A lyric video for the lyrically intense “Microphone Preem” is here right before the impending release of the deluxe edition of the PRhyme album.
KXNG Crooked crafts a response song of sorts to Axl Rose’s homophobic and racially insensitive “One In A Million.”
The emcee formally known as Crooked I puts on Dr. Dre’s crispy Air Force 1’s and takes them for a walk.
The official video for “Don’t Close Your Eyes (Ashamed)” by KXNG CROOKED of Slaughterhouse and Truth Ali produced by Jonathan Hay and Ajami. This is part one of a five part video series that has been filmed in three cities: Louisville, Kentucky, Atlanta, Georgia and Chicago, Illinois.
Producer Jonathan Hay had the idea to recreate the late Keith Whitley’s country classic from 1988 with the same title. Tragically, Whitley died from alcohol poisoning in 1989. In KXNG CROOKED’s verse he talks about alcoholism and getting sober. The video was shot in Kentucky, where the late country star once lived. The song also tackles child abuse, suicide and adoption.
“Don’t Close Your Eyes (Ashamed)” is from the forthcoming Urban Hitchcock LP that features Cyhi The Prynce, Chino XL, Canibus, Professor Griff from Public Enemy, Royce da 5’9, Skyzoo, Planet Asia and more collaborations from KXNG CROOKED. The album is dropping on October 5th.
Take a guess as to what KXNG Crooked’s new joint is about.
In the midst of the accusations that Meek Mill lobbed at Drake for not writing his own rhymes, Slaughterhouse hits Hot 97 to discuss the topic of lyricism, writing your own rhymes and more.
Slaughterhouse release the visuals for the Just Blaze and araabMUZIK produced “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
The four headed monster of Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″ and KXNG Crooked get some assistance behind the boards from araabMUZIK and Just Blaze for “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
K-Def remixes one of the standout cuts from DJ EFN’s Another Time album. The results are pure dopeness.
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.”