Earlier this week, KXNG Crooked vowed to renew a dormant tradition, once again bringing his acclaimed "Hip-Hop Weekly" series to the release calendar. Today, the Long Beach icon has decided to set it off, with a sense of punctuality not often seen in the rap game. The first chapter, "96 GS," arrives on the heels of a warm-up loosie titled "The Old Me." While that one found Crook on a more relaxed tip, this immediately takes on a cinematic vibe. "I started off in an old Toyota, switching lanes comfortably," spits Crook, in the opening lines. "Yeah it's back different day, same fuckery."
He proceeds to paint a picture of his come up, before unleashing some scathing bars for a societal hypocrite. "Some see abortion as brutality, but they don't care if the police force academy leave me a corpse and a casualty," raps Crooked. "Never see me taking pictures with a Robocop, if you see a photo opp, n***a that's photoshop." As the track progresses, Crook picks up momentum, unleashing effortless lyrics few rappers can match. Check out the opening chapter now, and welcome back Crook!
Some see abortion as brutality
But they don't care if the police force academy leave me a corpse and a casualty
Never see me taking pictures with a Robocop
if you see a photo opp, n***a that's photoshop