KXNG Crooked
KXNG Crooked

KXNG Crooked

About KXNG Crooked

Long Beach, California rapper Kxng Crooked (born Dominick Wickliffe) made his debut in 1995 as Crooked I before joining the supergroup Slaughterhouse in 2009. In addition to releasing multiple mixtapes and EPs as Crooked I, Wickliffe appeared on five Slaughterhouse LPs and mixtapes with group mates Joe Budden, Royce da 5'9", and Joell Ortiz. On November 15, 2014, Wickliffe officially changed his stage name to Kxng Crooked, making his announcement during the unveiling of Shady Records' Shady XV compilation rollout. A month later, he released Sex, Money and Hip-Hop. In 2016, Wickliffe joined with producer Statik Selektah for the collaborative project Statik Kxng (Penalty/Showoff). Later that year, a second Kxng Crooked project arrived. Good vs. Evil included appearances by Just Blaze, Eminem, Xzibit, Tech N9ne, RZA, and more. A sequel followed a year later. The politically charged Good vs. Evil, Vol. 2: The Red Empire addressed the 2016 U.S. presidential election and police brutality on singles like "Truth (Why You Mad)" with Royce and "The MAGA Continues." ~ Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi

    Long Beach, CA
  • BORN
    September 23, 1978

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