Scotty with Starlito and Kyleon? What’s not to like?! Especially with Burn One weaving some of the most atmospheric trunk funk out this muhfucka. Off of the very excellent F.A.I.T.H.
Scotty “My Shoes” (Feat. Starlito & Killa Kyleon, Prod. DJ Burn One)
Lito and Kyleon address those who choose to fill their tanks with liquid hatred. Off of Funerals & Court Dates.
Starlito “What’s Wrong With You Pt. 2″ (Feat. Killa Kyleon, Prod. Cy Fyre)
On Wednesday, April 10th, 2013, Houston rap invades NYC’s Santos Party House with The Return of Screw York City. You already want to go…but read over the details anyway!
Killa Kyleon (Houston)
League of Extraordinary G’z (Austin)
Worldwide (San Antonio)
Lyric Michelle (Houston)
Grit Boys (Houston)
Young B (Son of Bun B – Houston)
DJ Charlie (Austin)
Go DJ JB (Austin)
Lil Tiger (Austin/NYC)
Kunal Merchant (Houston/NYC)
FREE with RSVP on
TrakkSounds has a cook-out and invites some certified “damned good rappers.”
Devin The Dude, Freddie Gibbs, Starlito, Killa Kyleon, & Propain “Rollin’” (Prod. TrakkSounds)
Killa Kyleon at the “World’s Strongest Pitbull” contest. T.R.I.L.L. coming soon.
Killa Kyleon “Bullies & Swangas” (Feat. Big Pokey, Prod. TrakkSounds)
Killa Kyleon is the next to profess his love for old French jazz. DAMN!
Killa Kyleon continues to rap circles around classic West Coast shit. No one is safe.
Killa Kyleon continues on with his mission of blackin’ over “the classics” (no quotes really necessarily…as they ARE undeniable in that sense). One of my favorite N.W.A. joints at that.
As a matter of fact, here are some more quotes for you… if you’re one of these “East Coast puritanical hip hop” dickheads who thinks “the South” doesn’t have “lyricists”…kill yourself in 2012.
“Appetite For Destruction”
More props for lookin’ like a beast-mode
Killa Kyleon got his Purp Pedigree all the way turnted up. T.R.I.L.L. coming soon.
“Drank In My Cup”
Killa Kyleon pays a little Texas-style, ’87 homage.
“Paid In Full”
Similar to, but certainly longer than,
Gunplay‘s “Bitches Ain’t Shit” freestyle…something just works when pairing up Southern lyricism over Golden Era beats.