Prolific lyricist Kingdom Kome is not stopping for breaks as he follows up his last release “Heroina” with another brilliant effort titled “Snake Charmers”. Here, he recruits some underground heavyweights such as Timbo King, Ras Ceylon and Tragedy Khadafi to help him complete the mission. Once again, Kome has longtime collaborator Dawit Justice craft the most ominous and gripping soundscape for him and his cohorts to drop hard-hitting bars laced with insight and edgy writing. Timbo King leads the charge with his gruff vocals and lines like “Mother nature versus Mother Russia/Where there’s money, there’s corruption/I turn the party to a summit function“. This is followed by Kingdom Kome’s stylish cadence and his knack for off-kilter references to silent wars and innocent bystanders getting caught in the crossfire. Ras and Tragedy Khadafi finish up the track with their distinct flows with the former stating his claim as a modern-day legend while the latter takes shots at Judas and bleeds over tracks with an innate passion that he always had.
“Snake Charmers” appears on the newly released Kingdom Kome x Dawit Justice LP Kingdom Of Justice. In addition to the heavy features on this track the album also features include Che Uno, Lyrik’L, Lazarus Child, CTraffik, Money Mogly, Enoch Sol and Una Mercedes.