Chino Grande – Chingo Bling – The Making Of Turn It Up

Urban Kings has a brand new video coming through, showing an exclusive behind the scenes look of UKMG Artist Chino Grande in the studio recording “Turn It Up” featuring Chingo Bling. We got these two dope artists together into the studio and they made a dope track. But fans get to see both Chino and Chingo creating the track, recording their verses, and even talking about the ideas and concepts making the verses. The video will be releasing This Friday, August 15th exclusively on! The song “Turn It Up” is taken from Chino Grande’s new album “Trust Your Struggle“, releasing tomorrow, August 13th!

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Secret Info About The Set For Life Show – Confidential

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Top Secret Information about the upcoming “Set For Life” Concert Presented by Urban Kings! Too secret to write, so you must watch! You must like our page on facebook to watch, so Like The Official Urban Kings Facebook!

Out The Box Releases Today – Watch The Commercial

Urban Kings along with Lineage Entertainment Group Present the brand new Out The Box episode. This brings the series to episode 5, and it stars Corina Calderon. I am really excited about the new show, and its called “Daddy”. When I watched the performance of this Out The Box episode, I felt the raw emotion and power of the content, the words and the feeling that was behind everything. It ranks high on my favorite Out The Box episodes, and this time, it gives a topic from the first featured female artist of the series. The Out The Box “Daddy” episode will premier TODAY,  September 4th at 7PM Pacific Time, exclusively on Urban Kings! Here is the official trailer for the upcoming show!

Out The Box – Daddy – Staring Corina Calderon

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Jasper Loco At The LA Dub Show

Jasper Loco & Burst Rock

Jasper Loco Posted Up With Some Japanese Fans

Jasper Loco & Supermodel Cadi Corinne

Troublesome, Baby G, Aja & Jasper Loco Posin For A Flick

Everyone who knows Jasper Loco personally, know hes always in the streets, at events, concerts, shows, kickbacks, bbqs and all that. Jasper went with a few of his friends to the Los Angeles Dub Show this past weekend and was mingling with many people who came to check out the cars, the women, the concert, and the scene. This was a big show this year featuring Akon, French Montana, Urban Kings homie Compton Menace, and more. Many fans and artists recognized Jasper, and soon Jasper was taking pictures, signing autographs, doing video drops and video interviews. Jasper always got love and respect for those who show him the same. Here are a few of his pictures that he took, and that people have tagged him on his Official Jasper Loco Facebook Fan Page! Make sure to pick up the new Charlie Row Campo album “California Boys”, which is available now at All FYE Locations, digitally downloadable through iTunes, and online at the The UKMG Merch Store.

Charlie Row Campo – Stop This Smoke For You – From California Boys

Old English Brand Comercial – Where The Clocks Dont Work

We have been posting that we made a whole new Old English Brand Commercial for our clothing company. And today is the day it will finally premier! It will be debuting today at 6pm Pacific Time/9pm Eastern Time and we cant be more ready to show the world what we do. We worked our regular day and the camera captured what we do. We outwork everybody, even our clocks. This is to show that we do what we do, for you. The video will be releasing at 6pm PACIFIC TIME (9pm EASTERN TIME) so make sure to check out our blog for the video!

2Mex Is Coming Back From This

When reached by phone, the first words out of 2Mex’s mouth are, “I’m gonna come back from this.” Then he quickly adds, “This shit is crazy.”

The underground hip-hop cult hero and KDAY radio host speaks from a hospital bed in San Bernardino, where he’s spent the last two weeks recovering from a near-fatal bout with diabetes. The medical staff says it’s a minor miracle that he’s alive, let alone without brain damage. Unfortunately, doctors couldn’t save his leg, amputating it just below the knee.

“I’ve got a crazy headache and leg pain, but I’ve already been doing light physical therapy,” says 2Mex, born Alejandro “Alex” Ocana Jr. “I’ll survive it. It’s gotten much better.”

Over the last two decades, few local artists have earned more love and respect than 2Mex. The Project Blowed veteran and co-founder of The Visionaries has collaborated with Busdriver, Murs and Nobody, released an album on Sage Francis’ Strange Famous imprint, and even been shouted out by Snoop Dogg on the song “My Peoples.”

So when the news broke about his condition, outpourings of support flooded social media. Within days, a GoFundMe campaign raised more than $30,000. Friends and family are hoping for $120,000 to cover Ocana’s medical costs for the next few years — including hospital care, physical therapy and a prosthetic limb, which can run from $7,000 to $40,000.

At the time he checked into St. Bernardine Hospital, Ocana numbered among the estimated 1.5 million L.A. County residents without health insurance. “I hadn’t had any health problems prior, but that’s no excuse. I should’ve been more conscious,” he says.

One morning late last month, the latent affliction became critical. The 43-year-old woke up with crippling pain and a foot swollen to the size of a football. He took anti-inflammatory pills until the condition became dire. His sister rushed him to the hospital, where doctors performed emergency.

“Before the amputation, the pain was so crazy that it felt like my spirit was leaving me,” Ocana says. “It was something dark … like I was trapped in the 1800s before modern medicine. I got to a place where I’d close my eyes and see souls looking at me, melting away.”

It’s difficult not to imagine Ocana channeling the intensity of his visions into his music, which has always been visceral and uncompromising. A 2Mex song can be gothic or political, sarcastic or sincere. He says that the first song he writes will be called “The Real Life of Pablo” — an apology dedicated to a diabetic friend whom he used to jokingly call lazy.

“All those years, I didn’t understand the diabetic condition, but now it’s been thrust upon me,” Ocana says.

For the moment, he continues his hospital recovery, which will be followed by a stint in a rehab facility. The goal is to be up and walking with a prosthetic leg in six months. Once his health has stabilized, Ocana plans to return to his music, podcast and 2Mex Hologram radio show.

He also wants to help educate others about diabetes — a minor hip-hop plague that also has affected Ghostface Killah, Boosie and the late Phife Dawg.

“People like myself have heard about diabetes over and over, but we still ignored it,” Ocana says. “We need to hit the youth on some scared-straight shit. It’s no joke. Since this incident, I’ve heard nothing but stories from fans about them losing their dad, their mom losing a leg. If I can help a single person avoid having to go through this, I’m down.”

You can donate to 2Mex’s GoFundMe at

-via laweekly


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