Ken the Man releases visual for ‘Some Metro Boomin Type Beat’

Ken the Man

By Jack Barnes

Ken the Man (stylized as ‘KentheMan,’) Houston’s most exciting new artist, just released the video for a freestyle track called, ‘Some Metro Boomin Type Beat.’ It’s a short, but sweet record that shows Ken the Man can ride any beat like the best of them. Hopefully, Metro Boomin will catch wind of it. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.

Whenever it comes to Houston artists, we say there’s something in the water. It is the birthplace of the Knowles, chopped and screwed music, syrup sipping, Scarface, and UGK for crying out loud. The breeding hotbed for cultural influences spanning over two decades. Drake loves Houston that much, so he made HAW: Houston Appreciation Weekend. It is the city which embraced him; making him who he is today. A global icon. There’s something to be said about that.

Ken the Man is set to release her debut EP this year. In the meantime, listen to her mixtape, ‘Kenny’s Back’ or watch her video for ‘Deserve.’ It has over 6.24 million impressions on Twitter.
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