K-Nite 13 – The Drawing Board | Album Review


K-Nite 13 is somewhat of a hidden gem in the UK Hip Hop scene. Whilst his name may not saturate radio playlists or appear at the beginning of every track, his presence is most certainly felt on everything he produces. Not merely remaining behind the boards, K-Nite is also pretty capable with the mic. Whether he’s more Kanye than Pete Rock (when it comes to producers spitting) remains to be seen, however The Drawing Board is where all have been summoned to catch a sample of his first outing.

Following on from an intro which only wrestling fans would really understand (an audio clip of an infamous Iron Sheik interview) “Miracle Worker” opens the studio door to K-Nite’s world of samples, beats and hungry rappers. Big Cakes offers a slice of the realness on “Miracle Worker” with direct bars and aggression. Read more >>

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