With their unique and diverse sound, King2eus and Woodz of SBF are creating a new wave of music for their growing fanbase.
Hip hop has long been a competitive sport, but at times there rises artists who come together to create collectives as they bring something different to the game. King2eus and Woodz are two such artists joining their styles to record music under the rap group alias SBF aka Same Blood Forever. Together they have been shaking up the airwaves with releases that showcase their creativity over beats and the extent of their craft.
Before they began their plot to go mainstream in the industry, both felt a connection to hip hop through varying musical influences. Woodz came up in Union City, NJ vibing to artists like Lil Durk, Young Thug, and Future. King2eus, on the other hand, was born in Dade County Miami Florida and raised in New Jersey. Like Woodz, he shared similar tastes in the musical catalog of Young Thug and Future along with Eminem. In 2016 they united as the dynamic New Jersey duo, SBF managed by Don Pablo Mgmt.
Their team of producers includes frequent collaborators such as Beatsby1800 (Knoxxx/Flosssy) and Xai Vert. The crisp visuals often praised by fans are credited to iconic videographers like ShotByFajardo who made their latest video releases clean and vivid. As their status rose, SBF began performing on bigger platforms, one of which will be the upcoming SXSW event next week. Before fans can enjoy their performance, SBF intends to release the new Knoxxx & Flosssy (1800Beats) produced single “Make it Out” on Friday 3/11/22 beforehand.
SBF stands on brotherhood, family, loyalty, and respect. Their movement is one that is unbreakable with their solid code. Destined for fame, they are soon to be mentioned with the greats like YSL, OTF, and The Migos. Check out their music and stay locked in for the release of their new single, “Make it Out.”