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Out The Box – Picasso – Watch Now

Here is a next official Out The Box episode, Presented by Urban Kings in association with Lineage Entertainment. This is episode is number 6 from the series and stars Quincy Ndekwe in his show called “Picasso”. Its a really dope episode and one of a kind in the series. Its about a man that gives everything to a woman, when he has nothing to give. His love sends him into a confusion over the lies, but yet he can’t seem to let her go. Make sure to watch the video above and support Urban Kings, Lineage Ent and Quincy for his brand new episode of Out The Box!

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Baby Jokes – She Used To Be My Sidekick – Single

Here is a favorite song of mine, that Urban Kings has turned into a single. It is from Baby Jokes and the song is called “She Used To Be My Sidekick” and features Jasper Loco. Its a dope song that was taken from his album “Life On The Streets“. It’s a really dope album, and we even had released a music video for it, directed by Echosworld. The music video already has over 532,000 views on youtube! Since then, Baby Jokes, now known as Richard Cabral, has been featured in movies and television shows. The album is currently part of the Urban Kings “Analog Vs Digital Campaign”, which makes all UKMG CDs just $7.99 (Only from our website!). The song is available now on iTunes, and can be downloaded 24/7. Make sure to download it and support!

Baby Jokes ft. Jasper Loco – She Used To Be My Sidekick – Music Video

Ms Krazie Is Doing Great

We just want to give an update to the fans that UKMG Artist Ms Krazie is doing well after having baby Vladimir and they are both doing well. Krazie and Vladimir are resting comfortably and are both very happy. Here is an updated picture of the newest addition to Urban Kings, and our staff and artists wish Ms Krazie the best and cant wait to hear the song she will dedicated to Vladimir.

Ms. Krazie Inspired Tattoo

These are pictures of Rudy’s first tat. It says “Smile Now Cry Never” inspired by Ms. Krazies album tittle.

Shout outs to Rudy for submitting this!

If you have any pics you’d like us to post email us at urbankings4@gmail.com


Inscribed Street Scriptures Interview by Fiesty 2 Guns


Fiesty 2 Guns came in on Monday  to sign the posters, so you guys can have a freshly autographed posters to hang up. We did an interview while he was here to talk about his album Street Scriptures. He even signed some cds. We had him signing as much as we could. If you guys still want to get an autographed poster you guys still have a good chance of making that a possibility.

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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.

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