This last week in Hip-Hop has been a blessing to be around for. It like an earthquake has been hit for the genre and its only the beginning. For those who been living under a rock, west-coast rapper and TDE’s frontman, Kendrick Lamar, blessed the mic with one of the most historic verses in Hip-Hop for the new generation. Big Sean decided to release a record entitled “Control” featuring himself, Jay Electronica & K. Dot.
The controversy started when Kendrick explained to people on his verse that he’s the “King Of New York” and letting his fellow rapper-friends (in cordial terms) he wants their careers to be irrelevant. When the song was released, many rappers thought it was only right to respond to Mr. Lamar. Scholarich Music Group & KillerHipHop.com’s own DJ Eric Kidd decided to make it easier for you by compiling all the responses into one.
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King Los provides a visual to his recently released Versace Freestyle.
Bad Boy artist King Los takes his turn to freestyle over Migo’s Versace beat.
King Los chooses some wise words from Steve Jobs to announce the release date of his upcoming mixtape “Becoming King”. Due out April 25th.
Swagga Boy Los aka King Los comes through with some new heat.
The first lady of Taylor Gang has once again teamed up with her Bad Boy baby-daddy King Los to drop another banger. The track is the latest installment to Monroe Mondays, and reportedly from their upcoming joint project titled “Bonnie & Clyde.”
What do you think about the couple mixing business with pleasure?
French Montana hits the studio with his Bad Boy family including Diddy, Machine Gun Kelly, Red Cafe and Swagga Boy Los for the visual to Ocho Cinco. Off French Montana’s Mac & Cheese 3 mixtape.
Seems like Diddy and his team are having a great time. Bad Boy are going through a strong resurgence right now.
King Los continues to prove himself in the rap game by once again freestyling off the top to random words by Bootleg Kev. Let me know what you think?