Royce 5’9″ put the industry on notice (again) with the immediate frontrunner for hip hop album of the year with The Allegory. You’d be an irresponsible fan if you consciously decided not to listen to this stellar piece of work. But in the event that life got in the way, check out Nickel’s collab with KXNG Crooked on “Tricked” where the former Slaughterhouse members go in about how much foolery goes on in the world today.
KXNG Crooked annihilates this flip of Twista’s classic “Adrenaline Rush” courtesy of Dizz on “Better Late Than Never.”
KXNG Crooked and Bronze Nazareth will be dropping the Gravitas album on December 13th and drop one last joint to prep you for the collaborative project in the form of “The French Connection.”
KXNG Crooked flips Gang Starr’s “Mass Appeal” for this edition of The Weeklys with “Coast Lines.”
Not too long ago, KXNG Crooked flipped Nas’ “I Gave You Power” for his “The Weeklys” series and delivered the brilliant journey of a gang rag in “Life of a Bandana.” Now, the Los Angeles spitter drops a video to illustrate the words.
KXNG Crooked will drop his Menace II Sobriety EP on July 26th. And in the midst of still giving us the Hip Hop Weeklys, he’s found time to give us more as Dizz flips a Stevie Wonder (or Coolio, for you newbies) sample on “Flowers.”
25 weeks in, KXNG Crooked is still going strong and addresses the dealings with the opposite sex on “Attraction.”
You know what time it is. Dizz hijacks Lil Troy’s “Wanna Be A Baller” and puts his own spin on it as KXNG Crooked’s 23rd week of the Hip Hop Weeklys with “Jewelry Business.”
22 weeks down, KXNG Crooked lifts Goodie Mobb’s “Cell Therapy” for his lyrical barrage on “W2CC.”
KXNG Crooked hops all over a Dizz flip of Nas’ “Memory Lane” as Crook goes back to the times when he was rocking his “Bo Jackson Jersey.”