Killer Mike is known for his sanctified religious raps as one-half of Run The Jewels and his own solo endeavors, but now you can officially call him “reverend.”
Trinidad Jame$’s “All Gold Everything” gets perhaps its best makeover to date courtesy of fellow ATLien, Killer Mike. “Snowin in the Bluff,” derived from 2011 cult-classic film Snow In The Bluff, details a facet of Atlanta that differs from the gentleman’s club and molly-filled party life that’s been glorified as of late.
Hip-Hop receives another sure-to-be entertaining podcast courtesy of one of the culture’s most polarizing figures, Killer Mike. Those familiar with the Atlanta MC know he’s critical of everything he assesses, ranging from his opinions on the current climate in Hip-Hop to the socioeconomic factors plaguing urban communities. With partner in crime Trackstar The DJ, Big Mike creates […]