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The Visit – Urban Kings Movie Review

Yesterday, Urban Kings was invited for the special screening of the movie The Visit, the newest movie by M Night Shyamalan, creator of The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and Signs. We got to the screening, checked in, got our wristbands, posters, and raffle tickets, and found our seats. Going into the movie, I was a little skeptical about the movie, since the past M Night movies haven’t been so great (to me). But The Visit had really surprised me. It was not only just a scary movie, but Shyamalan added different elements to the movie, bringing a warp twisted comedy styling to pair up with the horror film. And the formula worked for me.

The story follows a brother and sister traveling to their grand parents house to spend the week with them while their mother goes on a trip. They have never seen each other due to their mother and grandparents relationship, or lack of one. The kids get picked up at the train station and they start to notice that their grandparents are not the typical grandparents. Their behavior is odd and starts to get even weirder as time passes. Until they realize what exactly is going on, then going even further into the story to find out the meaning behind the trip.

The story is shot through two cameras the kids use, seeing everything they want you do see, as they are filming a documentary about meeting their grandparents for the first time, and seeing the house and town their mother was raised in. It had the audience interaction with many “ohhhh’s” and “noooo’s” and screams thoughout the film. I thought it was among the top M Night Shyamalan movies, along with Sixth Sense and Signs, and I would give it an overall B- rating.

The Visit releases on September 11th, 2015 at theaters nationwide.

Midget Loco & MC Magic Concert and Review

We told you this was going to be a really good concert, and we were right! UKMG Artist Midget Loco performed with MC Magic for a great concert in Montebello, California last Saturday Night. Midget Loco and MC Magic did another dope dope show. It was a packed concert and everybody had a good time. Rocky Padilla and Cory Silva performed, Steel Bangin Musick performed, so did Biggz, Artie Boi and MC Frankie Firme. Also Chino Brown came out as a surprise guest, as well as Miss Lady Pinks. We found some pictures that Midget took at the event, so you can see how the vibe was! Midget also told me that he might be performing again very soon, so to know more about that, keep our blog posted! To book Midget Loco or any Urban Kings artist, Click Here!!

Midget Loco – MC Magic – Miss Lady Pinks – Shady Boy

Concert Was Turned Up Backstage

Slush Tha Villain – Out On Bail – Album Review

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This is an official OG GOOFI review of the Urban Kings Music Group release of Slush Tha Villains “Out On Bail” album. He gives his insight, and breaks down the album into different categories, such as lyrics, beats, originality and more! Below is the first single from Slush’s Out On Bail album, called “All I Know”.

Slush Tha Villain – All I Know – Taken From Out On Bail

Slush Tha Villain – Out On Bail – Album Review

Here is the first review of the year done by OG Goofi for an Urban Kings Music Group Artist. First up was Slush Tha Villains newest album “Out On Bail”. Goofi dissected this whole album, rating his system on Beats, Lyrics, Originality, and Overall album. Do you have the album yet and want to tell us about it? Do you want to write a review for Slush Tha Villains “Out On Bail” album and it be on the Urban Kings website FOREVER? Complete with your Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and/or website? All you gotta do is click on CONTACT US on the top right of our website, and click on Submit Pic, then send us your picture, along with your name, info and social sites, and then write your review on the Out On Bail album. Its easy, fast, fun and we will also make a main post on our blog shouting you out and showing everyone that  you support UKMG. You might even win some FREE Stuff here and there! You never know, rewards come to those who least expect it!

Slush Tha Villain – Out On Bail Album Review – By OG Goofi

Slush Tha Villain – Out On Bail – Album Review

Here is the first review of the year done by OG Goofi for an Urban Kings Music Group Artist. First up was Slush Tha Villains newest album “Out On Bail”. Goofi dissected this whole album, rating his system on Beats, Lyrics, Originality, and Overall album. Do you have the album yet and want to tell us about it? Do you want to write a review for Slush Tha Villains “Out On Bail” album and it be on the Urban Kings website FOREVER? Complete with your Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and/or website? All you gotta do is click on CONTACT US on the top right of our website, and click on Submit Pic, then send us your picture, along with your name, info and social sites, and then write your review on the Out On Bail album. Its easy, fast, fun and we will also make a main post on our blog shouting you out and showing everyone that  you support UKMG. You might even win some FREE Stuff here and there! You never know, rewards come to those who least expect it!

Midget Loco – Dedicated To The OG’s Review

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Midget Loco
Dedicated To The OG’s Album Review

by Marcos

Midget Loco’s “Dedicated To The OG’s” album has been highly anticipated by the public for quite a while now. I have heard snippets and samples of the album through official sneak peaks by Urban Kings and I was anxious for this album. I Pre-Orded the CD and it came with a PERSONALIZED Midget Loco Autographed Poster with my CD. That is something cool Urban Kings usually does for fans that Pre Order. I got the cd through www.youbuycds.com and put the CD in. First track is “Thirteen Letter” and its one of my favorites. Its mellow, feel good and just plain good song. It reminds me of a oldie song but with current day topics and real life situations. D Salas sang the chorus perfectly. The perfect song to cruise to. “Dedicated To The OG’s” is a complete album. With songs to ride to, some underground songs, some love songs, and songs that pump me up it gives me music for however my mood is. Another of my favorite songs from this album is “Aqui Estoy”. It pays homage to the old school chicano rap days but with a new twist and the lyrics are straight hip hop. “Sucka MC’s” is a great track as well, going back into the 80′s with the beat, but the lyrics are straight raw. A fan favorite if you like artists like Ice T, Beastie Boys Etc. On a side note, my B-Boy friends always break dance to the Sucka MCs song because its straight hip hop.I also really like the song “Gangster Love”. It became “our song” with my girl. The topic of “Anything For You” between 2 people with a Roger & Zapp feeling, its a love song that is really relatable. This is a classic feel good album, a rare thing when you can play a CD and let it play from beginning  to end without skipping any songs. I can not leave out the song “Sunday High”, I always play it while bbq’ing on those Sunday afternoons and the video for it is top notch. A fresh breath of air with great quality music and music video production. I definitely recommend this album to anyone who is a music lover.

Marcos