Killumbia Official Song

Killumbia

King Killumbia

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King Killumbia - Killumbia (feat. Mr. Flip, Lil Brod, Lele Badbad, Gemstar da Goldenchild, Davyne, Lil Ru, TD tha Don, 48 Yatti da Kushman, Jazmine Phoenix, Marvolus & Natalac)

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Have you ever wondered why Columbia, SC is called Killumbia? Where did it come from? Who started it? Every legend has a beginning...

South Carolina heavyweight King KIllumbia first began to use the word Killumbia in 1998 on Myspace as a play on city. It wasn't until 2014 he released the KILLUMBIA song featuring SC Rap Legends (Mr. Flip, Lil Brod, Lele Badbad, Gemstar Da Goldenchild, Davyne, Lil Ru, TD tha Don, 48 Yatti, Jazmine Phoenix, Marvolus & Natalac). The planning of the song begin in 2010 when he was signed to leading SC label Head Hunter Records. What makes the track so special is the anthematic beat with an R&B Hook, every artist was hand selected based on style. Commercial, Crunk, Street, Female, Emcee & OG. That formula was duplicated again on the second half the song. Killumbia appeared on his album Problems & on many Mixtapes. Several SC radio stations even had the song in rotation.

Since then Killumbia has grown to be the street name of Columbia.

Albums

King Killumbia - Revenge II (2019)

Revenge II (2019)

Revenge II is a predominately a diss album & sequel to King Killumbia's 2002 tape of the same name. It features singles: Sell Da A$$, Carnage, Karma, If I Can't Have You & King Kobra. It was praised by his more aggressive style & automatic styled assault bars. Pastor Troy, La Chat of Three 6 Mafia, MET G, Mr. Flip & S. Pro were the only features. "If I Can't Have You" appeared on Bizarre of D12's Valentines Day Massacre mixtape. 

Head Hunter Records/Killumbia Inc. Records

Welcome to Killumbia (2017)

Welcome to Killumbia (2017)

In 2016 King Killumbia released follow up album "Welcome to Killumbia". Which is a 13 track album with 5 bonus remixes.  The album features singles: Money Up (feat. Lil Ru & Pastor Troy), Drugs (feat. Lil Wyte), Flossin' (feat. Lil Ru) & I'll Fuck Ya Bitch (feat. Carolina Ace & Jay-Oh). The album received radio play and was nominated 5 times, it won the SCUMA award for Best Song Collab for Money Up &  "Drugs" appeared on Bizarre of D12's D.R.U.G.S III mixtape.

Presidential Music/Head Hunter Records