selected REVIEWS

King Tee
King Tee Act A Fool Capitol • 1988

This album is 100% non-bullshit, genuine rap music about havin fun, chasin girls and having a drink or two. And oh yeah, if you want to make fun of your mother-in-law just check out the skit! Wesssside!!

POSTED 03|05|2004
Kings Of Pressure
Kings Of Pressure Slang Teacher Next Plateau • 1989

All these tracks total a real soundscape and if we keep in mind that the music equipment in 1989 was negligible comparing to nowadays, the album deserves to be admired.

POSTED 12|25|2004
Kings Of Swing
Kings Of Swing Strategy BumRush • 1991

This album is an absolute must and not only for the Audio Two fans. It's kinda short: not even 40 minutes long but don't worry, it's 39:40 minutes of dope funk.

POSTED 11|18|2004
Koss
Koss Born To Live Below System • 2017

The biggest ode to hip-hop this year comes from Belgium. Excuse our chauvinism. But 'Born To Live' bundles stories and anecdotes about how it all started way back when, told by front-row witnesses.

POSTED 09|22|2017
Krewcial
Krewcial 25/8 BBE • 2004

I’m sure people will be pleasantly surprised as in 'Is this from Belgium?' and then search for more info on Krewcial and Belgian hip-hop artists.

POSTED 11|15|2004
Kwame
Kwame The Boy Genius Atlantic • 1989

Kwame rhymes with style, finesse and an open mind. Positive rap was not new at the end of the 80s through the success of the Nativue Tongue click, especially De La Soul, but Kwame’s a nice representative too, yet, with a very personal style.

POSTED 06|06|2004
Kwest Tha Madd Lad
Kwest Tha Madd Lad This Is My First Album American • 1996

The album is all about meeting girls and hittin skinz. A subject we’re always into. The songs are smooth and buttery without sounding too soft, just funky ass tracks with ill breaks. It has influences from A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Organized Konfusion but especially from West Coast’s finest Souls of Mischief and The Pharcyde.

POSTED 03|25|2004
Kyo Itachi & LMNO
Kyo Itachi & LMNO Born Again N/A • 2011

With an impressive career path, from starring in a video with D.O.C., Dr Dre and Eazy-E in 1989 to conquering the world with The Visionaries crew, and a slew of solo recordings, LMNO still makes progress and that is, pardon our French, f-ckin grand.

POSTED 07|20|2011
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