Chill Moody was recently named the top lyricist in the city by Philadelphia Magazine, Chill has become a staple in the Philly music scene, performing on the biggest stages and making a name for himself as a true artist. But Chill's influence extends far beyond the music industry. He has now taken on a new role as the Community Artist-In-Residence with the Mann Center, where he will be serving as a guest and contributor to the center's education programs. This includes his involvement in the Music Industry Training Program for high school students, where he will be helping to teach the next generation of musicians and industry professionals.
Chill's impact on the community is palpable. He has already given back to his alma mater, Overbrook High School, by helping to teach a course on the music business to 25 students. And with his involvement in the Mann Center, Chill is setting the stage for even more positive change in the lives of Philly's young people. When it comes to music, Chill is a true force to be reckoned with. He has performed on some of the biggest stages in the city, including Wawa Welcome America, The Roots Picnic, The Fillmore, The Kimmel Center, and has even sold out multiple shows at the TLA. His talent and drive have earned him a place in the hearts of Philly music lovers.
Chill's impact on the world of music extends far beyond his live performances. He has also established an incredible brand called Nice Things, which includes his own line of beer, nicethings IPA, and a line of kombucha available at local retailers. These ventures showcase Chill's entrepreneurial spirit and drive to create something truly unique and impactful. In conclusion, Chill Moody is a true icon in the Philly music scene and beyond. His contributions to the community, music industry and entertainment world make him a role model for aspiring artists everywhere. We have been watching him for almost a decade we can't wait to see what he does next!
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