Posts Tagged ‘KD’

Yellaman – Gettin Real High Ft. Lil Pooh & KD (Prod By Dave Lux)

Monday, January 28th, 2013
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Nothing particularly original here but it is a well executed weed song. The ‘Love TKO’ sample is always pleasant, especially when its ubiquity is acknowledged with good humor congruent to the subject matter via “Back in the day used to smoke mids but don’t smoke mids anymore and I would never ever take another hit again.”


Zilla x Q-Red x DJ D.A. – Rumble In The Bayou EP (Slowed & Chopped)

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
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If you prefer your country rap muddy, here is a C&S version of the Zilla & Q-Red collaboration we had the pleasure of premiering along with DGB a few weeks ago. There’s a little bonus in the download here to make things more interesting.


Zilla & Q-Red – Rumble In The Bayou (EP)

Friday, November 2nd, 2012
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Now after coming off “Zilla Shit 1”, “Zilla Shit 2”and “Paid In Full” Zilla & Dallas, TX rapper Lil Pooh (Which Dropped Oct. 31st, 2012) he brings “Rumble In The Bayou (EP)” produced by Q-Red best known for his work with Lil Boosie and other Trill Fam artist. This EP is six songs all orginal “Country Rap Tunes”.

As promised, here is a new EP from one of SB’s favorite up and coming Huntsville rappers. Presented by us and the good people of Dirty Glove Bastard; much thanks to O’Third Ent. for bringing us in on it.

iNDEED – No Reggie Bush Ft. KD (Prod. By DJ Burn One)

Monday, June 13th, 2011
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DJ Burn One’s work with iNDEED reminds me of Norman Whitfield and The Undisputed Truth. I wouldn’t take the comparison as far as labeling their work as ‘psychadelic country rap tunes’, its more like Burn One and his band use off kilter arrangements and production touches to experiment within the confines of an often formulaic subgenre, thereby tentatively expanding its boundaries. The result is country rap tempered with etherial, vaguely ‘jammy’ overtones that still mantains the harder edged core elements of its origins. Which is more or less what Whitfield and The Undisputed Truth did with soul during their time at Motown. See the two iNDEED features on the Joints mixtape for further evidence.
DOWNLOAD: iNDEED – No Reggie Bush Ft. KD (Prod. By DJ Burn One)

via DGB

KD ‘G-Fluid’

Monday, April 11th, 2011
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Everyone who talks about this album will mention “Country Rap Tunes”. Everyone. And it is perfectly fine, as there is really no other appropriate way to describe this thing. Out of everyone in the deep talent pool that Burn One produces for, KD sounds the most comfortable over his stuff. They just fit. Especially the beats that lean on soul and ride smooth. An excuse not to download this simply doesn’t exist. This shit is goooood.


“Running Away” is an immediate favorite.

… and “Cruzin” is just way too dope not to post.

Nate B. ‘The Debate’

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010
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Odds are if you are familiar with Hunstville’s Nate B. it is through “Extraordinary Nigga” with ST, which was one of last year’s best songs. The Debate is a sequel to The Kampaign, an extremely underrated piece of what will become the pre-blow up Bama canon.

“Weekend Warrior” is the jammy right now

KD crushes “Spell”

Download The Debate

Download The Kampaign