Curtiss King returns with a fitting visual, directed by CB4TOS, for “Doorknobs,” King’s tribute to his mother.
With Mother’s Day around the corner, Curtiss King releases a heartfelt dedication in the shape of a track titled “Doorknobs” to his mother. The single features Faimkills and is produced by BK Beats.
While out crossing state lines on the Road To Paid Dues 2013 tour with Murs and more, Noa James drops the next official video off his upcoming album, The Adventures of Young Orca. “It’s The Common Ground” features fellow Black Cloud Music member Curtiss King, who is also on the same tour, and takes place during one of the many Sunday Hip-Hop concert nights in Riverside which goes by the same name “The Common Ground.” Pre-order The Adventures Of Young Orca here.
As King describes it:
A man in the middle of the desert has traveled from a long distance. However, judging by his clothing it is difficult to imagine just how long of a journey it has been. Clean cut in clean business attire, complimented by the biggest smile his face could find, it’s almost impossible to imagine just how much life has kicked him in the ass.
He stops for a brief period to tell his story about how he made it to this point and why he has no intentions to stop…..
Witness and listen to Curtiss King’s visual story for the Jansport J-produced “OhMyGod,” which serves as the third official music video release from his debut album, Atychiphobia (The Fear Of Failure).
Directed by Squeeze Williams
Kings & Queens is a touching documentary following Curtiss King‘s journey to this year’s Paid Dues. I remember how hard Curtiss campaigned to get on that stage. Much deserving! If the name Curtiss King is new to you, this is the perfect chance for you to get acquainted with the 90′s-inspired rap artist. His album, Atychiphobia: The Fear Of Failure, drops next Tuesday (Nov. 27th) on iTunes and in physical form. I’m personally looking forward to that.
Check out the album cover and tracklist after the jump
Oh, so I’m a month late on the remix? Oops. I love this Tae Beast-produced track by Curtiss King, “Ratchets Still Jockin’.” Now Glasses Malone and Hit-Boy have jumped on board for the remix. Listen to the purely West Coast lineup below.
As Curtiss King readies the release of his debut album Atychiphobia (The Fear Of Failure), he shares his new single “Hella Close” with all his fans and music lovers. Everyone and anyone chasing a dream can relate.
I’ve attended the Uptown Sound Clash event in Whittier before. The atmosphere is chill, laid back and the beer selection is pretty superb. They always have a great music lineup too and for their one-year anniversary, they’re bringing out the top dawgs. Ha, get it?
Black Cloud Music presents Curtiss King‘s second single “Fvck Cancer” off his debut album Atychiphobia (The Fear Of Failure).
Produced by Villain.
Curtiss King drops the official music video for his Tae Beast-produced single “Ratchets Still Jockin” off his forthcoming debut album, Atychiphobia – The Fear Of Failure.
Directed by BarzNArt.