Listen Up: K-Rino's "Holla at Me"

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Here’s a new video from K-Rino. Great song and video. This guy is on a whole other level, and it’s a shame he didn’t get more shine in the big H-Town rap boom of 2005. Hell, after 20 years of steady, even expanding genius, I think they should put a statue of the man on the corner of M.L.K. and Bellfort.

At any rate, if any of you ever get shit from New Yorkers and other such critters saying all we rap about down here is drank, bank and whips, send them this video:

Or this one from 2006:

Maybe in an alternate universe, the one where Phi Slamma Jamma beat N.C. State and where referees aren’t fooled by flopping Utah Jazz-men, these songs are number one on the charts. It’s a shame they aren’t here. – John Nova Lomax

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