KXNG Crooked keeps things rolling and salutes the blogs that have supported him over the years as he made his way to being the elite emcee that he is today over a Dizz flip of “Two Dope Boys” on “Cadillac.”
As expected, Dizz flips a classic and KXNG Crooked lyrically torments it. “Party” finds Crook waxing poetic over a flip of Biggie’s “Party & Bullshit” in the 16th week of The Weeklys.
15 weeks up and 15 weeks down. KXNG Crooked rocks over Dizz’s flip of “Still D.R.E.” for “Live 4 It.”
KXNG Crooked pays tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle on this installment of Hip Hop Weekly with “More Love.” Crook takes on life in the streets while saluting Neighborhood Nip.
Dizz flips Tupac’s “Ambitionz of a Ridah” for KXNG Crooked to bless his lyrics on with “Glock Away.”
11 weeks up, 11 weeks down. KXNG Crooked delivers “Bishop” as Dizz flips Ice Cube’s “Bird In The Hand” for Crook to get a little personal.
Ten weeks in and KXNG Crooked gets introspective on “Pain Away.” Producer Dizz — who has been killing it lately — flips Tupac’s “Pain” on its head as Crook dives into his past pain that revolves around alcoholism, colorism, death and so much more.
9 weeks up, 9 weeks down. KXNG Crooked does it again as he wrecks a flip of Lauryn Hill vocals from “Killing Me Softly” on the Dizz produced “Jewel Emoji.”
It’s been two months and KXNG Crooked hasn’t missed a beat…literally. For the 8th installment of his Hip Hop Weekly series, KXNG Crooked takes on Nas’ classic “If I Ruled The World” with a flip and a body bag.
Seven weeks in and KXNG Crooked hasn’t lost any steam. The Cali rhymeslinger continues to destroy reinterpreted instrumentals of familiar songs and “Bar’d Up” finds Crooked catching a body over a revamped version of Naughty By Nature’s “Uptown Anthem.”