Every once in a while, I find an artist who is doing it all right; lyrics, music, attitude. And no one is doing it better than King Brice.
This MC/Producer/Composer/Performer’s smooth, street-wise lyrics are amazing and empowered with his personality and passion. He energizes his lyrics with wit and hard-core experience. And most of his tracks have outstanding instrumentals too. “Street Life” is an excellent example of this talent. No one delivers street-wise, smooth lyrics like King Brice.
“Hotlanta Suite” is a great track with a great hook. One of my favorite tracks is “Rep’s Imperial,” which combines machine-gun fast lyrics and street knowledge. But if you really want to be blown away, check out one of his instrumental tracks: the talent in his music is simply amazing.
And just when you understand and believe in the King Brice magic, then you hear “Make Em Dance” and get blown away all over again. This multi-lingual, melodic track has all the best of King Brice: excellent lyrics, outstanding music and a sound that should be playing in the Top Ten of all rap and hip hop stations.
Get royal and get into King Brice.
5 Things You Don’t Know About King Brice (courtesy of Dope Souf):
- He recorded a song with Mya on her first album titled Lie Detector but was replaced by Beenie Man.
- He helped Marie Antoinette aka Free with her first demo before she bacame a host on BET’s 106 & Park.
- He wrote the chorus and lyrics for Pras of the Fugees first album Ghetto Superstars for the track “Yeah eh yea eh” which he never got paid for, sung by Mary Brown of Warner Chapel featuring Mack 10 of the Westside Connection.
- He was featured in a video called New Day Hip Hop Version featuring Wyclef, Small World,Red Alert,Freddy Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles and Free.
- He closed the record titled “25 to Life” featuring Xzibit, Ja Rule Juvinile,and Naturewhich was the first song on the Life Soundtrack to the movie Life by Eddy Murphy and Martin Lawrence.