Check out Los going in depth about his situation with leaving Bad Boy Records on a Sway In The Morning interview right before he rips the 5 Fingers of Death. King Los also goes into detail about his friendship with Diddy, the Bad Boy situation, how Zero Gravity II was dark and lonely compared to his other projects, how he blames himself and not his record label, his career after losing his first deal, how The Wire was upsetting to gangsters, his flow and style, if he purposely writes hits for people or not and more.
After watching the video, it seems as if King Los is changing his work ethic, meaning what he’s been doing in the rap game hasn’t been working out for him too much so he’s going to change it up. This may mean more singles, freestyles and maybe even more mixtapes since Los is now independent (again), he is hungrier than ever before and is about to show the world what a Baltimore rapper can do. Also, watch a hilarious freestyle battle with comedian DeRay Davis. You can view these videos after the jump.
Here’s another freestyle from Los that was recorded last week on Toca Tuesdays. Check out King Los spaz on the mic as DJ Tony Touch feeds him a beat. If you haven’t done so yet, go and download Zero Gravity II by Swagga Boy Los. Shoutout to Al Lindstrom.
Los joined Sway on Shade 45 for Sway in the Morning to perform a freestlye. Last year, King Los invaded the show and ripped a freestyle (part 1 / part 2) for us and yet again he kills the 5 Fingers of Death freestyle while on the show. Later, Swagga Boy Los hit up MTV’s RapFix for an interview and some more freestyling. Hit the jump below to check out the interview from Los describing his departure from Bad Boy and some acapella freestyling.
In the video above, you can watch Los spit a sick freestyle off the top of his head. King Los doesn’t use any pads or pens in this freestyle over a mellow beat. If you didn’t know, Swagga Boy Los will be dropping Zero Gravity II soon, so stay tuned for that. And if you haven’t already, grab your download for the Becoming King mixtape. Enjoy the freestyle.
Check out this freestyle from Los as he lays down some bars for Vlad TV. King Los breaks down his pattern rap with a well thought out freestyle. And yes, these are his older verses we’ve already heard before. At the end of the video, Swagga Boy Los says, “That’s old school bars man.”