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Chino XL

Hailing from East Orange, NJ, Chino released his debut album, Here to Save You All, in 1996 and has since had plenty of now famous appearances on DJ Sway and Tech's morning radio show called "The Wakeup Show." He's been called the king of metaphors and for good reason, everyone that likes their rhymes laden with punch lines should definitely check him out.

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Chino XL Discography

Poison pen album cover Poison pen

Released: 2006-01-31

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I told you so album cover I told you so

Released: 2001-08-21

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Here to save you all album cover Here to save you all

Released: 1996-04-09

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Chino XL News Headlines

Chino XL to judge new MC contest (Posted on February 25, 2006)

Chino XL explains album situation (Posted on December 24, 2005)

Chino XL to deliver poison pen (Posted on December 22, 2005)

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