AUDIO: Crooked I – Beautiful Murder (Prod. By King Dave)

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Long Beach rapper Crooked I is back with some new heat in the form of his latest track titled “Beautiful Murder.”  The smooth King Dave track finds the Slaughter House member with his sights aimed on the industry and any critics that question his lyrical abilities.  Back by some heavy synth work and catchy snaps, Crooked vents his frustrations with the music business and effortlessly rides the beat for a dope new track.

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VIDEO: Crooked I Presents COB Cypher 2013

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Crooked I and company release their annual cypher and showcase the talents of the Horse Shoe Gang and more.  Take a look as each COB artist steps up to the plate and delivers their own respective freestyle.  Towards the end, it’s also revealed that Horse Shoe Gang will be releasing a new mixtape every month as they prep for their “monthly mixtape” campaign.

Crooked I – YODO | Music Video

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After giving the Skee TV cameras an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the makings of his new music video for, “YODO”, the Long Beach native turns around and drops the completed visual.  Featured on his upcoming Apex Predator LP, the lyrical wordsmith kicks some introspective rhymes and cautionary tales about getting caught up in the deadly traps of the streets.  Watch the latest offering from the C.O.B. head honcho and be sure to pick up Apex Predator dropping on July 30.

Crooked I Unveils Tracklist For Apex Predator

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Rapper Crooked I has been busy as of late with touring and recording Slaughterhouse’s follow up album in New York, however, the C.O.B. radio host decided today to release the official tracklist to his upcoming Apex Predator LP.  Showcasing but only a few features from the likes of Tech N9ne, K-Young and Tena Jones, the 11 track album is gearing up for a July 30 release.  The Long Beach native also enlists production from Denaun Porter, Cardo, Street Runner, and Treacherous’ in-house producers Tabu and Jonathan Elkaer for his solo porject.  Tune into C.O.B. Radio every Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. to hear Crooked I and co-host Somayeh hold it down on Skee247 internet radio.

1. YODO
2. Vegas On Biz (feat. K-Young)
3. Let Me Get It (feat. Tech N9ne)
4. Apex Predator (My Gun Go)
5. Nobody Cares (feat. Tena Jones)
6. Crowns
7. A Lady Fell In Love
8. No Sleep Gang
9. Sumthin From Nuthin (Beatbox)
10. Crook N Porter
11. Tell Them MF’s We Made It

VIDEO: Crooked I Says Rappers Need To Beware of These Bitches + More on C.O.B. Radio

C.O.B. Radio kicks things off with another episode full of attitude and laughs.  Host Crooked I opens up the show with explaining to listeners on why he recently found himself unfollowing Mobb Deep rapper Havoc on twitter.  After his phone was recently hacked and nude photos found their way onto the social media platform, Crooked I decided it was time to pull the plug.  The C.O.B. front man also gives his two cents on the new feature and rising popularity of Instagram video.  Crooked breaks down his preference for Vine with co-host Somayeh and explains the explicitness and freedom of the mobile application is what makes it his go-to video choice.  Be on the lookout for Crooked I’s upcoming Apex Predator LP which is set to release on July 30.

VIDEO: Crooked I Says Cheap Liquor Will Have You Turned Up & Forgetting About Your Life

Crooked I holds down another episode of C.O.B. radio with co-host Somayeh and in typical Cobster fashion right out the gate keeps it raunchy and raw for the listeners tuning in.  After more than a few sips of drink to turn it up in the studio, the Slaughterhouse emcee starts to feel the buzz and gives his personal take on cheap liquor versus popular top shelf brands and their effects.  Before closing things out, Crooked discusses the new and improved Skee mobile app and encourages fans to pick it up in order to hear all their past episodes filled with entertainment from the likes of strippers, guest rappers, and everything else in between.  Tune into C.O.B. Radio at Skee247.com every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. broadcasting live from the Skee Lodge.