King Mez ft. Thee Tom Hardy & Sean Boog - From the South
Recently featured on the Booth, “From The South”, a single off King Mez and Khrysis’ The King’s Khrysis, is still hot as ever, especially now that the visuals have been dropped. Featuring Mez and fellow Carolinians Thee Tom Hardy and Sean Boog, the music video is an ode to the community of the Carolina hip-hop movement, full of camaraderie and talent. Also notable is the hilarious pause in the music where one of Mez’ friends starts tossing “singles” around like he’s at a strip club. You’ll see what I mean. If you’re just learning of King Mez for the first time (where have you been?), be sure to check out The King’s Khrysis, reviewed here with a link to download free.View more from:
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