Chad Bromley, better known by his moniker Apathy, is a rapper/producer from Willimantic, Connecticut. His uncle first exposed him to hip-hop when he was five, inspiring him to write his own rhymes as he grew older. He landed his first feature and official entry into the rap game in 1997, contributing verses to three tracks on Jedi Mind Tricks’s debut album, The Psycho-Social, Chemical, Biological, and Electro-Magnetic Manipulation of Human Consciousness. He then released several loose singles on Bronx Science Records, a move that eventually led him to linking with Ceph Titled. The two ultimately founded the infamous rap outfit Demigodz crew. Along with the group’s initial members, 7L & Esoteric, El Fudge, Louis Logic, Open Mic and Rise, they released their first EP in 2002, The Godz Must Be Crazy. The project garnered attention from major labels, with Apathy signing a solo deal with Atlantic Records. However, disagreements over his debut album’s direction resulted in the project being delayed and Apathy releasing a slew of mixtapes while his conflict with the label progressed for years. He released his debut studio album Eastern Philosophy, in 2006 via a distribution deal with indie label Babygrande. Apathy left Atlantic in 2009, and that same year formed the Get Busy Committee, with Styles of Beyond’s Ryu and producer Scoop DeVille. Together, they released one album Uzi Does It in 2009, before refocusing on their solo careers. After releasing Wanna Snuggle? (2009) and Honkey Kong (2011) as a solo artist, Apathy returned to the Demigodz in 2013 with Killmatic. Most recently, Apathy released an instrumental project, Dive Medicine, Chapter 1.