|State: ||New York|
|Country: ||United States|
|Description: ||Solo Artist|
|Artist Type: ||Rapper
|Ethnic Background: ||African American|
|Stage Presence Level: ||Professional|
|Performance Level: ||Professional|
|Dancing Level: ||N/A|
CHIPPS - #5050 IS THE MOVEMENT
Born Maurice Sherrod was born in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn NY, in St. Johns hospital on July 22, 1984 to Priscella and David Sherrod. Growing up in “Do or Die” BedStuy, being the oldest of three children in a household of 13, Moe Chipps is from the “real hood” not the “rap hood”.
Early Life As a child Moe Chipps aspired to play professional basketball. His “handle” was that of Urban Legend and he still revered as a “street ball” legend. He dominated AAU tournaments and was part Paul Robeson PSAL city championship runner team that played in Madison Square Garden, as a freshman. While a standout at sports, Moe was also well known for his dedication to the “block”, which is where he got the name Chipps(for being the first on the block and the last one gone). With the NBA seeming like a distant reality and money on his mind,Chipps decided to forgo his hoop dreams and decided to pursue fortune and fame through another avenue, so he along with his brothers, created 50/50 The Movement Entertainment. Although tied up in illegal activities,which would later results in his incarceration, Chipps was loved by his hood and reciprocated the love by sponsoring youth summer league basketball teams and donating gifts/money to local families in need.
Music Career Moe Chipps is an independent rap artist and founder of 50/50 entertainment. His first mixtape entitled “Who Am I” was hosted by DJ Envy and had the streets of NYC buzzing! After several run-ins with the law, Chipps has continued to make music to feed his core fan base with unreleased albums of real “street rap”. He’s currently regarded in the streets of NYC as “your favorite trappers favorite rapper”. Chipps‘ latest mixtape “Feed the Streets” vol.1 is currently in heavy rotation in the NYC strip club circuit. With original tracks like “Pull My Own Trigger”, “Trappin Ain’t Dead” and “True Kings”, Feed the Streets is poised to become one of 2014 hottest mixtapes