Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters is set to burst back onto the Australian music scene with his sophomore record Infinity, due out November 2, 2012 (Permanent Records/Shock). His debut album Inkstains saw him crowned a triple j unearthed featured artist and touring the country regularly, both as a headline act and in support of Australian mainstays such as Bliss N Eso, Illy, Drapht, Pez & 360, and international heavy-weights including Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and The Beatnuts. On the back of an enormously successful lead single Maybe Tomorrow which saw high rotation on triple j, an international theme song sync on National … Continue reading Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters Signs To Permanent Records

Permanent Records, the imprint of Shock Records dedicated to fostering Australia’s local artists, has signed a deal with Sydney’s Chance Waters. His new single Maybe Tomorrow has been in high rotation on triple j for a number of weeks and subsequently added to a slew of stations and networks nationally, flying to #9 on the most added national radio chart. Maybe Tomorrow has remained steadfast in the iTunes Urban Top 50 for 10 weeks straight, peaking at #16, also reaching #2 in the independent distribution radio charts and #5 on the independent singles chart after an 11 week run on the … Continue reading Chance Waters Signs To Permanent Records

Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour

This August Chance Waters is celebrating his recent success with his Maybe Tomorrow Tour. Chance will play a string of dates along the east coast throughout August following the success of the recent single Maybe Tomorrow. Maybe Tomorrow was added to rotation on triple j, and subsequently multiple stations nationally. Upon its release the single flew to #9 on the Most Added National Radio chart and #4 on the Most Added Alternative National Radio chart. These achievements assisted Maybe Tomorrow to reach the latest height of #30 on the iTunes Hip Hop chart. In its 2 weeks in the AIR … Continue reading Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour