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Wednesday, August 05, 2020

King Von - "All These Niggas (ft Lil Durk)" [Hip-Hop]

All These Niggas (ft Lil Durk)

"All These Niggas (ft Lil Durk)" music video by King Von
Added: 05-08-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : King Von Ft Lil Durk - "All These Niggas" (Music Video)

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Chicago rapper King Von got into his city's drill scene after his fluid storytelling style caught the ear of more-established rapper Lil Durk. Durk signed King Von to his Only the Family label and released his viral 2018 single "Crazy Story," which was included on his debut, Grandson, Vol. 1.

King Von was born Dayvon Bennett on Chicago's South Side and raised in the crime-ridden O Block neighborhood. By his teen years, Bennett had turned to crime himself and would spend years in and out of jail before he began rapping in 2018. After hearing some of his early tracks, Lil Durk took an interest in King Von and welcomed him into the Only the Family collective. His early single "Problems" gained some traction, but it was the captivating narrative of a robbery-turned-shootout on "Crazy Story" that broke through to a larger audience. A video for the song released in late 2018 was streamed over 20 million times. This put King Von on the map and he followed it with the single "Cousins" featuring JusBlow600 in March of the next year. To further his rising career, he relocated from Chicago to Atlanta. His debut effort, Grandson, Vol. 1, landed that September. Featuring Lil Durk on a pair of tracks, the set debuted at 75 on the Billboard 200. The rapper's second set, Levon James, arrived the following March: with a higher-profile list of features including YNW Melly and NLE Choppa, the rapper's second set continued the frantic brag-rap of its predecessor.

Tags : 2020, 20s, King Von

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