KXNG Crooked drops the lyric video for “Song” from his Valley of KXNGS EP.
KXNG Crooked joins Maestro and D12’s Swifty McVay for a classic trash talking session on “You Ain’t Real.”
Termanology and KXNG Crooked revisit the Statik KXNG cut and give it a reprise.
KXNG Crooked drops a video for “Next,” which is a letter to the next generation of emcees in the game.
In advance of his Good vs. Evil album dropping on November 11, KXNG Crooked drops “Welcome To Planet X” featuring some adlibs and an opening from Eminem.
In the “Dear Officer” video, Crooked is gunned down while complying with police orders, and the trigger-happy cop attempts to plant a weapon in his vehicle. But Crooked will be avenged by citizens who have documented the encounter and posted their footage online. Power in numbers.
KXNG Crooked doesn’t have time to mince words with those who aren’t in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Instead, he’s and Tech N9ne are ready to deal with police brutality problems head on with “Shoot Back” off of his upcoming album Good vs. Evil dropping on November 11.
Mistah F.A.B. is easily one of the most underrated emcees in hip hop and this cut is the perfect example of who. Fabby Davis Jr. is joined by Kendrick Lamar, KXNG Crooked and Kobe Honeycutt to discuss the struggle of being black and trying to survive in the streets.
Want to know how to start an album? Well, get your rapping ass brother to dismantle the intro of your album Anti-Trap Music. The Horseshoe Gang and KXNG Crooked absolutely annihilate this and set the tone for what we anticipate will be a great project.
We’re not sure exactly how Statik Selektah and KXNG Crooked ended up on the soundtrack for “Meet The Blacks” but this banger damn near makes us want to see the film.