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KOTA the Friend – Lyrics To GO Ep. 5: MOMMA Freestyle [Video]

March 31, 2017 by

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KOTA comes with the fifth installment of his video series “Lyrics To GO“. KOTA flows perfectly over the Kendrick Lama MOMMA instrumental. This is Lyrics To Go Episode 5!

KOTA the Friend – Lyrics to Go Ep. 4: WAVES [Video]

March 23, 2017 by

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KOTA comes with the fourth installment of his video series “Lyrics To GO“. KOTA flows perfectly over the Joey Bada$$ x Freddie Joachim WAVES instrumental. This is Lyrics To Go Episode 4!  

KOTA The Friend – Lyrics TO GO [Video] + The WAY [Song]

December 31, 2016 by

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KOTA comes with the first installment of his new series “Lyrics To GO” where he raps a thoughtful 16 bar verse while the lyrics pop up on the screen. This is Lyrics To Go Episode 2! KOTA teams up with producer Origami to create a smooth track about trying to find ones path in life. KOTA also speaks about fatherhood as he awaits his unborn child.

KOTA The Friend – Lyrics TO GO #1 [Video]

November 27, 2016 by

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KOTA comes with the first installment of his new series “Lyrics To GO“. Each episode will feature KOTA rapping a 16 bar verse over a self produced track.  

KOTA The Friend – Palm Tree Liquor [EP]

July 29, 2016 by

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KOTA takes us on a journey through the mind of a depressed youth desperately seeking refuge in a place that seems hopeless with this new project. He tells the story of a young man dealing with alcoholism, depression, cynicism and trust issues. In this 9 track EP KOTA takes self reflection to the next level. The project features only […]

KOTA The Friend – Stoop Kid [Song]

May 16, 2016 by

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KOTA brings us a self self produced track entitled “Urban Legend (Stoop Kid)”. In this mellow track KOTA speaks on all of the people in the old neighborhood that never seem to find a way out and feel trapped in the small bubble that is Brooklyn.

Kota the Friend – Island Man ft. Blu [Song]

March 18, 2016 by

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In this new cut premiered by XXL KOTA & BLU detach themselves from society and become far removed from the drama that can easily drag a person down. Here is “Island Man“.