After working with West Coast legend Kxng Crooked I on a few of his latest projects, MRK SX developed a creative relationship with Royce Da 5’9, as Royce was preparing his latest album “The Allegory”. While the work MRK SX did on that project did not see the light of day (yet), Royce blessed MRK SX with some work for himself. The first of which is the aforementioned “Good Life”. The song is a call to all those that are listening in these tumultuous times to “get over yourself”, and understand that we are all more alike than not at all. The cover art was inspired by Pete Rock and CL Smooths classic album The Main Ingredient, which MRK has always been a fan of.
Check out the song below:
About MRK SX:
In today’s music industry, it’s imperative to be more than just an artist or producer. It’s about how to be the “complete package” while being the most versatile individual in the room.
MRK SX is the complete package. Hailing from the deeply hip-hop ground of Detroit, and currently residing in Atlanta, MRK SX is one of the games’ best kept secrets. As an Air Force veteran, MRK SX knows about sacrifice, and the importance of education. He also holds a Bachelors degree in audio production, ensuring that it is his time to shine.
MRK SX has had his fair share of exposure, and has been co-signed by some of the most elite rap artists including Crooked I (KXNG Crooked), Royce Da 5’9”, Killer Mike, Obie Trice, Swifty McVay & Kuniva from D-12, Stevie Stone, Yukmouth, Bobby Creekwater, Speech from Arrested Development and more. Artist don’t just go around co-signing any unsigned artist, so what is it that makes MRK SX so special?
His clever word play, harmonic and melodic hooks easily satisfies the most underground hip hop head, and fans of mainstream hip hop music alike.
MRK SX is coming off a solid 2019, and his first national tour, The Shady Gang Tour that featured Crooked I, Obie Trice, and Swifty McVay.
Additionally, MRK SX has released 3 solo projects including “The Sockmonster EP”, “L Brick Road” and “Announcements are Overrated”. Look out for the new release “The 40 Year Old Rapper” available on all streaming platforms now, via MRK’s indie label DatFeelin.