Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap with Houston's newest hitmaker Kirko Bangz inside DJ Khaled's We the Best Studio as the Drank In My Cup emcee discusses his ever-growing female fan base, Texas hip hop and meaning behind his rhymes
Won't most of y'all stop hating on kirko he doing his thing like a grown man should docraw West
Bigger than me +Kirko BangzMatthew Mitchell
kirko real. he know how to be realDavid Mont
Kirko Bangz got it all IMA fan so he love meeeeee.......Ari Dari
hahaha 2:00 nigga peeks through the window hahaJorge Ponce
Kirko bangs I luv himKeosha Perry
For everyone who commented on his speech...fyi he is educated. He did attend college before he decided to do music. You can not put a stereotypic image on what an educated person looks likeNotthefatteacher
How the hell kirko looks like he can be my twin... LolGonzalez A
It's called "Letting Them Know" Kirko Bangz ft. Paul WallShoopsterz
his black african american - hahahaah and go wikipedia wtf his face looks black and his nappy hair black too - he doesnt look mestizoTheNdubzforlife
he mexican american u assTrae Bronson
Beginning song?Yung Maniac
he a black kid he grew up in the hood if you dont understand that - then dont listen to him he represents black - and you are something else - why do you careTheNdubzforlife
H-Town 4 lyfe ..Alex Rodriguez
The interviewer sounds like he should be somewhere doing a weather report or on the quiet storm or something. Anyways TEXAS in this thang!babyblu2010
We talk like from Texas maynee, we know how to talkHeroChio
to all his female fans he said he loves us dont we love himand i was born onhis bithday august20angelica foster
Always louvee KirkoQueen Cocaa
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