The emcee formally known as Crooked I drops the BTS visuals for “Ashamed” feat Mike Smith and DJ Revolution, produced by Jonathan Hay, Mike Smith and King Tech. This is from the album “When Music Worlds Collide.”
Kxng Crooked joins his Slaughterhouse brethren Royce da 5’9 on the sequel “Lost In Paradise 2” by Truth Ali. The song is produced by Ryan Marrone who is known for his work with Nicki Minaj.
Truth Ali is currently working on his debut album Trail Of Tears.
2DopeBoyz and DJ Booth unleash the sequel to the 2012 compilation album that is 14 tracks of goodness featuring the likes of KXNG CROOKED, One-2, El Prez, Fashawn, Horseshoe Gang, K-Young, Niqle Nut, Demrick and many more. Check it out in its entirety and download the damn thing now!
The artist formally known as Crooked I drops this celebratory cut off of “The Mint Room 2” that features One-2 and K-Young.
KXNG Crooked takes on the Jonathan Hay, King Tech & Mike Smith reworking of Candlebox’s “Far Behind.” off of the recently released When Music Worlds Collide from SMH Records.
KXNG Crooked, Sway and King Tech’s SMH Records drops their first collaborative project with a laundry list of dope emcees for your listening pleasure. When Worlds Collide features the likes of Royce Da 5’9″, KXNG Crooked, Skyzoo, Kool G Rap, Sadat X and many, many more. Check out the album in its entirety now.
Crooked I drops the first leak from The Treacherous C.O.B. camp compilation The Mint Room 2. “Mr. I Don’t Give A Fuck” is produced by Jonathan Elkaer and features Bridge on the hook.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Statik Selektah announced on his Showoff radio show that he’ll be dropping a joint project with KXNG Crooked in the very near future titled Statik KXNG. Listen to the two discuss the project.
Detroit’s V Stylez drops the visuals for the J Dilla produced heat rock “Rough, Rugged & Raw” that features KXNG Crooked and Bumpy Knuckles. Off of his recently released At Odds Til I’m Even album.
SMH Records Presents The Battle Of Two Kings. KXNG CROOKED of Slaughterhouse and DJ King Tech of Sway and Tech (Shade 45) square off in what is perhaps the worst recorded graffiti battle in history. This hilarious duel was produced by Jonathan Hay, Sabrina Hale and Mike Smith during the making of KXNG CROOKED’s “Sex, Money and Hip-Hop” album at the SMH House in Charlotte, North Carolina.