Kxng Crooked's new record, "#AXLROSE," takes its name from the lead singer of the popular 80s hair-metal band, Guns N Roses, but it's in no way a celebration of the artist. The song, which counts Truth Ali, Erik Tandy, The Reasn, and producer Jonathan Hay among its roster, criticizes Rose for the racism, homophobia, and hate speech on display throughout his 1988 record, "One In A Million" -- a song that's still widely available for purchase.
The hook actually interpolates a particularly offensive line from the Guns N Roses record, but Kxng Crooked widens the scope with his personal verses -- making for a politically-charged anthem. Let us know what you think of the track in the comments below.
I put the key in the ignition
That kinda symbolize the key to the decision
Keys stashed in the Bimmer trunk
Indeed, I'm on a mission
Hope it don't leave me in a prison