Fuckin Wit It
Its been a minute since we last heard from respected Baltimore lyricist King Los. In fact, the last time the lyrical monster impacted our website was back in May with Mark Battles when the two dropped off the song “No Love,” but thankfully that drought ends here today.
Mark Battles Feat. Futuristic & King Los
Indianapolis spitter Mark Battles currently finds himself in the prime position of his career. He just signed a deal with production legend No I.D. The exact terms of the deal are unclear, though No I.D. is currently the Executive V.P. at Def Jam, and more importantly, he's one of the game's strongest cosigns. To celebrate the new deal, Battles has dropped off a new collab featuring his good friends King Los and Futuristic. And of course, "No Love" comes with a choice beat from No I.D. himself. Battles' frequent collaborator J. Cuse also contributes additional production.
Get Home (Freestyle)
Tyga & King Los
Last summer, DJ Mustard helped Las Vegas singer JR Castro score his breakout hit, "Get Home," which also featured Quavo and Kid Ink. As the track continues to pick up steam, "Get Home" has now been remixed by Tyga and King Los, who each freestyle a verse over the sticky club production.
Public Enemy (Freestyle)
King Los Feat. Diddy
Earlier today, we saw that King Los got a look on the upcoming Lil Wayne No Ceilings 2 mixtape. We're getting more than just a feature from Los on Thanksgiving though, as he comes through with a "Public Enemy" freestyle, featuring an intro from Puff Daddy. Diddy's been getting back to talking on records lately, and it's enough to warrant a credited feature.
The Pharmacy Freestyle
Last night's episode of Dr. Dre's "The Pharmacy" was full of surprises. We got a new track from Dre, a surprise remix from Pusha T, and new music from Anderson Paak.
Calz Feat. King Los
Calz is an up-and-comer from baltimore, and today he's teamed with one of the region's biggest voices in King Los. "Trapaholics" finds both rappers in their element, taking on a propulsive beat that allows them both to test out a variety of double-time flows. If you're a Los fan, it should be a good bonus track to his recent God Money War project. It should also earn some new fans for the promising Calz.
Mark Battles Feat. King Los
Indianapolis rapper Mark Battles has been around a few years, and though he hasn't yet released an album, he's earned our respect as one of the top lyricists from the Midwest. And now that we've got the lead single off his upcoming debut, Numb, we can safely say that the album will be worth the wait. On "Going," Battles brings along frequent collaborator King Los for a fiery lyrical attack over an adrenaline-rushing beat from J. Cuse.
Another day, another VERY HOTTTTT freestyle from King Los. We recently heard the Baltimore spitter, like many before him, go in over Future's "Commas," but this time, Los is taking it back to the '90s by rapping over the Chicago group Crucial Conflict's biggest hit, "Hay." You're gonna wanna sit back when the beat starts, but you'll quickly have to gather your attention to keep up with the speed at which Los proceeds to drop knowledge.
Soundz Feat. King Los & Sonyae Elise
Soundz made his name writing and producing hits for huge artists in all genres, including Justin Bieber, Wale and Trey Songz. He produced one of the bangers of the year in Rae Sremmurd's "Throw Sum Mo." He's now embarking on his career as a solo artist, and his specialty is raw and sexy R&B. Of course, his eclectic production skills only make things more alluring. His latest track, "Mind Games," features HNHH favorite King Los and R&B singer Sonyae.
Fuck Up Some Commas (Freestyle)
King Los continues to keep the freestyles coming.
Girls I Used To Fuck
Skate Feat. King Los
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)
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.
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."
R-Mean Feat. KXNG CROOKED & King Los
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
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.
King Los Feat. Omarion
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
King Los Feat. R. Kelly
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.
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
King Los Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
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.
King Los Feat. Marsha Ambrosius
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”.