Been awhile since we’ve got an e-mail from our homie King Mez, but look at what we have here. Today, Mez releases a track that didn’t land on his last project. The piano driven, hi-hat rattling “The Coming” which is produced by Elite. Sounds really dope. Be on the lookout for the upcoming project, Long [...]
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Been awhile since we’ve heard a remix from King Mez, but today the North Carolina emcee changes that. A lot of people are sleeping on that Yo Gotti & J. Cole collaboration, but Mez hijacks the Canei Finch produced “Cold Blood” for his own. Gotta love Mez and his delivery on this record. Listen below.
Before King Mez releases his brand new studio project he liberates a brand new track entitled “New Vinyl”. The project is titled Long Live The King 2 and is set to be released in the fall. Very smooth production from Oddisee and King Mez rhymes doesn’t disappoint.
With his forthcoming project, Long Live The King II set to be released this summer. King Mez decides to release a new record “Exordium” to hold the fans over until then. Yeah, he’s killing this record with that flow. Listen below. ex·or·di·um (eg-ˈzȯr-dē-əm) noun. – an introductory part or beginning, esp of an oration or [...]
Shouts to my other half AO! for puttin’ me on. King Mez is a rapper out of North Carolina and earlier this year his presence was made known by BET, and he is now part of the infamous Music Matters campaign. If you watch the bonus video attached below, you can see Sway give his [...]
Here’s an exclusive remix of JR & PH7′s “Makin’ Moves” which serves as the B-Side to their single “Humid Nights” featuring The Kid Daytona. “Makin’ Moves” features King Mez & Long Island’s own Roc Marciano.
Tonight on BET’s 106 & Park’s “The Backroom”, they featured North Carolina’s own King Mez. NC is getting put on the map, slowly but surely. Check out his latest project My Everlasting Zeal, here. Check out the footage after the jump. REWIND NC Takover: BET Presents: The Backroom: Rapsody
Kid Daytona’s tour stopped through Providence, RI recently and after the sold out show, The Source x DJ Booth & Tuff Tunezz rounded up Phil Ade, King Mez, Zumo Kollie and M3 together to spit some dope bars over Biggie’s Ten Crack Commandments. Presented by Tuff Tunezz x Source Magazine x DJ Booth