They say that pressure makes diamonds, and it’s crystal clear that the homie KNDRX is aware of this adage, as his latest single and video, the brief but super catchy Pressure, displays. Over a montage of dope performance footage, casual footage and hype session footage all cut together with slick and eye-catching editing, KNDRX drops bars about how his life, lifestyle and environment has shaped him into the man he is today, all over a powerful A Train beat. QNTM must be given his props for the work on this video, as it more than stands up to the high bar for quality that KNDRX has set for himself and has consistently met. Definitely check this one out as soon as possible, leave a like and a comment if you’re feeling it, and share it around!
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Cory Kendrix is starting to build a reputation as a stylistic chameleon. He’s always been known for dropping bars, but recently, he made a shift into KNDRX mode, which allowed him to explore the more melodic realms of his sound. I initially thought that this was an overall style shift, but I’ve come to find out that that was just foolish of me to assume, as Cory Kendrix seems to be prepping us for the release of Ignorance 2 by dropping a certified banger in the form of OMG. The beat is fire, the bars and delivery are on point, and the overall vibe sticks in your head, so much so that you’ll probably find yourself humming the track well after you’re done listening. You know the drill, people… share it, support it, and keep checking back here for more and more of that good stuff.
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Tagged chief, cory kendrix, ignorance 2, kndrx, LNS, lns crew, omg, the doomsday device
My man KNDRX has been clearly doing some serious soul searching during his time in Denver. He’s always been known for dropping bars that are brutally honest and introspective, but nowadays he’s evolving the presentation into something a bit more vulnerable in the best ways possible. In Pain, we find KNDRX questioning the nature of allowing himself to be completely open to someone whom he does not fully comprehend, but is nonetheless fascinated with. The video, directed by Chino Chase, more than matches the level of production and songwriting KNDRX brings to the table, resulting in a final product that all parties involved can be wholly proud of. This should definitely get KNDRX more attention… be sure to share this one around, give it a like, and drop a comment so he’ll be inspired to keep making high quality art.