King of Kings Rap Freestyles Vol.1 Presented by @PromoGodMother MTMS Promotions Hosted by DJ Malone Ft. Plies, Meek Mill, Tone Tone, Skatterman, YoGotti, Tupac, Pimp C & More! For Booking Dj Malone Twitter@djmalonepro
Just in time for Black History Month, MTMS promotions release the King of Kings Rap Freestyles Vol.1 Mixtape. Hip Hop emerged from rap battles and freestyles where MC’s got crowned and gained notoriety as lyricists. MTMS honors this rap form and includes freestyles from various upcoming rappers well known in their hood. King of Kings Vol.1 represents the best known and unknown rap freestylers in the game. Featured artists include Plies, Meek Mill, Tone Tone, Skatterman, Raw Buckz, Tupac, Pimp-C, Gibbz and many more artists.
The songs on King of Kings Rap Freestyles Vol.1 Mixtape are a snapshot of the freestyle movement at its best. There may be plenty of MCs with more intelligent and enlightened content to their rhymes. There may also be a few with more distinct deliveries and perhaps even some with more natural flow. But for sheer, unadulterated freestyle rhyming skills, the guys on this mixtape can’t be touched.
Accompanying their unparalleled talent for rhyme, these artists have a penchant for vicious, shock-value lyrics–which is a deadly combination. The faint of heart do not want to pick up this mixtape.
The arrangements boast driving drumbeats and basslines to support the dazzling vocal skills displayed, while some occasional mellow samples round out the tracks with a nice touch of sophistication. Anyone expecting huge, flashy arrangements will find that too!
If you have ever nodded your head in appreciation of a rhyme, download this mixtape now! Here you’ll find unbelievable lyricism, breathtakingly good punch lines, amazing flows, and multi syllable rhyming schemes…all off the cuff!
A classic album or mixtape contains no track skipping songs, and that’s what happens on King of Kings Rap Freestyles Vol.1. Every song has its own personal message and a certain style. The featured artists display enough talent to approach the same subject in a million different ways, while their rhymes are never monotonous.
The mixtape contains 33 tracks to keep you fully entertained. In an era of mediocre rappers and ‘studio gangsters’ this collection is a definite godsend.
If you are a fan of real hip-hop, this is a ‘must have’ for your collection.