KXNG Crooked Announces Triumphant Return Of "Hip-Hop Weekly"

It’s been a minute since KXNG Crooked first blessed his followers with the “Hip-Hop Weekly” sequence. In truth, the unique run came about between 2007 and 2008, and located Crooked destroying all method then-popular instrumentals. Of course, given his pedigree as an elite lyricist, Crook tended to outshine many the unique authors, on a strictly per-bar foundation. Yet ultimately, the primary run “Hip-Hop Weekly” got here to an finish, and Crooked ultimately set his sights on buying and selling bars with Royce, Joell, and Joe Budden in Slaughterhouse. Despite briefly relaunching the sequence for a fifteen-week run, Crook ultimately retired his weekly drop, an absence that continued for eight lengthy years.

Now, it will seem that Crook is mounting a comeback. The rapper took to Twitter to announce the upcoming return “Hip-Hop Weekly,” which bodes nicely for these in a perpetual “bar-seeking” state. “Feels good to know that everyone who helps my music is about to go on a experience with me and the Weeklys once more,” writes Crook, prompting an onslaught  remark part gratitude.

While Crook has but to disclose the launch date, it is definitely excellent news, particularly given the regularly fading reminiscence the “mixtape period.” Be certain to maintain a watch out for Crook’s revamped sequence, and take a look at our unique interview with the rapper proper right here.