KNG is an up-and-coming rapper from Brunswick, Georgia. Not too long ago, he released an introspective rap tune, entitled, “Farrakhan”.
KNG – “Farrakhan” single
“I be speaking proverbs in these ProTools to help you get through what you’re going through. I got an old soul, they think that I’m old school. Never switch up on ya mans that’s what hoes do. Yeah, fool. I’m talking to you. Good energy and vibe when I walk up into the room. Always room to improve.” – lyrics
“Farrakhan” serves as KNG’s most powerful and essential statement yet. Also, the song is a fantastic overview of what listeners can expect to hear from the charismatic emcee. Furthermore, the song addresses Minister Farrakhan’s social media ban.
KNG’s “Farrakhan” single contains a relatable storyline and conversational rap vocals. Also, the likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation scented with a standard hip-hop aroma.
“I’m not comparing myself to Minister Farrakhan, just identifying parallels.” – KNG
KNG strives to be a man that his family and community can be proud of. His love of science (at a young age) pushed him to pursue a career in medicine. But, somewhere along the way, that love faded, and his love for music led him on a path to self-discovery. Not too long afterward, he released his debut EP, entitled, “Pencil Shavings in the Ashtray”.
“Pencil Shavings in the Ashtray 2” EP
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