Chris Webby To Release “Chemically Imbalanced” on October 28

Hip hop trailblazer Chris Webby will release his debut, full-length album, Chemically Imbalanced, on Homegrown Music/Entertainment One Music on October 28, 2014.  The album can be pre-ordered on iTunes beginning today here, and the buyer will receive instant gratification tracks leading up to the release date: 10/1 – “F*ck Off” & “Roll A Doobie”; 10/7 – “Let’s Do It Again”; 10/14 – “Dopamine”; and 10/21 – “Stand Up.”

With Chemically Imbalanced, Webby has continued to grow as an artist and step up his game while staying true to the fan base that has been with him from the beginning.  The album features a slew of established and up and coming talent, including Talib Kweli, Grafh, Tech N9ne, B-Real, Dizzy Wright, Trae The Truth, Jarren Benton and Jon Connor.  Producers on the album include Scott Storch, Supa Dups, ID Labs, Automatik, Will Powers, Sap & more (full tracklisting below).

The first single, “F*ck Off,” produced by ID Labs, shows Webby both speaking to the haters out there and enjoying the success of his career. The video for “F*ck Off” premieres today on VEVO.  Watch it here. His second single, “Let’s Do it Again,” is impacting at radio now.

Additionally, Webby will tour across the U.S. in support of Chemically Imbalanced this fall.  The tour dates are:

Oct 4  – Colorado Springs, CO – Rawkus
Oct 5 – Denver, CO – Cervantes Other Side
Oct 7 – Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
Oct 8 – Pomona, CA – The Glass House
Oct 9 – La Jolla, CA – Porter’s Pub
Oct 29 – NYC – SOBs
Oct 30 – Worcester, MA – The Raven
Nov 2 – Hartford, CT – The Webster Theater
Nov 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
Nov 12 – Lansing, MI – The Loft
Nov 13 – Chicago, IL – Reggie’s
Nov 14 – Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose
Nov 18 – St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
Nov 25 – Lancaster, PA – The Chameleon Club
Nov 26 – Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
Nov 28 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
Nov 29 – Amityville, NY – Revolution Music Hall
Nov 30 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House

Addtionally, Webby announces the full tracklisting for Chemically Imbalanced:

1. Nice 2 Be Back (Produced by AK)
2. So Eazy (Produced by Sap)
3. Set It Off (Produced by Scott Storch)
4. House Party Cypher – Interlude
5. Let’s Do It Again (Produced by Krunkadelic & Ben Billions)
6. Turnt Up – feat. Dizzy Wright (Produced by Brix)
7. Brim Low (Produced by Supa Dups)
8. Blunt Ride Cypher – Interlude
9. R.A.D. (Roll A Doobie) (Produced by Kato)
10. Chemically Imbalanced (Produced by Scott Storch)
11. F*ck Off (Produced by ID Labs)
12. Ohh Noo – feat. Jarren Benton & Tech N9ne (Produced by Brix)
13. Label Office Cypher (Interlude
14. World On Fire – feat. Jon Connor & Skrizzly Adams (Produced by Skrizzly Adams)
15. Stand Up (Produced by Supa Dups)
16. Dopamine – feat. Talib Kweli, Grafh, B Real, Trae Tha Truth (Produced by Prestige)
17. Day In The Life – feat. RyattFienix (Produced by WLPWR for SupaHotBeats)

While working on Chemically Imbalanced, Webby released the mixtape The Check Up, which featured Fat Trel, Jon Connor, Snow the Product, Apathy and Joe Budden and has amassed 100,000 downloads.

In the past 4 years, Chris Webby has put out countless mixtapes and has become one of the country’s most downloaded artists, with two EPs high on the charts.  Last year’s Homegrown, Webby’s latest iTunes release, debuted at #2 on the site’s Hip Hop Chart, and made its way onto the Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart. Webby’s 2012 debut EP, There Goes The Neighborhood, not only topped the iTunes Hip-Hop charts within 24 hours of its release, but also boasted the #1 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.

Webby’s body of work has built him a large and notoriously loyal fan base. His online presence is massive, boasting over 55 million views on Youtube, 235,000 fans on Facebook, 135,000 followers on Twitter, and 68,000 Instagram followers. His widespread fan base not only continuously proves their ferocity online, but, through their support of his live shows, resulted in 4 of his own nationwide tours. He has sold out shows at famous venues from Webster Hall in New York to The Troubadour in LA.

To learn about all of Chris Webby’s projects and more, go to: listentowebby.com, twitter, facebook, or youtube.