Chuck Nice just released his new comedy album, Uncomfortably Hot Dad on The Laugh Button’s record label, TLB Records. Nice is a study in hilarious contradictions—quick to anger but ultimately kind-hearted. He’s someone who admits his shortcomings but doesn’t suffer fools. He’s a dad who both loves and pretends to resent his children. With a vocal timbre that commands attention, Chuck Nice covers a wide spectrum of colorful subjects.
Tracks such as “Woke Up” show that the language police, political correctness, and social justice warriors can test even the most open mind. Chuck’s kindness intersects with a racial incident in an only-in-New-York story on “Blind Injustice.” On “Parenting R.O.I.,” Chuck drops the truth that all parents think about at some time—kids are usually a bad investment. On “Melting in the Melting Pot,” he explains how getting camera-ready with makeup shouldn’t have both gender identity and racial implications.
Check out this preview clip from Uncomfortably Hot Dad and you can stream/purchase it now.