My first thought upon hearing KAB on Bully On The Beat, is this J-Dawg? I quickly Googled a J-Dawg video (slap me because I don’t have any of his music in my iTunes) to compare their voices. What an uncanny similarity! J-Dawg has a few more years of smoking in his voice though. KAB has a little twang to his voice, but it doesn’t make his words inaudible. *Cue Future “Magic”*
You just gotta love KAB. I met him at Warehouse Live for the Slaughterhouse show, he was very friendly & personable. He had a great big, golden smile on his face! He probably doesn’t want me telling you this since it would ruin his street cred so SHHH! But after speaking with him he did go pour some beer on a girl’s head though .
DJ Mr. Rogers hosted the tape, dope. KAB’s a dope rapper. Dope combo.
My favorite line on Bully On The Beat is from “Good Music“:
I’m sendin’ all that wack rap on a vacay. It ain’t round trip. I gave all them niggas one-way. I’m versatile while these niggas rappin’ one way. And call they shit music. I’d rather listen to gunplay. Yuh, no more rappin’ for fun, I do it to fundraise.
I love the fact that KAB is making a name for himself despite running with one of my favorite rappers, Doughbeezy, in the Headwreckas crew. I also love that I’ll be able to see the two perform Friday, March 23rd at Warehouse Live. Y’all be sure to purchase tickets to Doughbeezy’s first headlining show(shameless plug)! KAB boasts about never doing the same set at any of his shows so I look forward to seeing what he has up his sleeve for this performance.
KAB’s new tape Live And Learn drops in July. If you don’t cop that you’re losing at the game of life. You might as well quit your job, move to Wisconsin & eat cheese all day.