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"Pretty Ken feat. Bobby Creekwater and Killer Mike – “What Up?”"

Pretty Ken is a name that anybody that really follows the Atlanta music scene and history already knows. Most of your favorite artists from T.I. to Jeezy call on this man to kinda do what Rick Rubin was doing in that Jay-Z “Magna Carta, Holy Grail” but Ken doesn’t lay on the couch…dude really gets in your face and tells you everything you may not want to hear, but needs to hear. Whether you rap or not actually.

He was a founding member of the Attic Crew and personally, I’ve enjoyed pretty much every piece of music he’s made that he let me hear. But over the years he’s put his own musical aspirations on hold…sometimes to help others, other times for his own personal reasons.

Finally though, Ken seems like he is ready to finally put out the album he’s spent his life working on. I’ve heard it in it’s entirety and it’s dope. Real rap for grown ass men. Talking about everything from raising his son and daughter, falling out and falling back in with his closest potnas, being a player, but suffering the consequences that most are too scared to rap about.

“What Up” is the first single from his upcoming album. It features his friends Bobby Creekwater and Killer Mike. You might’ve heard a piece of it from that time Ken kidnapped me and forced me to listen to it.

- Maurice Garland


"P.K Confessions: Episode 1 (Feat. Kawan "KP" Prather)"

Get to know Pretty Ken through his close friends. This weekly production of interviews will give fans an opportunity to find out about Pretty Ken's new project, his influence on your favorite artist and his impact on Atlanta and the music industry as a whole.

This is Episode 1, where we sit down with Kawan "KP" Prather (A&R ) of Atlantic Records and Ghet-O-Vision Records. He gives us insight on the impact of Pretty Ken's record "What Up?" has on the city of Atlanta and the Music Industry. He also explains the importance of the views Pretty Ken is presenting on his project. Kawan "KP" Prather is an American record executive, songwriter, record producer and member of first generation Dungeon Family member and the group P.A.. He started his career at LaFace Records and has worked with TLC, OutKast, Goodie Mob, Usher, John Legend, Pink, and Toni Braxton to name a few. - You Tube


"Pretty Ken f. Bobby Creekwater & Killer Mike "What Up?""

Pretty Ken, Bobby Creekwater and Killer Mike set the ground rules: when you see them in your city say "What Up." Sounds simple enough. - Hip Hop DX


"Never On Schedule, But Always On Time: Week of 8/10/13"

Stack my money so high you could stand on it…

This week’s #NSBAT comes a day late for a few reasons. But none of them are worth your time because I’ve already made the post late enough. On to the dope music! - The Source


"Pretty Ken Feat. Killer Mike & Bobby Creekwater “What Up?”"

Pretty Ken Feat. Killer Mike & Bobby Creekwater “What Up?” - All Hip Hop


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Pretty Ken is a name that anybody that really follows the Atlanta music scene and history already knows. Most of your favorite artists from T.I. to Jeezy call on this man to kinda do what Rick Rubin was doing in that Jay-Z “Magna Carta, Holy Grail” but Ken doesn’t lay on the couch…dude really gets in your face and tells you everything you may not want to hear, but needs to hear. Whether you rap or not actually.

He was a founding member of the Attic Crew and personally, I’ve enjoyed pretty much every piece of music he’s made that he let me hear. But over the years he’s put his own musical aspirations on hold…sometimes to help others, other times for his own personal reasons.

Finally though, Ken seems like he is ready to finally put out the album he’s spent his life working on. I’ve heard it in it’s entirety and it’s dope. Real rap for grown ass men. Talking about everything from raising his son and daughter, falling out and falling back in with his closest potnas, being a player, but suffering the consequences that most are too scared to rap about.