Showing posts with label Hip Hop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hip Hop. Show all posts

Nov 5, 2013

Download Mixtapes by M.A. Cee-Kings

Whats good my peoples? I know I haven't been keeping The MACK Report up to date, and my apologies. I have a lot on my plate, but I am going to start posting and sharing more of what is going on with me and The GrynDE Hawse Family. I appreciate everyone that supports and continues to support M.A. Cee-Kings and my music, as well as my other endeavors. NEXT--->

There are a lot of folks that know me and what I do. On the other hand, there are a lot of you that who don't. As a person I'm cool with that. I'm kind of the private type. I'm more introverted. As an artist I'm always looking for listeners. I can't get enough. I'm out here! SO--->


I put all these mixtapes out before the end of 2011. The Man and the Machine was the last official mixtape I dropped in December of that year. Before that was The Poltergeist Mixtape, and before that The Open Case Mixtape LP. I dropped another mixtape called The Open Case Poltergeist Mashed Up Mixtape, which was a blend of the 2. Below the covers are the links to DOWNLOAD from DatPiff



(No DeeJay Edition)


Sep 15, 2013

M.A. Cee-Kings Imma eMCee Verse LIVE From The Basement!


Check out this video of me spitting the first verse and hook of a joint I wrote and produced called Imma eMCee
Check out the FULL SONG on the 
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M.A. Cee-Kings Crooklyn Freestyle ( LIVE From The Basement)

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Apr 6, 2013

M.A. Cee-Kings - Came To Party (Cover Art)


Came To Party  COMING SOON!

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It's not a rumor. - M.A. Cee-Kings

Check out this footage of me (M.A. Cee-Kings) , the GrynDE Hawse Family, and friends in the studio as I record Came To Party featuring Monet Calloway & NeyWil. 
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New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - Pardon Me


Check out this joint I did over Rick Ross' Amsterdam called Pardon Me. I wrote this joint because I felt like trash rappers get all the shine while the lyricists struggle to bubble. I've tried to make nothing but super dope lyrical rhymes and records since day one of me falling in love with this hip hop sh*t, and to hear sub par and below rappers get acclaim for the not sh*t they be saying urks a n*gga. 

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Feb 21, 2013

New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - "Extra-Ordinary Gentleman" (Video)


Check out this video of me rhyming this joint called Extra-Ordinary Gentleman over an Alicia Keys "Unbreakable" cover.  Let me know what you think! Comment below.


Nov 9, 2012

New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - "Bring You Along"

It's like a movie how I flow. A 'n*gga "Bring You Along".  For real I'm on my eMCee sh*t! Whether right or I'm wrong you feel the truth in my poems. Play the jump.

Rewind: M.A. Cee-Kings - " Money In Da Bank"

M.A. Cee-Kings - "Money In Da Bank"

The cover is the intro.

New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - "Flow Of Silence"

M.A. Cee-Kings - "Flow Of Silence"
The booth got me fans....I ain't worried bout my critics. Thats's my word. "Flow Of Silence".

Nov 8, 2012

New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - "She Made Me Love Her"

M.A. Cee-Kings - "She Made Me Love Her"

Over 7 billion people on the planet. More than half are women but there is one that will make you fall in love with her no matter what you do to stop it. This song is dedicated to the hers around the world. This song is dedicated to her. "She Made Me Love Her".

Oct 14, 2012

New Music: M.A. Cee-Kings - "Imma eMCee"

If you been tired of trash rap and non-sense lyrics then I wrote "Imma eMCee" for you. This ain't for the radio heads that bop to ear worm tunes. This for my hip hoppers! For the young spitters coming that need to know that you can say what they feel and not get caught up in the industry. For every eMCee that ever ripped it down with a microphone and moved the crowd. The Mic Champions! I did this for us! Please Share and Buy a copy for each one of your gadgets on either Bandcamp or Google Play! 

Apr 1, 2012

M.A. Cee-Kings: The Music Industry and Me


I don't know exactly where this will end up but I felt compelled to write this because of some new things I have been learning. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter you probably have seen my posts or tweets about the music industry as of late. Re-evaluting my position as to how important is it for me to BLOW UP! Always been a dream of mine to be recognized on the worlds stage. As a youth its all glitter and gold. It looks good. Then as an adult you learn about what it takes, or rather what others have done to "ascend" to their positions of fame and wealth it becomes a bit more cloudy. It's like looking at a glass of clear water and someone pouring milk in the glass the more you learn. Oddly, the truth becomes clear..not because the milk clouds your vision..its now your able actually to see what was never there. By my own admissions I have said that I have them "dark forces" in me. I haven't sold my! What I mean is I have been apart of some things not of the light so to speak. The streets etc... Just so happens at this time I feel I'm being tested. I feel like I have to choose sides. The crazy part is all I ever wanted to do is make music. Now it feels like the wrong choice will haunt me forever.

M.A. Cee-Kings

Update: November 26, 2013

Looking through my old posts and I came across this. I had forgot that I had wrote it, but ironically enough I am still in almost the same spot. I’ve learned even more about the industry and its dealings. The road ahead has revealed itself to be even more hazardous to navigate. If that glass of water was real back in April 2012,  I would have a glass full of milk by now. All the water would have been displaced. Sh*t real, but so is my dream. So I’ve just decided to make music and let the rest be history. I have a price that I am not willing to pay. Would I still like to blow up? Hell yeah. Who wouldn’t? I rhyme because I love it, but to get paid millions of dollars to rap my songs would be a bonus. I’m with that. This whole thing is about family for me now. To build something that will secure the financial future of my family now, and generations to come is the goal. It would be nothing less than dope to do that in a few years. However, it wouldn’t be any less dope to do that regardless. So I’m going to do it my way. The old fashioned way. Fan by fan. Show to show. Updates and posts. Mixtapes and albums. And see how that goes. :)