New York emcee K.O.N.G.  is back with the second edition of his weekly music series titled “Wet Wednesdays: vol. two” . He gives us  a whole new side with the experimental and off-the-cuff approach. In using different sounds we also become witness to K.O.N.G’s versatility on the microphone. Sometimes taking the raw, aggressive approach and other times taking a more personal and vulnerable approach, we get a glimpse into K.O.N.G’s breadth of talent.


Tracks like “Black Chevrolet” shows K.O.N.G can hang and collaborate with other artists while holding his own. We get tracks like “K.O.N.G. Alive” & “The Purge” showing K.O.N.G’s mainstream appeal, who knows we might hear the New York standout on the airwaves one day.  K.O.N.G ended his “Wet Wednesdays” wave with an important track called “For The Damaged Ones” covering the damage and impact bullying can have through his intricate storytelling. K.O.N.G is getting set to release an album later this year but this free “Wet Wednesdays” mixtape is a proper preview of what’s to come.

1. Fromé 2 U
2. Black Chevrolet – @landorico ft. @mattavn & @kingthakong
3. Phantogrammar
4. The Purge ft. @mattavn , @barlos & @landorico
5. KONG ALIVE ft. @landorico & @mattavn
6. For The Damaged Ones

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