Kxng Crooked & Statik Selektah Are Ruthless With This Music. Let’s Go (Audio)

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The MC formerly known as Crooked I has been on a tear in early 2016. The same week he unleashed a beast of a freestyle at Tony Touch’s radio show, Kxng Crooked returns with a fully-produced bar massacre. “Let’s Go” teams with album partner Statik Selektah on the boards, and his 1982 group-mate Termanology.

The latest single to Statik Kxng (February 12) uses Crook’s keen wordplay to tackle record label names, double-time compound rhymes, and powerful commentary on police brutality as well. As the true Crooked I debut album has eluded Heads since the late 1990s, this 10-track collaborative concept project may be exactly what the fans want.

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