Kottonmouth Kings Release Official Video for “Walk The Line”

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Placentia, CA based psych/hip hop group Kottonmouth Kings have released a new music video for “Walk The Line” featuring C4mula from their deluxe edition album Krown Power, that is out now via United Family Music/Capitol Records. “Walk The Line” is a pulse thumping track about getting through the tough parts of life. You can check out the video below!

The track features underground rapper C4mula who knows all about hard times and walking the line. According to OC Weekly “the list of near-death experiences he has racked up at the ripe old age of 29 is pretty astounding. Flipping over in cars in two separate accidents, the victim in a malicious hit and run outside of Malone’s in Santa Ana, having multiple guns pulled in his face, surviving a nearly lethal bout of alcoholism—all that barely covers half of it.”

Nearly 20 years ago, Kottonmouth Kings’ popularity began when word spread about their unique and original style that came to be known as “Rip-Hop”. Over the years, this iconic group has built a huge fan base who feel inspired by their lifestyle, their music and their fashion. The group released their first full-length album on United Family Music Group, their new label founded by KMK front man, Brad “Daddy X” Xavier.


About Kottonmouth Kings

On Aug 14, 2012 The Kottonmouth Kings released their most prolific and smashing record to date, Mile High. It includes 18 certified bangers that will cement the Kottonmouth Kings legacy, as one of the most influential and underrated groups of our time. Mile High is the Kottonmouth Kings on steroids with a twist of ecstasy and a pot brownie! The sonics and bass alone on Mile High will blow speakers from coast to coast! So buy stock in speaker companies, if you need some investment tips. Mile High has the Kings passing the mic around like the Harlem Globetrotters pass a basketball. There is not a group on the planet that can rival what the Kottonmouth Kings have pulled off! Mile High will have music snobs down on their knees, wiping semen from their cheeks. You will find no traces of tight jeans or trendy indie trash!

The Kings are an independent music force! The Kings are seasoned vets ready to storm troop the music industry like Navy Seal Team 6 raiding Osama Bin Laden’s compound! The Kings are here to take no prisoners and make no apologies. The Kings have never stopped pounding and smashing for over 15 years. What other group of our generation has done more collectively and as a unit? What other group releases as much prolific solo and group material. It is high time to recognize that the Kottonmouth Kings are not some novelty weed act – but one of the most intensely original and profound groups of our generation. Don’t take our word for it – go to a show and you will see thousands of people lose their fucking minds every time the Kings hit the stage.

It all started seventeen years ago, deep in the suburbs of Southern California, in the aftermath of a punk rock & hip hop revolution – an unlikely group of stoned misfits formed a musical partnership that would ignite an entire generation of weed loving, free thinking, bass bumping, rip hop junkies. KMK has become one of the worlds most radical and savagely independent underground musical forces. KMK is fine flying under the radar – the Kings have dug underground tunnels that most people don’t even know exist. KMK is responsible for creating one of the most intense and largest subculture movements in modern times, as well as connected millions of Kings and Kweens worldwide. “Mile High” finds the Kings Flying high delivering lyrical gymnastics over a sonic sound-scape that defies anything else happening in music today!

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