King Mez is back for all the haters saying he's done changed up. The rapper, who hails from North Carolina, has definitely made strides in his career (and changes for the better, one would think), since linking with Dr. Dre and becoming a prominent force on his Compton album. We haven't heard from him much since, although he did stop by The Pharmacy on Beats 1 to bless Dre with a freestyle.
Beats One Freestyle
King Mez Feat. Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre was one of many guests who hosted a show on Beats One radio last week, and he made sure to put on for some up-and-coming artists with his time. At the end of the show, he had North Carolina's King Mez drop a freestyle over a hard beat from Cardiak, making the most of the opportunity, slipping into some blindingly fast flows to pack as many syllables into the 2 minute slot as he could.
Youth In Revolt Pt. 2
WELL$ Feat. King Mez
North Carolina's WELL$ had a coming-out party of sorts with his 2014 tape MTSYD: Revenge of the African Booty Scratcher, his strongest work to date, and now he
King Mez most definitely murders this beat, which is a stand-out, albeit short, cut from his new album-quality mixtape Long Live The King. The Raleigh, NC native came through yesterday with the project, and it's definitely one to take notice of if you're in need of some new (free) ish for your iTunes catalogue.
Lost My Way
Lecrae Feat. King Mez & Daniel Daley
Quotable Lyrics"Running, running �til the fear is gone, don't know where I'm going Don't know if I'll make it home, tell Mama I'm sorry I know that I've made mistakes, tell her it ain't easy I'll see her on judgment day I lost my way And tell the pastor to pray for me, I'm gone Ay look, tell my mom and my partners who knew me since I was younger I'm �bout to sell out for fame and a couple dollars"