King Crooked has been on a roll with freestyles lately, releasing “Real Friends,” “Cigar Boy,” & “Life” to name a few, and thankfully he doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon either. Following up his feature on R-Mean’s new single “Deeper Than Rap” earlier this week, the Long Beach spitter decides to come through today and jump on his own 2009 Slaughterhouse cut “Cut It Loose” for a new freestyle.
Opening the record by announcing that he’s working on the sequel to Good Vs. Evil, Kxng Crooked delivers a 4-minute, lyrical exercise showcasing once again why he's one of the nicest & most-slept on lyricists in the game right now. Hit play and sound off in the comments (below).
I blended Malcom & Martin’s names together for my motivation
That’s King with an “X” homie no relation
Im cuttin’ niggas loose like the officers do when they find the hard tied victims after home invasions