Knxwledge puts a new spin on vintage Meek Mill verses on ‘MEEK.VOL1_’

Knxwledge has lengthy discography that includes work with the likes of Anderson .Paak, Kendrick Lamar, Curren$y and many more, but some of his most potent magic can be heard deep within the realm of his Bandcamp archives. The Los Angeles-based producer’s latest effort, MEEK VOL 1, pays homage to the one and only Meek Mill. Related . . .

New Music Jul 10  |  

Knxwledge drops more gems on his ‘HEX.10.8_’ beat tape

Knxwledge will likely be known first and foremost as the other half of NxWorries with Anderson .Paak for the foreseeable future, but his HEX.10.8_ release serves to remind the world that his beat tapes are phenomenons that deserve headlines all on their own. The Los Angeles-based beatsmith gives us ten new instrumentals on this joint, . . .

New Music Jun 22  |  

Knxwledge honors Prodigy with “Keepit.thu.row_”

“I break bread, ribs, hundred dollar bills.” Prodigy‘s passing sent shock waves through the hip-hop community. Knxwledge saw fit to pay homage to the Mobb Deep legend with “Keepit.thu.row_,” a jazzy new SoundCloud release featuring vocals from the man himself. In the SoundCloud caption, Knxwledge dedicated the song to Prodigy with a simple message: “your . . .

New Music Jun 19  |  

Knxwledge reimagines yesterday’s rhymes on ‘WT.PRT.11_’

Knxwledge continues to do no wrong with his latest blend tape. Flipping new sounds behind some of the genre’s staple artists like Cam’ron, Kanye West, and others, WT.PRT.11_ sounds like a robot from Star Wars but plays like summer riding music that will have your friends asking, “What’s this?!?” Stream WT.PRT.11_ below. WT.PRT.11_ by Knxwledge.

New Music Mar 29  |  

Stream Knxwledge’s remix of Bibio’s “Feeling”

Knxwledge continues to drop gems. His latest release, a remix of Bibio’s “Feeling,” is a mellow, nostalgia-inducing listen. While both versions are equally mild, Knxwledge’s version is a bit more soulful. You can definitely nod your head to both, though. Stream Knxwledge’s “Feeling” remix below, and check out the original afterwards.

Knxwledge - 'WT.10.8_' (Beat Tape)
New Music Jan 24  |  

Knxwledge chops up the beat beautifully on his ‘WT.10.8_’ beat tape

If you’re not into Knxwledge yet, chances are high that you’re doing yourself a legitimate disservice. The Philly-bred producer’s latest drop, WT.10.8_, is full of laid back, gorgeous remixes of well known rap songs. Knxwledge is still riding high on the success of Yes Lawd!, his collaborative project with Anderson Paak. Stream WT.10.8_ below.


NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge) – “Sidepiece” (Video)

Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, currently known to the world as NxWorries, are back with a video for “Sidepiece.” Released via Stones Throw Records, the quirky video features some interesting animation courtesy of Ruff Mercy, and a live rendition of the soulful tune. Watch the video for “Sidepiece” below.

Get Bigger
New Music Oct 7  |  

NxWorries (Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge) drops “Get Bigger / Do U Luv”

Before Anderson .Paak was approaching household name status, he was known for his frequent collaborations with Knxwledge. The two are back at it with the release of “Get Bigger / Do U Luv,” leading up to their forthcoming collaborative album, Yes Lawd. Look for the album to release on October 21st. Stream “Get Bigger / . . .

Lyk Dis
New Music Sep 19  |  

Anderson Paak and Knxwledge (NxWorries) – “Lyk Dis”

Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge gave us a brief glimpse into how bright the future of R&B could sound on their 12/2015 release, Link Up & Suede. Today Stones Throw Records announced NxWorries will release their debut full length record, Yes Lawd!, on October 21st. To accompany this exciting news, a new single was also released today from the . . .


Vibe to Earl Sweatshirt and Knxwledge’s “Balance”

Earl Sweatshirt and Knxwledge are the latest to contribute to the Adult Swim soundtrack, with the laid back sounds of “Balance.” Earl’s nonchalant delivery finds resonance amidst Knxwledge’s laid back snare kicks and somber piano melodies. Earl is cold but introspective throughout, as he reflects on his weaknesses while reminding us that “these shoulders [are] not . . .

link up
New Music Mar 3  |  

NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge) – “Link Up” (Video)

It’s great to see these two reconnecting for another NxWorries release, even as they both continue to see more success individually. Anderson .Paak links back up with Knxwledge for a “Link Up” video that feels like a scene from a classic black movie in the vein of Friday. The video takes place in a convenience store, . . .

i aint even done
New Music Jan 14  |  

Omarion – “I Aint Even Done” ft. Ghostface Killah (prod. knxwledge)

Never in the history of blackdom did I anticipate seeing Omarion, Ghostface Killah and knxwledge on the same track together, but it’s 2016 and “I Aint Even Done” is here. knxwledge, an experimental instrumentalist who had a big breakthrough as the producer of “Momma” on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, lays down a flute-driven . . .

New Music Aug 25  |  

NxWorries (AKA Anderson Paak & Knxwledge) – “Suede” (Video)

You might not be familiar with the name NxWorries, but the newly formed duo, composed of Anderson Paak and Knxwledge, just might be on to something with “Suede.” The two prove to be a fitting combination, as they cruise the streets of Los Angeles with plenty of vices available. The video is random, off the . . .

New Music Jul 8  |  

Knxwledge – “Flyinglizrds” (Video)

Strone’s Throw Records producer Knxwledge takes us on a trip with short psychedelic visuals for his instrumental “Flyinglizrds.” The video also includes a second beat entitled “Shuremng” that’s also set to be featured on his forthcoming project, Hud Dreams. Fans of Flying Lotus and other experimental production should find fulfillment in Knxwledge’s style. Watch Knxwledge’s “Flyinglizrds” video below.

Hexual Sealings
New Music Feb 2  |  

Knxwledge – “Hexual Sealings Prt.8” (Abum)

Knxwledge continues his long streak of musical excellence with Hexual Sealings Prt.8, the latest of his quality, sample-heavy series. You’ll hear artists such as Freddie Gibbs, Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Kanye West, Chris Brown and many more throughout this eighteen-track project. The samples are diverse, but the final products feel remarkably cohesive, woven together from pieces of . . .