KXNG Crooked Gives Honest Opinion About Eminem "Revival"

HipHop News Posted on December 22, 2017 at 6:37am

KXNG Crooked Gives Honest Opinion About Eminem "Revival"

#DXCLUSIVE: AND that's how he feels about her.

Hollywood, CA – KXNG Crooked was a guest on #DXLive for the second week in a row on Thursday (21 December), where he narrated his true feelings about the Revival, Eminem, the ninth studio album. Although he admitted that he was still "taking the album," the Good against the. The poor MC had already heard enough to be able to name their favourite (and not so favorites).

"For now, I'm only playing the songs that I really like," he said to HipHopDX's Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark in around 29 minutes. "I'm playing 'Untouchable' a lot. I'm getting a lot of push back on the internet my taste 'Untouchable.' Everyone is like, 'This is because in the Shade.' Look man, we are not fall of a log in the Shade in five years. I have nothing to win ... Em rocks with us, regardless, so that's not it. I think he actually said some things in that song in particular needs not only to be heard, but needed to be heard by the types of fans that you have. This makes the song worthwhile for me.

"Now, the first part of the rhythm is not my favorite," he added. "When the beat switches, I love it. Like I could loop that part and just ride. So, I am a lover of 'Untouchable.'"

He also mentions the song "Framed", which (along with the "Offended") seems to be a favorite of the fans as well.

"I love 'Framed'," he said. "'Framed' sounds like the old Slim Shady. After growing and maturing in the game, it is not easy to take a step back and say, 'I can do this. Look at this.' It's like go away Jordan take to the hole again. Because once you get to that stage, it was over. It was not simply fade away in Jordan. Every time he took it to the hole, it was like oh, he still can. ..you know so it's like how I felt about 'Framing.' The writing was perfect, the cadence was perfect, I liked the pace. I really think that he did his thing."

The pop-heavy Revival only came with a rap feature from a relatively unknown MC, Phresher, which appears in the cut "Chloraspetic." Is anoth


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