In the first ’90s, Kilo was among the first rappers from your South to garner a national audience. Representing Georgia as well as the Southern affinity for bass music, Kilo released several albums on, 1st, Hola Information and, then, Cover/Ichiban. A few of his even more well-known songs consist of “Listen to What I Listen to,” “America Includes a Issue,” and “Buffalo Rapper.” Cover/Ichiban released a best-of collection in 1993 that has the majority of Kilo’s greatest work, THE VERY BEST as well as the Bass.
Music Songs Love In Ya Mouth, Lost Y'all Mind, Baaby, Baby, Nasty Dancer, Show Me Love, Girls All Dance, It's Tricky, Love in Your Mouth, Hear What I Hear, Real Bass, Loot Chi Chi, Ghetto Drop, Animosity, Organized Bass, My Ding A Ling, Nasty Girl, Git Wit Da Program, Punk Ho, Baby Baby 2K11, Get This Party Started, Ghetto Drop ’95, Roll That Ass, Eat'em up, Tick Tock, Popular Demand, Hieroglyphics - Intro, How Low Can You Go?, Amercia Has A Problem, She's Got Me Eatin', Jane in the Jungle, Cooter, Cocain 2
Albums Organized Bass, A Town Rush, Get This Party Started, Bluntly Speaking, Back by Popular Demand: Bass Documentary, Vol. 1, Classic Trap Music, America Has a Problem Cocaine, Git Wit Da Program, Hieroglyphics