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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Keak Da Sneak - "Nope Naw (w. Kafani)" [Hip-Hop]

Nope Naw (w. Kafani)

"Nope Naw (w. Kafani)" music video by Keak Da Sneak
Added: 23-10-2019
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Keak Da Sneak x Kafani "Nope Naw" (Official Music Video)

Watch the official music video for “Nope Naw” by Keak Da Sneak x Kafani.

Keak Da Sneak first video since his from release. He is still on his prison reform push. He was caught with a gun after being shot. He was shot and paralyzed a few months later! Kafani and Keak started a movement call hip hop with disabilities who is also paralyzed from being shot and had to do 3 years in the Feds prior to being shot as well!
@Officialkeakdasneak @kafani
Director @cobracutz


American rapper and hyphy movement originator Keak da Sneak launched his career as one-third of 3X Krazy, a '90s hardcore rap trio from Oakland. Born Charles Kente Williams in Alabama, he started rapping at a young age after moving to California. His earliest work was with Agerman, with whom he formed the duo Dual Committee in 1992. The pair recorded a couple tracks that landed on C-BO's The Autopsy before they added rapper B.A. to their unit, forming the group 3X Krazy. The group released a handful of efforts into 2004. As a solo artist, Keak signed with Moe Doe Records, which released his first two albums, Sneakacydal (1999) and Hi-Tek (2001), as well as a collaborative effort with Agerman, Dual Committee (2000). Following this stint with Moe Doe, Keak moved on and continued to develop his career, beginning with the Retaliation album for the Sacramento-based hardcore rap label Black Market Records. Over the next decade, Keak would release at least one effort per year, until 2012's Cheddar Cheese I Say, his sixth official full-length. In 2017, he issued Withdrawl, featuring appearances by Mozzy, E-40, J. Stalin, G-Stack, and more.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Keak Da Sneak