Pro Era members Nyck Caution and Kirk Knight, also known as Nyck @ Knight, are back with a new collaborative record called “Dial Up” that’s full of dark, tense energy. The two are gearing up to release their Nyck @ Knight project on July 21st. Kirk handles the production and the chorus, while the two trade . . .
It’s only right that Kirk Knight and A$AP Ferg teamed up to release “Setup” today, because tomorrow, January 18th, is Yams Day. Kirk made it clear in the SoundCloud caption that this one is in honor of the late, great A$AP Yams. Kirk produced this one himself, and does a solid job of trading bars with Ferg . . .
Pro Era emcee and producer Kirk Knight decided to celebrate hitting 100,000 Instagram followers with a new instrumental album called Dust, full of a ton of previously unreleased work. Kirk explained: “DUST  – A Beat tape of unreleased works straight from @ableton from a younger me in 2013. lately ive been feeling more willing . . .
With his ASAP album on the way, A$AP Ferg seems to be in a reflective mood. His latest release, the Kirk Knight-produced “FLEM,” centers around discussion of his current state of affairs and some of his most memorable experiences to date. Watch the video for “FLEM” below, and pre-order Always Strive and Prosper via iTunes.
Kirk Knight‘s self-produced “Take That,” which released today, has a definitively dark feel to it, distinguished by ominous instrumentation and graphic lyricism that enforces the overall mood. On SoundCloud, Kirk tells us that this track is “ending a chapter in creativity to open a new one.” We’ll be on the lookout to find out exactly what . . .
Pro Era producer and emcee Kirk Knight gave us a double dose with his new video for “One Knight” and “Scorpio,” two tracks originally featured on his Late Night Special project. The two songs combine to show different facets of love, romance, and the resulting array of emotions thereof from Kirk’s perspective. Watch the video . . .
Kirk Knight has taken a distinctly dark approach for his recently released album, Late Knight Special. From subject matter to instrumentation to artwork and branding, everything is fit for the late hours of night. The newly released “Knight Time” video follows suit, complete with wild parties and highly stylized special effects. Watch the Slick Jackson-directed . . .
Kirk Knight has been honing his skills on both sides of the game for years. We can feel his improvement behind the boards and in the booth on his newly released LP, Late Knight Special. The Brooklyn native and Pro Era representer presents a dark, fully formed, boom-bap-influenced sound throughout the twelve-track project. The project . . .
“Left my comfort zone for two years now.” Kirk Knight does just that with his latest drop, “Dear Friends,” which features a guest verse from Noname Gypsy and instrumentation from Thundercat. The warm, mellow release features both expressive verses and smooth singing on the chorus from Kirk. Stream “Dear Friends” below. Kirk’s forthcoming debut album, . . .
Kirk Knight announced his debut album today. Late Knight Special will release Halloween 2015. “Knight Time” is the first single we’ve heard from the project, and it is appropriately dark and aggressive. The production is creepy and grimy, and the song features additional vocals from Mick Jenkins. Stream “Knight Time” below.
Pro Era producer and emcee Kirk Knight gets 2015 off to a strong start with “Brokeland.” Over gritty, retro-inspired instrumentation, Kirk makes it completely clear that he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get paid. Look for more information regarding a new project involving Kirk in the near future. Stream “Brokeland” below.
It’s only right that Kirk Knight and Dyemond Lewis take to the streets for “Extortion,” their gritty collaborative single. Originally featured on Pro Era’s Scion AV-presented The Shift EP. Futuristic special effects mesh well with the glitchy, alluring instrumental. Watch the video for “Extortion” below.
Pro Era rapper drops “Bodak Yellow” freestyle Pro Era’s Nyck Caution gets busy on a freestyle of Cardi B‘s “Bodak Yellow titled “NYUK.” There is a funny story behind the name. Caution’s new freestyle got its title after an initial typo in his name that appeared in the credits for A$AP Mob’s “Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: . . .
Pro Era’s very own Nyck Caution jacked XXXTENTACION‘s infamous “Look At Me” beat, and he definitely did so with authority. The New York-based lyricist doesn’t hold back one bit over the ominous, dark production. Look for Nyck’s forthcoming collaborative project with Kirk Knight, Nyck At Knight, to release in June. Stream Nyck’s “Look At Me” . . .
In anticipation of NBA All-Star Weekend New Orleans, Joey Bada$$ released his newest single, “Victory,” in collaboration with Mountain Dew and their NBA Court Side Project. Just last month, he celebrated his 22nd birthday with “Land of the Free,” a Kirk Knight and Adam Pallin produced track that spoke on racial injustices and mentions President Trump. Now he’s . . .