Kxng Crooked Cuts Loose With Another Razor Sharp Freestyle (Audio)

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Kxng Crooked is on a relentless streak of music. The Long Beach, California veteran fires up freestyles like he enjoys his stogies. This Friday (March 3), he revisits an early Slaughterhouse instrumental (the Mr. Porter-produced “Cut You Loose”) for some detaching bars.

He uses addresses alcoholism, hunger pains and poverty, and drops clever Rap references to Tupac, Skillz, and Uncle Murda. More than just punchlines, he addresses some of the pitfalls in mainstream media, while professing himself “the messiah of a dying art.” Plotting to make 2-0-1-7 his most pivotal year yet, the C.O.B. O.G. certainly appears to be backing it up.

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As he says in the intro, stay tuned for Good vs. Evil 2.