Hip-Hop | Logic – Two Kings ft. King Chip

Posted by on September 18, 2013


Amidst his 23 tour, performing along with Tyler the Creator, Big Sean, and Kid Cudi, XXL Freshman, Logic, lets loose a newly cut record for the fans.  Based on the feature, my guess is that Logic hit the studio with Cudi’s right hand man, King Chip before hitting the road.  Chip has a few years under his belt, while Logic is still new to many faces, but the two lesser known faces lace together a track, worthy of such a title.  Produced by C-Sick, “Two Kings” is everything from machine gun raps, to hidden metaphors, to a deep & direct hook, and a confident self preserving guest feature from Cleveland’s own, King Chip.

If you’re interested in catching Logic, Sean, Tyler, & Cudi live, check the schedule and grab tickets for a city near you.

Free Download: Logic – Two Kings ft. King Chip

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Hip-Hop | Mike Posner – Started From The Bottom (Remix) ft. Asher Roth, T Mills, Chuck Inglish & King Chip

Posted by on February 16, 2013

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Just stumbled across this “Started From The Bottom” remix from Mike Posner and friends. I actually really like this and the video shows everyone as they create the song. Definitely worth checking out! This is my favorite remix of the song yet.

Hip-Hop | Travi$ Scott – Old English (feat. King Chip)

Posted by on September 16, 2012

After being featured on G.O.O.D. Music’s new album Cruel Summer, Travi$ Scott has been garnering a bit of attention as of late. To capitalize on the moment, he just released a new track entitled “Old English” featuring King Chip. With strong production from Travi$ himself, as well as a verse from King Chip, this should only heighten the hype for his upcoming project Owl Pharaoh due out soon.


Hip-Hop | KiD CuDi – Just What Iam ft. King Chip

Posted by on August 15, 2012

Kid Cudi’s long awaited followup to Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager is soon to be here. The upcoming album entitled Indicud will see Cudi return to his rapping ways and Cudi is not shy about giving it high expectations, dubbing the album as his version of The Chronic 2001. The first leak off the project is “Just What Iam” and features longtime collaborator King Chip (formerly Chip Tha Ripper). If you were slightly disappointed by Cudi’s WZRD project, you will be glad to hear him back to his old self.