The Late King Von’s Family Releases His New Armed & Dangerous Music Video

Late Chicago rapper King Von‘s “Armed & Dangerous” single has become a must-watch posthumous music video. The visual features KV reflecting back on his past times dealing with law enforcement and how he learned to overcome his struggles.

King Von’s Armed & Dangerous Music Video

The visual comes as King Von’s estate continue to push out his Welcome To O’Block album. It’s the latest release and follows previously unreleased videos, interviews and more from the late Von.

King Von’s estate shares the video for “Armed & Dangerous,” directed by Jerry Production. Produced by Chopsquad DJ, “Armed & Dangerous” is a showcase for the late rapper’s gripping vocal delivery and gift for immersing the listener into his state of mind. The video calls back to Von’s experiences in prison and shows how the lessons he learned inside shaped his worldview, even as a successful rapper. “Armed & Dangerous” is the opening track from his album Welcome To O-Block. To celebrate Von’s artistry, music, and vision, Von’s team will continue to roll out Welcome To O’Block, while continuing to share unreleased music, videos, and interviews that Von was able to complete in his lifetime. “Armed & Dangerous” follows the recent video for “Wayne’s Story,” which was Von’s favorite music video.

King Von’s Armed & Dangerous music video.
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Lil Durk Keeping King Von’s Memory Alive

In December 2020, Chicago’s Lil Durk wore Von’s chain representing O’Block in his “Backdoor” music video. Von was killed a week after the release of his album Welcome to O’Block and one of his most popular songs was titled “Took Her to the O.”

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Boosie Badazz Speaks On King Von Shooting

Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz is letting his thoughts be known on the murder of King Von. During a recent interview, he voiced his opinion on what went wrong and why the situation unfolded like it did with Von being fatally shot outside an Atlanta nightclub.

“King Von supposed to have a strap on him. I think they kinda underestimated Atlanta. I don’t know what—I feel like they would have been more ready in Chicago, you know what I’m saying? Atlanta a chill spot kinda like, n*ggas really just partying, especially with out-of-towners. They ain’t hatin’ on out-of-towners. [It was a] “bad turn of events” [that] “goes to show the whole rap game that your entourage got to be ready and everybody gotta be protected… Security don’t need the guns, yo n*ggas need the guns. That f*cked me up. I liked King Von and I like Quando. Ain’t nothing positive out of this situation.” (VLAD TV)

Asian Doll Reveals KV’s Unreleased Love Song

Texas rapper Asian Doll is remembering her boo. She went online to share what precious memento she was listening to: a new track with some rhymes from her late flame King Von.

queenvon plays a love song made for her by #kingvon before he passed