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Written by Logan Woodard
If you’re fans of artists such as Mozzy, Boobie Black, Philthy Rich, or Uzzy Marcus, then you should be no stranger to Salt Lake City native Agustist King. A week ago, we were blessed with his new video Fourth Of A Key; an ode to a young rapper’s odyssey to greatness and learning from one’s past experiences, traumas, and mistakes. “I put the money back in the streets, I hope the feds don’t do a sweep, I've fed a bunch of families,” Agustist raps with credence. The video, simple in its nature, finds its way to reveal the dedication Agustist has for not only hip-hop, but from where he has grown up and who was able to push him there. It reflects a rapper taking on multiple roles; not just a creative or businessman, but a man of the people, a voice.
In the recent years, we’ve seen steady and strong projects rise out of King, having recently worked with artists such as Mozzy and Philthy Rich. His last LP, titled Growing Pains, features a wide range of production and artists. We’ve also seen a distribution deal in the works through Empire, with the creation of his own label 5th & 7th. With the creation of this label and pulling from his latest projects, Agustist is on his way to dropping his upcoming project HEAVY IS THE HEAD, which is going to feature West Coast legend Kokane. Fourth Of A Key is the striking and sturdy single leading up to his newest album and we can’t wait to see what he’s able to pull off next. Be sure to check out the new video for Fourth Of A Key below and go browse the No Jumper Blog for some new heat.
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