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Lil Robs New Mixtape Quick Review

If you didnt know, Lil Rob released a mixtape a few days ago called “Everything To Me”. Its another classic Lil Rob release that gives his fans the sound that has made him popular. With over many different types of beats, Rob shows his versatility how he changes up his style, flow and subjects. A few of my favorite tracks are “Lil Somethin For Ya”, which he goes in on a classic oldie beat. Another one is “Brown Eyed Girl Remix” with Royalty and Carlitos. I heard the original song on different radio stations around the country and Rob killed this remix. Chillaxin is another dope track that Lil Rob did that I was really feelin…Rob always complimented Oldie Beats with his style and he went to his classic sound with this one.

Lil Rob – Everything To Me is another dope CD…bottom line is, that if your a Lil Rob fan, this is a must have.



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Summer nights with JD!

Hey what’s up this is Jaime with Urban Kings and i want to introduce you guys to a new series of postings. I’ll be calling it Summer nights with JD, which is me, and ill be posting some oldie jams that i personally like. I’ll be posting at least 1 song a week or even 4. They won’t all be oldies but for sure they will be from the past. I just want to share my extensive knowledge of music to you guys, the FANS. On some songs i will be posting the link to our online store so you can purchase, others will be just be songs for you guys to enjoy. Over all these are the songs that i listen to while I’m either preparing for the next release or for the next big meeting. It allows me to think back to the good Ol’ Days that i can only imagine since i wasn’t there to experience them. I will start my first post with I’m Just An Average Guy by The Masqueraders which is a song that i was blown away when i first heard it.

Song is taken from this album which has alot more classic rare hits. You can view it by clicking here

Remembering Lillian Sneed – Norwalk Records

Virgina Chavez, Lillian Sneed, Vince Chavez

Norwalk Records Store

Inside Norwalk Records

The entire Urban Kings Music Group family would like to send our most deepest apologies to Ms Lillian Sneed. Ms Sneed passed away last week at the age of 82 years young. Lillian has been a huge part of music, owning and operating one of the biggest record shops around, not just in Southern California, but nationally. Lillian has built Norwalk Records, and made the shop known for its hard to find Oldies and R & B.

Norwalk Records has been around for over 50 years, established in 1965, and managed to stay in its original location. Lillian was very bright and had a great memory. Customers would go into her store, say a few lines from a song, or hum the melody, and Lillian was able to find the song, even if it was on a compilation album. We all respect Lillian not only for her being an exceptionally lovely person, but because what she has done for our local music community.

Many people didn’t know this, but Lillian also owned and operated a record store before Norwalk Records, which was called Auction City Records, with her first husband Arthur Walker, which was located at an open air carnival on the streets of Studebaker Road and Firestone Blvd. Richard Sneed first worked with Lillian and her husband at Auction Records in 1959, but left in 1965 when he joined the military and went to Vietnam. Richard returned after she divorced Walker and together they opened Norwalk Records on Firestone Boulevard.

Norwalk Records first started as an inventory of records, from 45 RPM singles and 33-1/3 albums, to the then new 8 track tapes. From 8 tracks then came cassette tapes, then eventually to CDs. Norwalk carried all types of music, from Oldies, R & B, Funk, Old School, Latin, Hip Hop, Rap, Soul, and more. Norwalk was also a huge supporter of independent local artists, giving artists an outlet and a chance to have their music sold at Norwalk Records.

“This place is iconic”, said Johnny Estrada,50, of Whittier, who ha shopped at the store since 1972. “There isn’t any other store like this, especially in the Chicano culture, It is the only place to find the Oldies and R & B, which we grew up listening to, and Lillian had the songs before they were hits on the radio”.

There will be a public viewing for Lillian at 2 P.M on January 5th at Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in Cypress, California. She will always be known as “The Queen of Norwalk Records”. Ms Lillian Sneed is survived by her husband, Richard, her children William Walker and Diana Jean Conenna, Six Grandchildren, and Three Great Grandchildren.

Sad Girls Club Coming Soon

I know everyone is amped up about the upcoming album by Urban Kings artist Ms Krazie. Sad Girls Club is going to be another instant classic CD that will be featuring some really emotional, heart felt tracks by Ms Krazie. I have heard a few songs, and they are even better then what you think. The album is coming out amazing, and its going to be crazy when Ms Krazie hits the road again on her tour to perform some of these songs. Make sure to stay posted to our website and facebook for more information.

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Congratulations Ms Krazie

The Urban Kings Music Group Staff would like to congratulate our artist and friend Ms Krazie and her husband on the brand new addition to her family. She had a beautiful baby girl and is resting comfortably. Congratulations to her on her new daughter!


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