The song released on June 30 and had some production by Alex Steele on it.
K.K. is known for their funky, experimental and sometimes controversial take on worship music. A lot of their musical arrangements over the years have been hip-hop infused so it's refreshing to actually hear a rapper over one.
The collaborations so far on this project are dreams come true, can't wait to launch this thing— Kings Kaleidoscope (@kingsKmusic) July 2, 2017
Buy on iTunes.