Take a moment to listen to a new song from Mr. Chery titled ‘Rupee$’ ft. Hegemonic on Juss Russ Radio. Both artists of Indian descent make their debut on Juss Russ Radio with a trendy new Hip Hop single worth that second listen. Mr. Chery - born and raised in a primarily Indian neighborhood, went to a decent school, went to church, school like normals are supposed to. some people say he got in a bad crowd, but he’s just doing him out here. singularity is frowned upon at first, but once it hits that's all people want. “Strings of lovers, loss of faith, finding purpose is what framed my life to what it is today” he says. He’s had some great experiences but also tons of shitty ones. He wants people to hear what he’s got to say - especially about the things he’s mentioned and a couple of others like society, framework, minorities in America-etc. He’s not down with the new (to an extent), so he believes in revival. His sound is old because although he’s 21, he feels like he has a wife and kids he’s gotta support. What the kids are listening to today is deteriorating. Drugs, sex, no boundaries in a sense - all topics and many more is what they aspire to be. Hegemonic is probably the epitome of mistaken identity. His raps are perhaps as ambiguous as his personality. With music ranging from topics as solemn as mental health issues to satires addressing first world problems. Each project/ single released by Hegemonic reveals a different side of him. His entire demeanor and persona is best summarized by Forrest Gump's famous quote, "...like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get"." Get familiar!