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Kottonmouth Kings Unite Fans To Debut At #26 On Billboard Top 200 For Highest Chart Position In Group’s Career
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No Radio, No MTV, No Problem!!! Kottonmouth Kings Unite Fans To Debut At #26 On Billboard Top 200 For Highest Chart Position In Group’s Career
Without the aid of mainstream press, radio, or MTV, the Kottonmouth Kings have infiltrated the music industry on their own terms and made themselves a force to be reckoned with. The group's new album, "Long Live The Kings", debuted at #26 on the Billboard Top 200 this week to give the band their highest charting record in the group's career. The chart position confirms how powerful the band's underground movement has become, and silences critics who refuse to acknowledge the group's lasting staying power.
"Our new album, 'Long Live The Kings', charting so high on the Billboard Top 200 is a testament to perseverance, hard work and self belief. If we would have paid attention to the critics and naysayers we would have been done 15 years ago," commented Daddy X of Kottonmouth Kings. "Against all odds, we are a true independent underground success story, and we are 100 percent self made, self produced, self manufactured, and self sold!"
"I am happy to see our fans embracing this record, as well as a rejuvenation of the Kingdom and its followers," added Dirtball. "Both the group and the label put a gang of work into this record release, and I am super stoked to see our hard work pay off. Long Live the Kings!"
"Long Live The Kings" is a brand new chapter in the Kottonmouth Kings storied career. After more than a decade and millions of albums sold, the group has reinvented themselves with the addition of motor-mouth rapper the Dirtball, who joins the group as a full-time member. With a new member and new creative firepower, the Kottonmouth Kings have taken their sound into uncharted territories. "Long Live The Kings" features two explosive guest appearances by underground legends Tech N9ne and the Insane Clown Posse.
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