“I’m like Aftermath, I’m makin’ it shady” – King Los
Yesterday, we got to watch Los freestlye on the Sway in the Morning show on Shade 45. Now we get the second part of the freestlye and of course King Los kills it. Don’t forget to watch part 1 of the freestyles. Be sure to download Becoming King from Swagga Boy Los if you haven’t already. Enjoy.
Yesterday, while Los was out in DC, he met up with the Sway in the Morning crew and dropped a couple freestyles on Shade 45. While King Los was there, he decided to release the world premiere of Disappointed featuring Diddy and Ludacris. Swagga Boy Los gave us straight A’s on his first freestyle and on the second, he mixed in a verse from the Welcome To SwaggsvilleIntro. All in all, Los killed that ish. Enjoy the video above.
A few days ago, Diddy had a party after the Super Bowl and you already know Los is going to be dropping some bars. Al B met up with King Los at the party so it was only right to have a rematch to their challenge back in September. If you didn’t know, that battle way back then was know as Los Freestyle Challenge Part 1. Check out the video above to watch Swagga Boy Los spit that fire and to see who wins the rematch. Catch up on the other freestylechallenges by watching part 2 and part 3. Enjoy.
Last night, Los returned to his hometown, Baltimore, for an epic performance at Sound Stage. King Los was joined on stage by Skarr Akbar, J. Oliver, Starrz, Smash, Bossman and many more for an unforgettable night in B’more. Swagga Boy Los set the event off with an opening freestyle and throughout the rest he raps to his some of his popular hits, such as Ocho Cinco and Baltimore 2 Step. Bad Boy Los also sang Fall For Your Type to show his devotion to his fans. Continue reading to view B’more Los perform live on stage and a lot more pictures from last night.
Here is an depth perspective on all upcoming releases from Los, including his mixtapes and songs. First up, we got the mixtape, Becoming King. Originally supposed to be released on the 29th of November, but due to some sample clearance issues, the tape has been delayed till further notice. We most likely won’t see BK till later this month, I’m sure King Los won’t push it into the next year though. Now, we did get some info on a few of the songs on the tape. We already heard Born A King, Dope will be on it along with My Hightop Nikes. But don’t forget about Turn Up, which features T-Pain, that will most likely be on BK, since it’s an original track. Turn Up was originally supposed to drop a week or two before the tape. Maybe we’ll see it before the tape drops but who knows now, it might just shine light when BK does.