Krizz Kaliko kicks off the new year by dropping yet another video from Son Of Sam. “Kill For Youe Lovin’” lives up to the title indeed, but no spoilers. Sitting down at the piano and singing for an audience is how Krizz starts the video. Where he ends up, well, you’ll have to watch and see. New album is likely to come this year if previous years have been a clue to his consistency. Previously: Video: Krizz Kaliko – Thank God Follow @SermonsDomain
Has Krizz Kaliko ran out of videos to shoot for Son Of Sam? If you answered anything other than a “no,” you’re wrong. Racking up tens of thousands of views each video is only motivating the Strange Music lieutenant to produce more. Still kicking and screaming his way into our musical hearts on Wednesdays, “Thank God” shows us the honesty behind Kaliko who’s sitting in the confession booth in this simple, yet effective video. Previously: Video: Krizz Kaliko Ft. Bizzy – Girls Like That Follow @SermonsDomain
What type of girls do you like? All shapes and sizes to draw you in, but Krizz Kaliko and Bizzy like ‘em nice and thick. The video for “Girls Like That” is just as you’d imagine. A couple fly women dancing and the two artists rapping as they do so. It speaks volumes about how many videos he’s dropped before and after the album’s release. Son Of Sam is available now. Previously: Video: Krizz Kaliko – Night Time Follow @SermonsDomain
Here’s a concept a lot of people can relate to: cruising around at night, just blasting music with no clear destination. It’s soothing and relaxing, something that Krizz Kaliko captures well on “Night Time.” Perfect song to ride to. Son Of Sam is out now and more than worth picking up for a complete album that ranks up with some of the best releases of the year. Previously: Video: Krizz Kaliko – W.A.N.S. (We All Need Sex) Follow @SermonsDomain
Sometimes, there’s whiskey. Sometimes, we drink with a beautiful woman. Sometimes, things happen. That thing is depicted in “W.A.N.S,” a tale of the importance of sex done in a Country music fashion. As with any Krizz Kaliko visual, expect some quality work that further brings the lyrics to life in a way that makes sense. Son Of Sam is available now. Previously: Review: Krizz Kaliko – Son Of Sam Follow @SermonsDomain
Once you put the battery in Krizz Kaliko’s back, he’s been unstoppable. Sure, Son Of Sam is his fifth studio album since 2007, but it seemed like his consistency has increased 100% in the last year, particularly since Kicking & Screaming. There’s been countless videos for both of those albums, his Neh’Mind EP and a slew of tours. All this combined created a much more demand for Kali in almost every aspect. Now that the ball is rolling fast, Son Of Sam has a lot of expectation to live up to, something that the mutli-faceted rapper/singer can certainly do.