Memphis rapper Chrome Korleone, real name Debright Pannell of North Memphis, Tennessee, arrived on the Memphis music scene in the early 90s. With his Southern Hip-hop sound and unique southern slang, Chrome rocked the town captivating an entire city with his clever lyrics and catch phrases. After a brief sabbatical from the Memphis scene, Chrome returned stronger than ever after reinventing his style, image and showmanship. He released a mixtape titled Daily Living and during a performance at one of Memphis hottest night clubs, he caught the attention of Memphis super-producers Dj Paul and Juicy J. The duo was scouting new talent and saw Chromes potential.
Straight To The Pros Chromes first solo project entitled Straight to the Pros produced by Juicy J and Dj Paul was released on the Asylum record label in 2008. The album performed very well also making billboard charts positioning Chrome to reach audiences outside the Memphis area. He has been featured on several Hypnotize Minds projects, including platinum award winning artists Three 6 Mafia (Most Known Unknown) which won an Oscar.
Chrome has also worked with the likes of T-Pain, Lil Scrappy, Project Pat, Trick Daddy, Juicy J and Dj Paul. Chrome has released his latest album The Puppet Master in iTunes, and Google Play Store. He also has hit songs titled Turn Down 4 What and “Two Strippers” thats blowing up on Hot107.1 KXHT- FM Memphis, Tennessee right now.
Chrome is now working on his new album Street Talk which is set to drop this Fall 2016 with hit songs on it like Off With They Head, Two Strippers and the captivating song World with more catch hooks like his other song Uber.
Not only is Chrome a renowned rap artist, he is broadening his horizons to include acting in movies. His first movie role was in a movie titled Clean Up Men featuring actors such as Rolland Powell, Miguel A. Nunez Jr., and Michael Coylar.
Chrome has now teamed up with actor/producer Dustin Seabolt of St. Petersburg, Florida known for the movies Double Tap, Illusions, and Raised On Media released in 2016. Chrome and Dustin Seabolt are looking forward to filming their first movie together in Tampa, Florida 2016.