King Los Is A Fugitive With The Flow On This P.E. #1 Freestyle (Audio)

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King Los is one of this generation’s most revered freestyle MCs. Joining the man who first gave him a major contract, Puff Daddy, the Baltimore, Maryland MC takes on the “P.E. 2000” instrumental.

With Diddy talkin’ slick on the intro, Los gets to work on the pepped-up Public Enemy basis track, with bars that are full of punchline wit, bravado, and self-assurance. King Los isn’t slowing down his tempo, or his timbre for the holidays.

Do you think King Los’ next album may be sporting the Bad Boy Worldwide label jacket to fulfill a destiny that started in the last decade?

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