Bradley THD. Coming up, chase was into sports and music; he began to make these two areas of life a point of high priority. Growing up in a Christian Family he learned the values of hard work and that only what you do for Christ will last. As life continued to unfold Chase made an open confession that he accepted the Lord at the early age of 13. Thru his journey he has encountered many pressures from his peers and considered to be different because he was always willing to stand alone and not follow the crowd. It wasn’t until one day he was given a vision from God thru a song he heard that he would one day touch the world through Rap music.
In his early years He adapted to just about all types of music, but hip hop and jazz were his main interests. He would often mimic his cousin and older brother Saul “Shiz” Bradley as they used to play around in his cousin’s basement. They would freestyle over instrumental tapes as they pretended to be one of their favorite rappers on stage. Over time after seeing how his older brother life began to change thru expressions of his music he became a role model to Chase, at 16 Chase wrote his 1st rap.
In pursuit of escalating his new born talent chase began to develop his skills as an emcee by accepting engagements to minister thru performances for various youth ministries with his best friend Ricardo “True Knowledge” Rederess who would help him gain exposure on stage and in the city. Chase has also had the privilege of sharing the stage with a few major artists who went on to be Grammy, Dove and stellar nominated award winners like BB Jay, Coffee of Grits, Infinity, Japhia Life and Saint Man just to name a few.
Over time as Chase began to mature spiritually and artistically, he become even more passionate towards his love for music that he went on to gain skills as a producer as well. His mission statement stands on the scripture from Proverbs 11:30, “The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, and he who wins souls is wise.” So even as his music may seem very broad and entertaining Chase understands that he is on a mission to do God’s work and to help reach others that are in need of change.
He has distributed thousands of mix tapes throughout the country and has made his music available worldwide through the internet. Chase Flow’s focus is on bringing a difference to world of music and one day impact the masses by letting his message influence those to change for the better.
Little Brother mans up by INDY Week.com Khrysis--the producer for The Away Team--paces around, sitting down occasionally to tap something into his Sidekick, the League's other handheld messenger of choice. Chase Flow, a young...
Little Brother mans up by INDY Week.com Khrysis--the producer for The Away Team--paces around, sitting down occasionally to tap something into his Sidekick, the League's other handheld messenger of choice. Chase Flow, a young Philadelphia rapper with an ear for most of the Justus League acts, freestyles to Sean Bugg for 10 minutes, uninterrupted. Sean just listens, staring straight at him, Sidekick in his right hand, beer in his left. A couple of people fish for their bags beneath the bus.
Phonte comes outside and rips open a massive plastic bag of white T-shirts he just bought in New York. He pulls off the sweaty one he's been wearing since the show, and throws the rest of the bundle--maybe 20 in all--back below.
By now, the bus is loaded and everyone is ready to settle in for the night. They will leave for Boston at 8 a.m. Another Trocadero assistant comes back outside and asks for the driver, explaining that there was a misunderstanding and the bus has to move one block for the rest of the night. The driver, Perry, is already asleep in the hotel, but he's back in 10 minutes, sipping coffee and climbing on. He doesn't just look tired.
Brockington eventually sets his mind on the walk, and he disappears down the side street behind the club. Sean Bugg says goodbye to Chase Flow, and Scudda and Khrysis climb aboard before Perry gets behind the seat. Everyone seems to have reached a quiet consensus about Philadelphia tonight: Some tour dates deserve to be over.