“Pig Ears & Chitlins” have always signified a feeling of home, community, and more within the African American community. Whether you chose to indulge or not, the meaning was deep-rooted and truly one of authentic family.
“Pig Ears & Chitlins” finds Cool Nutz touching on subjects of race relations, fatherhood, friendship, rapper hate, culture, and more. The album features appearances from Illmaculate on the bar-heavy “Safe”, Portland standouts Mic Crenshaw and Mic Capes on the culturally charged “Black”, and April Cason on the lead single/dedication to Northeast Portland “NEP”
Production duties on “Pig Ears & Chitlins” is handled by Trox, Cee Goods, Lawz Spoken, and Deezo Woods. The album brings another welcomed addition to the illustrious catalog of one of Portland’s most heralded musicians. Look for more visuals, singles, and quality content to come from “Pig Ears & Chitlins”.