I be throwed Mike Vick,
Old school cars bending corners, pre-rolls, and expensive water not too many rappers can pull these images together, but for Keezy Kuts this was all the mold he needed to create what is "Michelanglo".
Keezy Kuts is a rapper from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The self-proclaimed 'Kusher' has embraced his stoner fanbase and has created a growing Pre-Rolled brand that his fans and supporters have gotten behind.
Michelangelo is the 4th track off Keezy Kuts latest project "Meet The Kushers". which featured numerous single's such as "Go 4 What You Know (read the article here)"), "Counting Sheep" and the interlude "Cone" that left everyone wanting more. But even with all of these singles Michelangelo stands out as an undeniable hit that was made possible through the collaboration of Hakeem Eli'juwon. It's Keezy's smooth flow combined with Hakeem's street talk that makes this collaboration work.
Gotta make sure it's a wuap in my denim coat,
Collaboration was a vital part of making both the track as well as the video. Keezy Kuts collaborated with producer Lucky Slevin to help make the song the hit that it is. On the video production side Keezy Kuts collaborated with videographer DJ Kold to help bring this hit to life. These artists created the mold for their respective lanes. That's why it's fitting that the first line be "RAP GAME MICHELANGLO".
Checkout Keezy Kuts latest video "Michelanglo".
Few people have mastered their sound like Hakeem Eli'juwon. He has a disctinct voice that stands out even on tracks that aren't even his. So it's only right that anyone that raps on his track is able to standout as well, and that's exactly what Bezel 365 does on the track "I'm Plugged".
The 2004 Detroit Pistons won the NBA championship with arguably the greatest back court of all time Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton. Chauncey ran the court and saw the plays developing before they even happened, while Richard out worked everyone on the court. But what truly made this duo so great was the magic they created when both were on the court. They knew their game and they played it well. Two rappers Dial Tone and Hakeem Eli'juwon are reminiscent of this duo on their track 'Get On Up'.
I'm really in the hood wit some G's breaking packs up,