King Los: Rapper Extraordinaire

King Los: Rapper, Freestyler, Genius

One of the best tests for a rapper is how well they can freestyle. Freestyling is one of the foundations of hip hop, as you don’t even need a pencil or paper to write anything down, all you need is a beat and a quick wit. The best freestyler in the game right now is King Los, and it ain’t even that close.

King Los

Photo: worldstarhiphop.com


Dude’s got bars

It’s one thing to be comfortable enough to be able to spit off the top of your head, it’s another thing to do it well, it’s another thing to do it well for a decent amount of time, and it’s a whole other level to be able to spit consistently well off the top of your head for a good amount of time. This is why King Los is the shit. Dude will not only spit for like 10 straight minutes, but he’ll do so while continually spitting dope lines and sometimes he even starts going super hard after rapping for like 8 minutes.


Scope these videos for proof

Sway in the morning, 5 fingers of death

L.A. Leakers


King Los

Photo: kboing.com.br


If you’ve ever freestyled, your jaw has probably dropped by now

Dude just keeps going, right? Sway has seen a million rappers try to freestyle in front of him, and it’s obvious he’s mad impressed by King Los. It would already be dope if all he did was freestyle, but dude’s also got recorded stuff.


If you wanna support dope hip hop, support King Los

He’s got a single on iTunes right now, he’ll have an album coming out soon you should be on the lookout for, and he’ll always keep coming out with dope freestyles. Los is definitely the King, he ain’t never lied about that. If you’ve watched one of the videos above, you’ll agree.


Think someone else has got hotter bars?

I mean, I watch a lot of freestyle videos, and I’ve never come across anyone as dope as King Los. Well, I guess I should say anyone who is alive. The only person who comes to mind is Big L, and I would love to see that freestyle battle. Besides Big L though, if you think anyone can even hold a candle to King Los, I would love to see a video of it, so let me know in the comments.


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2 comments on “King Los: Rapper Extraordinaire

  1. booklover2 December 27, 2014 9:08 pm

    I am more of a rock and roll fan but I did learn a few things about hip hop that I didn’t know! great post!

    • Joaquin December 28, 2014 8:12 am

      Thanks! I think that the lines between hip hop and rock (and all genres, really) are starting to blur, and that all music is starting to take from other genres. A great example of this is Chance the Rapper’s Acid Rap, where he says so himself, “trapped in the middle of the map with a little bit of rock and a little bit of rap.”

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