HipHopDX Exclusive Premiere: Right Back To The MoneyEven as a new artist, King Harris II has one royal foundation. Raised in Long Beach, developed in Oxnard, California the MC who uses his government name has collaborated on E-40 video singles, toured the country with his cousin Jay Rock and Tech N9ne, and been a fixture in the studio with Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q. Now, he’s teaming with Gangrene’s Oh No for Nightmare On Wolff Street, the breakthrough album in a career and a life that truly stands out.

King explains to DX how the collaboration came about. “Oh No and I were in the studio just smokin, he was going through beats and it was late; real late.  As soon as that beat came on, I bounced right up! O tried to skip it, I was like nah—go back. The first thing I heard in my head was Snoop. It had a Snoop feel. Fast forward, my album was basically done and I remember when The Documentary 2 was released; and we were listening to it for about a week straight.  That’s when it clicked, I knew The Game would be perfect for “Right Back To The Money,” so that’s when I had to figure out how to make it happen.”