Real hardheads know what it is.
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The Queen of the Trap's Austin adventures in pics.
Ask Alabama's own, KD, what his two main priorities are for the remainder of summer and heading into the fall.
Alabama's own KD brings his own version of street knowledge mixed with a little spirituality with the Diary Of A Trill N*gga mixtape.
Tired of pulling together loose files for your playlists.
King Mez is a beneficent ruler, as evidenced by the jewels he drops while talkin' recording and Jordans on the self-produced track "Reign.
A wise man once told me a good woman is hard to come by and even rarer to keep.
Being in good company can open doors that otherwise probably would have never been.
Words: Dominick Brady “It’s a beautiful day for a road trip.
While not receiving the ballyhoo treatment of other releases this year, KD's G-Fluid has pleasantly ranked as one of the more enjoyable projects.
'Bama continues making small but sizeable dents into the current framework of rap. Expect no less from KD and G-Fluid, which features production by DJ Burn One, B.
It's always fulfilling to see a region experience an emergence in the rap game without being renown for a stifling gimmick that will eventually prove to be impossible to shake. What should have been solidified with Rich Boy is finally coming to fruition a half of decade later in the dominant presence of Alabama Hip-Hop. Yelawolf, Rittz and Jackie Chain have all shown they have the country appeal to crossover to big cities and KD is apparently no different.