Starting in Herndon, Virginia, in the heart of the DMV, Chud began rapping in 2010. Relying on remixes alone, he would release three studio projects in his first 3 years in the game. In the year of 2014, Chud would release “Class of 2014: The High School Tape” as well as “NIGGAelodeon,” successfully gathering his first performance opportunities. Following 2014, he moved to Richmond, Virginia where he would develop his craft further to ultimately return back to Herndon in 2015.
Upon his return, his aspirations for music grew; for Chud started producing his own instrumentals under the name Nurse Chud. With the 2016 release of Chud’s first self-produced studio project, “Locked In My Cell,” Chud would travel around the DMV, grassroot style, to start honing in on a fan base Chud calls, The Chud Army. While developing a name for himself, Chud was simultaneously working on 2 other projects he would release later that year, “Dirty Towel 2” and “The Janitor’s Closet Ep #2.” Gaining momentum in 2017, Chud would land his first 2 concerts in Fairfax, Virginia, hosted by George Mason University.
Chud is working on new music, implementing new found theories for the self-produced rapper’s catalog.