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[ Video ] Verbiage, “King Of Kings”

Maryland rapper-producer Verbiage presents the Nimi Hendrix-directed music video for “King Of Kings”, the Anom The Phenom-produced single from his new EP Inflection Point. Trained in classical piano since age five, Verbiage has produced for J Hood, Young Buck, Rich Boy and Yukmouth. Verbiage’s first release, 2012’s My Life In Syntax, featured Verbiage rhyming exclusively over Jay-Z instrumentals. Anom The Phenom produces four tracks on Inflection Point, whose title is a mathematical term to convey significant change. “King of Kings was the original title that Anom gave the track, so I just played off of that feel because it was exactly how the track sounded< ” says Verbiage. “An epic, I’m-here-and-y’all-are-gonna-know-that-I’m-here type of deal. I play on that concept throughout the song as well; adaptation, and moving forward with my plans of making an indent in the music industry.”


Inflection Point EP at soundcloud.com/whatheverb/sets/inflection-point-ep
TheVerbiage.com | Twitter [@whatheverb]

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brandonw • June 27, 2013

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