Long Beach artist, Chevron Blue, proves he is about his business with his new project, Forever Rolling. ForeveRrolling is eponymous, named after the producer who composed the album. Chevron Blue is definitely someone to be on the lookout for, as the talent and rawness he brings to the game is special.
“I got the name Chevron because it’s symbolic of the stripes I’ve earned in this life,” he said. “Also, the word chevron derives from the Latin word caprio, which is related to the word goat. The V of a sergeant’s Chevrons represent the horns on a goat. Basically, it means I’m the greatest of all time.”
Chevron Blue displays a lot of growth on this project. He delivers hard-hitting lyricism with a unique, eclectic bass-filled sound that will get you moving. His latest project, Forever Rolling, is a four-track project full of life and versatility, as his use of ” different rhyme schemes” and flows prove his adaptability. With a flawless EP, Chevron Blue solidifies himself as Long Beach’s next artist to keep an eye out for, as his lyricism, versatility, and eclectic sound have set him apart from the rest.
While the project is short, it makes you want more, as one of his best songs to date, “SockDolager,” makes you not want to go home, as the refrain “I’m SockDolager. Go home, Roger,” ends the project, and like the infamous Roger, you do not want to leave. With other hit songs such as “Vandals” and “No Lies,” Chevron Blue initiates his career with force, as his last two projects, Elephants in the Room, 7-Shots, and Death Row vs. Bad Boy, show Blue has something to say, proving himself as an artist with a lot of potential.
Be sure to tap in with Chevron Blue Via Instagram @chevronbluertc, expecting to release a Deluxe edition to his mixtape, Elephants in the Room, soon, so be on the lookout for any new releases.
In the meantime, scope out Chevron Blue’s latest project, Forever Rolling, below.