The Five Kings

July 1st, 2005
by Thomas Tomczyk

[private] Single Life

until the end of the world it’s the same old song
why we never know what we got until it’s gone
why we wait tell our love once die to see it’s wrong
why the never show you love because you a thug
same thing that a saw when my got shot
family that never spoke crying over his box
when you die why the act like the love you a lot
shedding tears on your coffin talking bout how the want to
hug you and kiss you
now that you talking bout how the miss you
it makes you wonder why life’s so rough
why the things that happen is so mess up
only thing a could do is just bust my rhyme and pray to god
that a never have to buss my nine
i write songs about life so i could release my mind
i am stress out thinking bout probably what’s the best route
its hard living life when it’s so much drama so much pain
loses aint much to gain when you looking for the sun and all
you find is the rain
it makes me want to scream out at the top of my lungs
take i look at our life look at what we become

chorus
so many mothers crying so many people dying
it really makes me wonder what’s the use in trying
keeping up with this life and struggle
cause life is a painful hustle
every bodies asking questions
no body has the answer.

The King Squad: Baby C (Clint Arnold Forbes)- freestyle wrapper, Versatile (Adam Santos) -rapper and song writer, Big Chulo (Royce Anderson)- DJ, Krazy Legz (Elroy Levy)- singer and producer, Six One (Leonard Edward)- rapping and singing.

The King Squad: Baby C (Clint Arnold Forbes)- freestyle wrapper, Versatile (Adam Santos) -rapper and song writer, Big Chulo (Royce Anderson)- DJ, Krazy Legz (Elroy Levy)- singer and producer, Six One (Leonard Edward)- rapping and singing.

King Squad debuted on Stereo Mar’s “Chulo Show” in 2003. Soon after, Big Chulo became the band’s DJ and this year Adam Santos, rapper and song writer from Bronx, New York, joined the group.

The group’s first album, “Roatan’s Finest,” was released in October 2004. The album’s big hit, “Spanish Fly,” received an all island following and helped to create the King Squad’s fan base.

Now the five artists are working on their second album due out in September. They plan to re-release one song from the first album: “Remember the Name,” that the group believes needs more exposure.

There is energy and originality in the band’s lyrics that deal with the reality of island life. Freestyle rapping, using your creativity by rapping whatever that comes into the head, is a specialty of Baby C’s. In fact every member of the band brings some unique element to the band. With keyboards creating base the King Squad produces its original Hip Hop and R&B sound.

“We want to be the first international artists out of Roatan,” said Levy. The group is on its way to just that. King Squad has its first Honduran tour set-up for July and August. They plan on playing in clubs in San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa and La Ceiba.

The group is aware of its weak points and works on improving them. “Our production needs a little perfecting. We make sure we stay consistent,” said Levy. [/private]

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