At this point, KXNG Crooked ability to slaughter tracks has become the base of legend. Few can deny that Crook is among the game's most effective lyricists putting out music, with his ongoing Weekly series making for an ever-increasing bushel of evidence. While last week's installment brought the "Calm Before The Storm," this week's drop brings the "Storm" itself. Taking to a hard-hitting flip of Mobb Deep's "Quiet Storm," Crook unleashes a barrage of fire in a seemingly ceaseless fashion. One can only imagine the notebooks he's amassed, filled line-to-line with hand-scrawled penmanship.
Clearly, it's been well established that Crook can spit, and "The Storm" is no exception. With that in mind, perhaps we should ponder what might happen if Crook decides to unleash a well-rounded solo project upon us. While his discography is respectable, it feels like his best work has yet to come, especially given this second wind he seems to be experiencing. The talent is there, and the fans would appreciate it. Peep Crook's new-ish now, and should you interested in further wisdom from the OG, check out our exclusive conversation with him right here.
Speaking of heart, picture me stopping the heart of every popular artist topping the charts
You put a better rap out? That's like sipping Yac' during a blackout
Shot in the dark, I flush shit, hop in the Ark like Noah
You wanted ridiculous lyrics? Here it is
I'm on some other shit, like parking my mother ship
Hop out rocking some khakis and house shoes in my Pyramid
I don't care if you're listening cause I know your spirit is