Maffew Ragazino gets KXNG Crooked for the remix of the 5ickness produced “Gouda.”
KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah’s Statik KXNG drops today and to celebrate, the duo releases the video for “I Hear Voices.”
KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah deliver part two of their three part “February 12th” series before Statik KXNG drops next week. This one is just as vicious as the last.
KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah offer a gift to their fans in advance of Statik KXNG dropping on February 12th.
Yes, it’s a very Termanology heavy day. Nothing wrong with that, right? Of course not! With that being said, Term links up with KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah to drop “Let’s Go.” The beat is nasty and you don’t even have to ask about the rhymes, do you?
KXNG Crooked heads to Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesdays and proceeds to absolutely annihilated the microphone with a freestyle. Goodness.
The tracklisting for the collaboration between KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah has hit the net. With the only guest emcee being Termanology, it’s evident that this is going to be one of these “He’s the DJ, I’m the rapper” moments that isn’t watered down by extra producers and guests.
01 I Hear Voices
02 Magic & Bird
03 Lost A Fan
04 Everybody Know
05 Dead Or In Jail
06 Stop Playing
07 Good Gone Bad
08 Let’s Go ft. Termanology
09 Bitch Got Me Fucked Up
10 Brand New Shit
The dynamic duo of KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah drop the second song from their STATIK KXNG project (dropping on February 12) in the form of “Everybody Knows.”
What happens when a grown man has to answer complicated questions from kids? Find out when KXNG Crooked is featured on All Def Digital’s “Arts & Raps” where the Slaughterhouse emcee and two pre-teens hang out, paint and have important conversation. Questions include “Why don’t you like hip hop anymore,” “Why does my dad look at women’s butts,” “Is Santa real,” and “Everybody says I look like my dad’s best friend, what does that mean?”
The lyric video for KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah’s “Dead Or In Jail” is a representation of society’s ills through jarring images and statistics.