KEITH BUCHANAN

iF IT WASN'T FOR MY BROTHER I WOULD BE NOTHING. - King (334 mobb)

Album: Kush & Yellow Diamondz (The Dope Generation)

Stream / Download Album Below! (Click on Album Cover & Stream The Classic Now!) 

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Mini Movie: Trust No More Starring: KING (of 334 MO.B.B.) features songs from the Album above.

The Difference : Talent Is God Given

In a world of wack artist and unqualified a&r’s you see a sudden rise in bullshit music and the rap game has became a joke in many eyes. I know this quote is true “Hard Work Beats Talent when Talent Doesn’t work hard” alot of talented artist don’t wanna put in the work or even make make music any longer because they’re not motivated due to the lack of good music in the world. In the words of my brother Keith “STONE” Buchanan : “Champions is Born, Not Made.”  I believe that Stars are Born but Regular People can become Famous at the same time I’m the type of person that doesn’t think it’s a good album just because the 1st week sales were high that just means it was promoted properly. A Dope artist is a dope artist because they were born with the “GIFT” from the Most High. - Kennie “KING” Buchanan Jr. 

Hoes Will Pop Molly But Won’t Take Birth Control

—Kennie Buchanan @Kingof334mobb  

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WORLD STAR VIDEO: FINESSE KING by KING 

This Video was Shot On Location In The Trap House if you watch close you will see the Journey of the Moonwalk as the Weed was pulled out of the Fridge for the Ultimate High provided by Swisher Sweets. Also Pay Attention to the Purple Rain aka Lean in the baby bottles RIP BIG MOE. “Barre Baby” shout out 2 Flip Gucci & MySonDakIng 

Promotion provided by: Rap Star Promo

ANIMATED FEATURED VIDEO: FINESSE KING 

This Video Was Made By Jai Harlem Phresh Out of New York after she saw the Official Video for “Finesse King” on WorldStarHipHop & It came out Super Fuckin Dope. 

Get 2 Know: KING

"Kush And Yellow Diamondz"

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Southern hip-hop is indeed a truly resonating sound.  The accent, slang, and on record ego of down south artists separates their craft from others.  King personifies the southern culture of the rap game.  With an infectious voice and recognizable sound, King is a true industry vet with the hunger of a rookie.  Having been signed to Def Jam in 2006, King is bringing an undeniable rawness that will propel him back to the plateau for which he once achieved.  While the South has often been criticized for lack of lyrical content, the Check On Me rhymer is masterfully incorporating catchy hooks and melodies, with thought-provoking punch-lines and wordplay.  His music offers samples from everything that makes the south unique, with the diversity and multi-faceted nature that connects with all regions.  King is hip-hop.  King is the south.  King is the embodiment of what the industry, along with the underground, has grown to expect and desire from that specific region.  With a strong reume’, following, and industry sense, King is putting himself back on the map.  As he drops new singles and gears up for his 2013 release of “Kush And Yellow Diamondz” the MAG spitter is sticking true to the connotation of his alias and aiming for the hip-hop throne of the south.

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Written By  @ItsARap_Jake