|King Los Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||March 23, 1982|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
King Los is an American rapper, songwriter, musician, and lyricist. His discography consists of albums, mixtapes, extended plays, and tracks such as G5: Certified Fly, 2 Seconds From Greatness, Welcome to Swaggsville, Zero Gravity, The Louis Vuitton Gift Pack, G5.2, Worth the Wait, Becoming King, Broken Silence (with Mark Battles), I Am Not A Industry Plant, Zero Gravity II, G.O.A.T. Tape, G.O.A.T. Tape 2, 410 Survival Kit, Moor Bars, 4 Peace Nugget, War (ft. Marsha Ambrosius), Ghetto Boy, Glory to the Lord (ft. R. Kelly), Only One of Me, Can’t Fade Us (ft. Ty Dolla $ign), and God, Money, War.
King Los, Los
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Rapper, Songwriter, Musician, Lyricist
RCA Records, Yung Fly Movement, After Platinum, Interscope Records, 88 Classic, Bad Boy Records
6 ft or 183 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
King Los has dated –
- LoLa Monroe – He has been romantically involved with Ethiopian rapper, musician, model, and actor LoLa Monroe. She revealed on December 25, 2012, that the duo was expecting a child together. Subsequently, they were blessed with a son named Brixton Royal Coleman in March 2013.
Race / Ethnicity
King Los Facts
- He was in high school when he started writing in order to cope with his father’s death. The main subject of his compositions used to focus on his father’s murder.
- On December 5, 2011, King Los released the mixtape The Crown Ain’t Safe and it featured guest appearances by artists like Lola Monroe, Jazze Pha, DMX, Kid Ink, Twista, and XV.
- P. Diddy announced to MTV on February 6, 2012, that King Los had been signed to Bad Boy Records.
- He released his mixtape Becoming King on April 25, 2013, via Bad Boy Records. It garnered generally positive reviews from the critics and XXL gave the mixtape a positive review saying, “There are heartfelt tales touching on his family, love for music and the trials and tribulations of life. As usual, Los’ strongest asset is an ability to deliver vivid imagery through lyrics and a captivating flow[…] Lyrically…the mixtape is a continuation of the verbal assaults he’s known for.”
- In March 2014, King Los revealed that he was leaving Bad Boy Records and Interscope and later told MTV, “I’ve chose to explore other endeavors just like my mentor; just like Puff.”
- His mixtape titled Zero Gravity II was released on March 24, 2014, and it included songs like Don’t Get In My Way (ft. Royce Da 5’9 and Shanica Knowles), Creator /Intro Hitmaka (ft. Yung Berg and Fred the Godson), Woke Up Like This, All On Me, Only Nigga Left, Trap House, Everybody Ain’t Kings (ft. Kobe and Devin Cruise), But You Playin’ (ft. Fred The Godson Mario and Lola Monroe), F*ck the Club (ft. Lil Al B), I Don’t Give a F*ck, Play Too Rough, Fake Niggas Died (ft. Yung Berg), Me Too (ft. Kid Ink and Jeremih), Do Somethin’ (ft. Devin Cruise and Que), Bar Mitzvah (ft. Yung Berg), and others.
- On June 23, 2015, King Los released his debut studio album titled God, Money, War via After Platinum Records, 88 Classic, and RCA Records. It consists of songs such as War (ft. Marsha Ambrosius), Ghetto Boy, God Money War, Lil Black Boy, Black Blood (ft. Isaiah Rashad and Kent Jamz), Glory to the Lord (ft. R. Kelly), Can’t Fade Us (ft. Ty Dolla Sign), Blame It on the Money, To Be Honest (ft. Khalil and Mele Monroe), Balance Is Good (ft. Lola Monroe), Slave (ft. Eskeerdo), King (ft. P. Diddy and Mark Battles), and others. The album debuted at #68 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Featured Image by LoLa Monroe / Instagram