Though King Mez‘s latest street album, Long Live the King, dropped back in April, we still don’t have any visuals for the highly-acclaimed set. Today, the First in Flight State spitter rectifies that oversight, coming together with Kent Willard and Scott Gaston to bring us the cinematic counterpart to standout cut Can’t Let Go. Produced by the artist himself, the record finds Mez reflecting on his hustle and reminiscing about fallen homies over a hazy mix of synths and soul samples. Still haven’t copped Long Live the King? Then what are you waiting for—click here to stream and/or download the project for free, courtesy of your favorite music site. Additionally, watch for Mez’s exclusive Real Recognize Real interview to hit the Booth in the near future.
Written by richard on 05/21/14
With past releases like My Everlasting Zeal and The King's Khrysis, King Mez has proven himself as one of the foremost emerging artists in North Carolina underground hip-hop. Now, the unsigned buzzmaker has returned with a...
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