Week #5 of KXNG Crooked’s Hip Hop Weekly series is upon us and the Cali emcee delivers a reinterpretation of Wu-Tang Clan’s “Triumph” with a West Coast swing.
Look, it’s clear that KXNG Crooked is never going to run out of verbal ammo for his Hip Hop Weekly series. Here’s the latest joint where he flexes over a flip of Snoop Dogg’s “Tha Shiznit.”
We’re in the third week of KXNG Crooked’s Hip Hop Weekly series, the Cali emcee torments a sped up version of the Intro from Jay-Z’s Dynasty album for “Pistol Grip.”
KXNG Crooked continues his Hip Hop Weekly series with his second installment titled “Halfway Me.” Over a flipped version of the haunting chords that hovered over “Shook Ones Pt. 2,” the emcee formerly known as Crooked I wrecks shop.
KXNG Crooked returns to the stomping grounds he created a decade ago with his Hip Hop Weekly series where he dropped a new freestyle every week. To re-ignite the campaign, KXNG Crooked drops “96 GS.”
KXNG Crooked kicks off his 2019 campaign with “The Old Me” where the emcee formerly known as Crooked I reflects on who he used to be. There’s also news that a new project from the West Coast rapper will be heading our way this year. Stay tuned.
Before we close the door on 2018, KXNG Crooked flips on a Fugees sample with the “B.C.” freestyle.
Ghostface Killah remixes “Buckingham Palace” with some lyrical assistance from KXNG Crooked, 38 Spesh and Benny The Butcher. Ghost Files drops Friday.
KXNG Crooked and his brothers drop a four track EP to hold you down if you are in need of lyrics with LLC. You can stream it all now.
Three of Slaughterhouse’s finest link up on the remix of “Timberlan’d Up” from Joell Ortiz and Apollo Brown’s forthcoming project Mona Lisa.