Stoney Dudebro Has An Empowering Message In “Chasin’ Fridays”

Hip-hop newcomer Stoney Dudebro is far from a rookie in the music industry with over 10 years of wide-ranging experience. The Stockton based emcee is repping the 209 city but recognizes and pays homage to his strong roots entrenched in northeast Ohio where he lived from birth until 2017. Stoney has released multiple singles, including two with music videos, that were released earlier this year as the first two singles from his debut album “YUAAP!”. In just one year of releasing music Stoney has racked up nearly half-a-million streams on Spotify alone. "YUAAP!" is a 13 song musical journey of the married, college-educated, millennial. With Stoney's unique and versatile style “YUAAP!” is sure to have something for just about everyone.

Chasin’ Fridays” is an inspiring and empowering R&B track from Stoney Dudebro and Knotch. The honest lyricism focuses on living every day like it’s our last. We’re not living to our full extent if we’re constantly wishing it was Friday. As the intro track to Stoney Dudebro’s album “YUAAP!”, “Chasin’ Fridays” only scratches the surface of what Stoney has learned. He spreads positivity and gratitude through music and we’re loving every minute of it. The very essence of “Chasin’ Fridays” is this idea of reflecting on difficulty but looking ahead with hope and a belief that everything will be alright. This underlying sentiment is represented by every layer and intricacy, so “Chasin’ Fridays” in full leaves the listener with a shared sense of strength and trust that the future is bright. A refreshing and melodic new song that works hard to lift you.

Check out “Chasin’ Fridays” here and read more with Stoney Dudebro below!

Welcome to BuzzMusic! Congratulations on the release of your debut album “YUAAP!”. What’s the overall concept of this album?

This album is my journey and my introduction to the world. I've always been a dreamer but became a doer with this album. It really takes a look at what I've experienced since 2018. Had a great job most people would love to have... made great money.. great benefits.. company car.. stocks.. but it was extremely toxic and put me in a very dark hole... and with the loving support of my wife decided to walk away from it and start pursuing what I have always gravitated towards. It's the highs and lows of the most challenging, rewarding time of my life.