Midget Loco’s album Dedicated To The Ogs won’t be out till the summer time (somewhere around there, don’t quote me lol) but that don’t mean you can’t have his released song “Sunday High”. This April 15 download Sunday High at itunes and if you want to make your own remix you can download the instrumental as well. This 15th lands on this Friday!!! (got something to get once you get your paycheck). If you haven’t heard his single Sunday High from the unreleased album check out the music video at Urban Kings TV.
PUSHED BACK TILL 4/22/11 ;)
Ms Krazie Performing At The Fiesta De Independecia Mexicana
Big Announcement!!! UKMG Artist Ms Krazie has just signed on to headline the Fiesta De Independencia Mexicana concert in Denver Colorado on Saturday, September 7th. This is Going to be a really dope concert, featuring Ms Krazie and the top talent in Colorado. This event will be all ages, and pre sale tickets will be available for only $25 and $30 at the door for General Admission. VIP will also be available and will also include Food, VIP Pass, Access To The VIP Room, Meet & Greet, Picture and Autograph! This event will be taking place at the Guadalajara Bar & Grill, 3700 Morrison Road, Denver Colorado. For more information and to buy tickets, you can call 720)626-1315. Doors will open at 7pm with show starting at 8:30pm!
Letter To My Felon
Today is Music Monday, and today I wanted to pick a song that was one of my favorites from our whole catalog. Ms Krazie always creates songs that are relatable, and she made this song for all the women who have, or had, a relationship with a man in jail. This song was put on the Urban Kings Street Anthems 3 CD, and its only available on the CD. It is not anywhere else, not even her own albums! Make sure to take a listen to the song, and order the CD. The CD is just $7.99 but only inside the The UKMG Merch Store!
Who Should Ms Krazie Pick?
Have you seen this post by Urban Kings Artist Ms Krazie? She is asking her fans who they want to hear on Ms Krazie’s upcoming album “Sad Girls Club” CD. She is gearing up to record her 5th solo album, and we already know its going to be a classic album. The album name is already announced, next is working on the music that the fans will love. Urban Kings will be posting this on Urban Kings Facebook Page to hear your answers and we also want to know who you want to hear on Ms Krazie’s album. Let us know!
Night Nurse Available August 21st on iTunes!!!
We wanna shout out our homegirl Carolyn Rodriguez aka Medicine Girl. She has a brand new album releasing this month, called Night Nurse. Medicine Girl has been performing with Texas biggest artists, like SPM, Rasheed, Juan Gotti, Lucky Luciano, Low G, Chingo Bling, and some non Texas artists like OG Kid Frost, Baby Bash, and shes also featured on our very own Ms Krazie’s new album “Forgive Not Forget”! Night Nurse will be available August 21st on iTunes so make sure to stay posted on this dope female singer! Keep Checking our site regular to see more info on Night Nurse! And Click Below to watch The Music Video For Night Nurse!!!!
R.I.P KDay – Again
Today we lost one of our favorites. The World Famous Radio Station KDAY has just been purchased by a Chinese on air format. Magic Broadcasting, which owned KDay and KDEY-FM (Ontario/Riverside) sold the station to RBC Communications in an agreement worth over $20 MILLION. Once the deal becomes official, the Mandarin Language Radio station could take over the airwaves in a few months. KDay became world famous by being the first hip hop/rap station, playing music by N.W.A, and Eazy E, as well as R & B and 80s Disco/Hi NRG. In 1991, KDay was sold to Fred Sands, who turned KDay into a business-oriantated radio station.
KDay returned to the airwaves in 2004. When KDay started again, it played continuous, with no commercials and no radio personalities. Once word began to spread that KDay was back, the station wasted no time in hiring some influential djs like Julio G, The Baka Boys and Yoyo. From 2007 to 2009, KDay has been inconsistent with its “Hip Hop Today and Back In The Day” slogan being changed many times throughout a short two year period. Although playing more R & B and contemporary music, KDay was still a station that was playing old school hip hop, and continued that format from 2010 through the sale of 2013. Unfortunately, it was a little too late, as ratings began to slip beyond repair. KDay, we will wait again until you can return and hopefully be represented the correct way!