KCB is also featured on The Bob Belden Project (Blue Note/EMI), Tom Browne (HipBop Records), and Nkossi Konda (Freedom Zone). Recently he has collaborated with legendary instrumentalist LeRoy Hutson. LeRoy sought after KCB upon hearing the rapper's unique style of delivery on Us3's album Broadway & 52nd. On his first solo effort "The Stilettos EP", masterful wordplay and lyrical innovations are the meat and potatoes. The opening, and title track "Stilettos (Keep'em On)" is as sexy as it gets, as KCB professes his love of leggy women in fetish footwear. With thick layers of instrumentation provided by super producers Sinima (G-Unit) and Timeless (Common), KCB's in-your-face vocals and lyrical dexterity provide the perfect accompaniment.
"The Stilettos EP" is tightly produced, hook-laden album appealing to hip-hop, dance, pop, and strip club fans alike. To put it another way, KCB's "The Stilettos EP" takes you to a time where the party never ends. The premises packed, the dance floor is crowded, the music is loud, and plenty of lovely stiletto clad ladies on hand. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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