KXNG CROOKED - Gift Rap [New Song]

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KXNG Crooked raps over an old Just Blaze instrumental for the fans.

KXNG CROOKED has been dropping nothing but heat for 20 years, and though he never achieved success proportionate to his prowess on the mic, he has developed a staunch fan base. With Christmas near on the horizon, Crooked shares one for the fans, a loose freestyle called "Gift Rap."

"Gift Rap" slows down the instrumental from Jay Z/Memphis Bleek's 2005 single "Dear Summer," produced by Just Blaze at the height of his powers. Blaze samples Weldon Irvine's "Morning Sunrise."

The real treat is what comes at the end.... "Oh yeah, that album coming out, bitch."

House Gang.

Quotable Lyrics

Is it really the end of Slaughter?
Did them niggas intend to pin the hardest shit
in the mainstream and then sacrifice themself to a major label
so underground lyricists wouldn't have to?
Is them niggas just some martyrs?

 

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Gift Rap

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User  Rating:
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audience rating
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2 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
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KXNG Crooked raps over an old Just Blaze instrumental for the fans.


KXNG CROOKED has been dropping nothing but heat for 20 years, and though he never achieved success proportionate to his prowess on the mic, he has developed a staunch fan base. With Christmas near on the horizon, Crooked shares one for the fans, a loose freestyle called "Gift Rap."

"Gift Rap" slows down the instrumental from Jay Z/Memphis Bleek's 2005 single "Dear Summer," produced by Just Blaze at the height of his powers. Blaze samples Weldon Irvine's "Morning Sunrise."

The real treat is what comes at the end.... "Oh yeah, that album coming out, bitch."

House Gang.

Quotable Lyrics

Is it really the end of Slaughter?
Did them niggas intend to pin the hardest shit
in the mainstream and then sacrifice themself to a major label
so underground lyricists wouldn't have to?
Is them niggas just some martyrs?

 

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