I don’t know if you heard King Los before his “Control” freestlye. Congratulations if you did, because I hadn’t. Anyway, I caught up. This kid is one of the best doing it, hands down. He needs no introductions but here is a complete list (compiled by Reddit users) of every King Los freestyle murder.
Over the weekend, Big Sean performed a live show called "Finding Paradise" in front of a hometown crowd at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. During his set, Sean brought out a slew of guests, including Lil Wayne -- who performed "A Milli" and "Rich as Fuck" -- and fellow Motor City residents Eminem, Dej Loaf, Danny Brown, Royce da 5'9" and Trick Trick. The aforementioned guests performed a rendition of last year's "Detroit vs. Everybody", which appeared on Eminem's Shady XV compilation. Check out the full live performance after the jump.
Kendrick Lamar, who closed out Comedy Central's The Colbert Report, is fittingly one of Stephen Colbert's first ever musical guests as he takes the seat on his new talk show, Colbert. Here Lamar performs a medley of a few choice cuts from his excellent To Pimp a Butterfly album, which dropped earlier this year. (For many, this is still the best rap album of 2015.) He does "Wesley's Theory", "Momma", "King Kunta" and "u". Check out the full performance from Kendrick Lamar and his backing band after the jump.
King Los is on a hot streak with his rhymes. Many sites and blogs have called King Los "one of the best lyricists in the game right now" and with his new cut, "Mind Game$" out now, Los continues to make that argument. Produced by Soundz, "Mind Game$" finds Los going over a haunting beat -- delivering excellent wordplay and lyrics. The track is set to appear on producer Soundz' forthcoming EP, so be on the lookout for that. In the meantime, go peep that new Los track, "Mind Game$" after the jump.