King Fantastic
King Fantastic
King Fantastic

Bio

King Fantastic is a hip hop duo from Los Angeles, CA consisting of rapper Killer Reese One and DJ/Producer Troublemaker. 

In mid 2010, King Fantastic released their debut album — Finger Snaps and Gun Claps — a concise study in Westcoastsynthesizerbeachbumgangstermusic, as interpreted by Killer Reese One and Troublemaker, to rave reviews.

Along with their bass heavy beats and braggadocios rhymes, King Fantastic released, and continues to release, a myriad of incredible videos, including “Why? Where? What?,” which has over a million plays, and was featured on G4TV’s ‘Attack of the Show” and airs regularly on Playboy TV.

In 2011, King Fantastic released the Death of Summer EP with a darker and harder sound which bass heads, that weren't already familiar with the KF sound, gravitated towards.

Of recent, the duo has been playing colleges, clubs and festivals regularly, including Audiotistic, Bamboozle and Paid Dues.

Their unique sound and style has them featured on blogs regularly, including multiple #1 songs on Hype Machine, as well as garnered them coverage by Acclaim, CNN, Complex, Jay-Z's Life+Times, Interview, the Los Angeles Times, and Thrasher.

King Fantastic's new single "G Sharp" is currently featured on iTunes Top Hip Hop/Rap Singles, and their SocioPoliticalPimpTalk EP will be released May 8th on Hollyrock.

MARKETING HIGHLIGHTS

  • Released Westcoastsynthesizerbeachbumgangstermusic (The Collection MMX-MMXIII) in 2013
  • Released single “State of the Union” January 2014
  • In mid 2010, King Fantastic released their debut album — Finger Snaps and Gun Claps — a concise study in Westcoastsynthesizerbeachbumgangstermusic, as interpreted by Killer Reese One and Troublemaker, to rave reviews.
  • King Fantastic’s video for “Why? Where? What?” has over a million plays, and made multiple top ten lists of 2010, including video of the year on Europe’s leading music blog First Up! It was also featured on G4TV’s ‘Attack of the Show” and airs regularly on Playboy TV.
  • Of recent, the duo has remixed Linkin Park’s “The Catalyst” for Warner Bros., reworked their club track “All Black Ying Yang (The Party Song)” for EA Video Games’ Sims 3 Late Night, and have been playing colleges, clubs and festivals such as Audiotistic, Bamboozle and Paid Dues.
  • Complex Magazine named them on of the Top 10 New LA Rappers to Watch Out For