Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Lo Keys Named In The Top 5 Underground Mc's

Mainstream hip-hop is without question important to the rap game, but it’s the underground artists who have a knack for pushing everyone to be better. Let me state that by no means does ‘underground’ discredit the level of talent an artist has, but rather displays the ‘presence’ they have in the ever-changing hip-hop hierarchy. Of course, it could also mean that these guys are simply the next in line to become the baddest holding the mic. Whether signed to an indie label, working with well-known names or simply killing the mic, these artists have made an incredible impact on 2012 so far.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Lo Keys Interview With

Meet Lo Keys. This North Carolina spitter isn't aspiring to re-create the proverbial hip-hop wheel, he's just focusing on perfecting it. In an age where the rap game is often times over-saturated with artists and material, Lo Keys is ameliorating a paradigm and approach to his music that is not only innovative and original, but also ingenious. Distinctiveness is the operative word when describing his craft. His flow, delivery, and writing approach is so vastly divergent that each track, mixtape, or any other material he releases supplants his previous. LK makes songs for the clubs, ladies, weed heads, backpackers, hipsters, OG's, and everyone in between. He's a punch-line rapper, a story teller, a party starter, and a concise lyricist. His music displays a demonstrative outlay and in-depth look into a life he currently lives, the metamorphosis of his work, and the end result of the legacy in hip-hop he is aspiring to cultivate. Lo Keys remains humble and grinding, letting his assortment of works do the boasting for him. It's A Rap had the opportunity to talk with the NC native and being from a region that is spasmodically overlooked, he is on the cusp of making a sizable impact on the game and soon Lo Keys presence will be anything but low key. View The Rest Of The Interview Here

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Lo Keys Featured In Hip Hop Weekly Magazine

Hip Hop Weekly Magazine Does A Featured Write Up On Lo Keys In The IndieGrind Spotlight Section Of The Magazine. Jay Z And Rihanna Cover The Magazine With The Headline "Trouble At The Roc!?" Available Worldwide On News Stands Everywhere.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Lo Keys Labeled As Number One Breakthrough Artist In The Carolina's

2011 was a huge year for the Lo Keys brand. Only meaning 2012 holds bigger things in store. Wrapping up 2011 Lo Keys achieved these accolades to add to his list of accomplishments in the music game.

Nanci O Labeled Lo Keys Number One Carolina Artist To Watch In 2012

She Bloggin Labeled Lo Keys Her Number One Breakthrough Artist Of 2011

Nanci O Places Lo Keys "The Green Hornet" Mixtape In The Top 10 Carolina Releases Of 2011