King Los Songs

  • Girls I Used To Fuck
    Girls I Used To Fuck
    King Los is preparing to head on tour with Skate, in support of his recent RCA-released album God Money War. The first leg of the tour was announced yesterday, with artist Skate Maloley coming along as a special guest. Given the two are about to hit several stages together, it seems appropriate they release a collaborative track to be able to perform together live. "Girls I Used To Fuck" is a laidback piano-driven jam, with the Omaha native reminiscing about just that (girls he used to...). 
  • Dipset Anthem (Freestyle)
    Dipset Anthem (Freestyle)
    Some instrumentals never get old. "Dipset Anthem," the triumphant Diplomatic Immunity highlight is one of them. King Los has chosen the beat for his well-deserved victory lap following God Money War. As usual, Los delivers a slap-in-the-face of technical bars, with punchlines flying by so fast, it might take you a couple listens to process it all.
  • Blessings (Freestyle)
    Blessings (Freestyle)
    We're very excited to share the first-ever track recorded in the brand new HNHH NYC Studio, and it truly is something to behold. Fresh off his album God, Money, War (buy that here), King Los came up to our booth to spit hot fire all over Big Sean and Drake's 2015 single "Blessings."
  • Jurassic Park
    Jurassic Park
    The other week R-Mean came through with cover art and tracklist for a new concept mixtape, called 7 Deadly Sins (there will be a song for each sin). The 10-track offering (obviously there are a few bonus records going beyond the allotted seven) is slated to drop with us on July 7th. Before that time arrives, the West Coast native delivers one of the big collaborations on the tape, "Jurassic Park" (which correlates with Gluttony according to his tracklist) featuring lyrical MCs KXNG Crooked and King Los.
  • Don't Love You Back
    Don't Love You Back
    King Los dropped "90s Interlude" feat. Omarion earlier today but he's not done yet -- in a HNHH premiere, he debuts "Don't Love You Back," in which he lets a girl know he loves her "like all that shit you love that don't love you back." With Los surefire flow and a groovy old school "Ms Fat Booty"-esque beat, "Don't Love You Back" was destined for dopeness from the jump.
  • 90s Interlude
    90s Interlude
    King Los' brand new project, God Money War, hit the net earlier in the week, and while it was filled with great features, one collaboration seemingly didn't make the cut. "90s Interlude" finds Los teaming up with Omarion, and we're happy to exclusively premiere the record today on HNHH.
  • Glory To The Lord
    Glory To The Lord
    King Los proved his versatility with his undeniable Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single, "Can't Fade Us," and he's surprised us once again with his brand new soul jam, "Glory To The Lord," which unites him with none other than R. Kelly.
  • Ghetto Boy
    Ghetto Boy
    King Los continues to hype us up for his upcoming album God, Money, War. After dropping "War" and "Can't Fade Us," undoubtedly two of the biggest single's off the Baltimore emcee's career, Los is back with "Ghetto Boy," his most abrasive cut yet. 
  • Can't Fade Us
    Can't Fade Us
    Since leaving Bad Boy and signing to RCA, King Los has kept a pretty low profile. He finally made his return with the Marsha Ambrosius-featured single "War," which we premiered the other week. The single was oh so soulful, and set the expectation for Los' debut album God Money War.
  • War
    King Los is currently prepping the release of his new album under RCA Records titled God Money War, and today we’re happy to premiere the first offering from it. Calling on Marsha Ambrious for some vocals, here goes the lead single “War”.
  • Free Throw
    Free Throw
    To hold fans over until his God Money War project arrives, King Los decides to come through tonight and bless us with the premiere of his newest offering “Free Throw”.
  • 6 God (Freestyle)
    6 God (Freestyle)
    We got a new cut from King Los quite recently, as he contributed to the new L.A.
  • Air Jordans
    Air Jordans
    With the NBA All-Star weekend only a few weeks away, the Los Angeles Leakers decided to get their “Draft Picks” ready and drop off their latest edition of their annual mixtape series tonight.
  • Try Me (Freestyle)
    Try Me (Freestyle)
    After a few months of silence, King Los is back and making a lot of noise. The other week the former Bad Boy rapper announced a new deal with RCA for his debut album, which will be executive produced by Diddy.
  • Only One Of Me
    Only One Of Me
    King Los has been noticeably absent from our lives. The last song we got from his was his appearance on producer Krip's "Yellow Tape" song in June, and a spot in the BET Hip-Hop Awards cyphers. But Los, who is no longer singed to Diddy's Bad Boy label, has been making big moves behind the scenes.
  • Where Dey At
    Where Dey At
    Last week we hit you with the first leak off the upcoming debut mixtape from the Batgang crew, a crew helmed by Kid Ink. The cut, "Roll Another One", featured Ink, Hardhead and Shitty Montana. Today we get the second and last leak before the mixtape drops tomorrow, and this one rounds up Ink and Shitty Montana again, alongside King Los (speaking of which, where Los been at?).
  • Yellow Tape
    Yellow Tape
    Michigan-based producer Krip brings along King Los and Pizzle for the latest single off his upcoming GroundWork mixtape. The song arrives on the heels of recent comments from Lupe Fiasco claiming that King Los is a better lyricist than Kendrick Lamar. Those unfamiliar with Los' work may automatically called blasphemy, but "Yellow Tape" makes a reasonable argument for Lupe's case.
  • Molly (Freestyle)
    Molly (Freestyle)
    Here’s some new heat for y'all. A few weeks after releasing his Zero Gravity II project, King Los decides to drop off this unreleased freestyle that didn’t make the mixtapes final cut. As usual, Los spits some serious rhymes over Tyga’s infectious record “Molly”, which originally saw features from Wiz and Mally Mall. The Maryland rapper rarely disappoints with his freestyles, and this justifies that case even stronger.
  • Don't Get In My Way
    Don't Get In My Way
    King Los has basically given away a free album for fans today, with the release of Zero Gravity II. The mixtape has plenty of original production, and only a few freestyles. One of the original cuts produced by Dot N Pro is this one featuring Detroit rhymesayer Royce Da 5'9" and Shanica Knowles. 
  • Me Too
    Me Too
    King Los recently made an "amicable" split with Diddy's Bad Boy Records, and he hasn't let that slow him down one bit as he's quickly returned with his highly anticipated Zero Gravity II mixtape, which contained the massive record "Play Too Rough." The full project hit the web today, and contains no lack of records-- 19 in total, with features from Kid Ink, Jeremih (as we see here), as well as wifey Lola Monroe, JS, Devin Cruise, Kobe and more
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