Since the ascent of Big Moe and Z-Ro, Houston has constantly esteemed tune in rap. Kirko Bangz is another rapper from the city who has constantly utilized his sweet performing voice further bolstering his good fortune. On “Movin Slow,” Kirko is quintessentially H-town, going up against a syrupy guitar circle and adding his R&B-arched tunes to the blend. The song, similar to the beat, manufactures and fortifies all through the track, and by the nearby it feels like one of his most grounded goes up against the style. It falls off Kirko’s as of late discharged Progression 17 mixtape – and don’t stress, you didn’t miss 12 volumes. For this situation, the 17 speaks to the year. His last portion in the arrangement returned the distance in 2014 with Progression V.
The venture takes after his two 2016 discharges Back Flossin and the Playa Made EP. He’s likewise been known to work with kindred Houston specialists, showing up on BeatKing’s “Keisha” remix in 2015, and also showing up on Slim Thug’s Welcome 2 Houston extend prior this year. Simply a month ago he showed up on Siya’s track “Houston Girls.”
You can tune in to Kirko’s full Progression 17 mixtape, highlighting generation from The Runners, Trakksounds, and Sound M.O.B., here. The venture includes no visitor appearances, and an assortment of both rap and R&B-inclining tracks. One thing that is predictable all through – it’s al fantastically Houston. That is something Kirko won’t be surrendering at any point in the near future.