CunninLynguists Songs

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CunninLynguists ft. MURS & Grieves - Drunk Dial Artwork
Featuring: MURS | Grieves
Even CunninLynguists like Deacon the Villian, Kno and Natti can do some not-so-cunning things after a drink or six. Like blacking out at a strip club and ending up in the drunk tank, or accidentally... More
Posted on Mar 25, 2014
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CunninLynguists ft. Aesop Rock & Sadistik - Castles Artwork
Featuring: Aesop Rock | Sadistik
Song: Castles
If I had a nickel for every time I listened to CunninLynguists’ Strange Journey albums, I would have enough change to buy every single copy in existence… of both volumes. So, you can... More
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
CunninLynguists ft. J-Live - Beyond the Sun Artwork
CunninLynguists have long maintained that they hailed from the American South, but now it seems that was simply a cover story. On their latest single, the underground trio remove their human masks to... More
Posted on Mar 14, 2014
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CunninLynguists Presents Natti ft. Sha Stimuli & Substantial - Architecture Artwork
Featuring: Sha Stimuli | Substantial
Natti, a Kentucky rhymesayer best known for his work as one-third of the Cunninlynguists, is getting ready to launch his solo career with the release of debut independent full-length Still Motion.... More
Posted on Sep 19, 2013
CunninLynguists ft. Freddie Gibbs - Hard As They Come (Act I) Artwork
Featuring: Freddie Gibbs
If the Cunninlynguists and Freddie Gibbs were a drug, they’d be crack cocaine; if they were a mineral substance they’d be lonsdaleite; if they were an NES game, they’d be... More
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
CunninLynguists - Stars Shine Brightest (In the Darkest of Night) Artwork
Derived from the Greek oneiros, the title of the CunninLynguists’ forthcoming full-length translates into English as “the study of dreams.” Which, along with being an excuse to shamelessly... More
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
Featuring: E-40 | Evidence
Having apparently recovered from that batch of hyper-potent THC-laced brownies they consumed in their last feature, Never Come Down, Kno, Deacon the Villain and Natti of the CunninLynguists are back... More
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Some smokers use weed to decompress from the daily grind, others find it enhances their creative abilities, and others simply enjoy the social rituals that accompany its use.  Me? ... More
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Featuring: Killer Mike
In recent years, Georgia‘s become synonymous with Southern hip-hop, but in this newly-released remix (and their first Booth feature as headliners), Kno, Deacon the Villain, and Natti of... More
Posted on Mar 22, 2009