"KNXG" kicks off with 'Superstar,' which features newcomers Corie Little and Lor J.R. rapping over a classic club break beat. The title track is anchored by a pitched-down hook from frequent collaborator, Mike-Mike and ventures further into that tried-and-true Baltimore crazy-leg vibe with rowdy horns and aggressive gunshot sound. TT the Artist lends her signature spirited vocals to 'Blaze the Floor,' which feels more like club music fit for a summer EDM festival crowd rather than an underground dance club. And after a quick exploration to see what club music can really do in 2016, "KXNG" closes with its standout single, 'Free,' which hardly sounds like a club record at all. Against a minimal palette of percussion and subtle record scratches, Miz Jackson's commanding vocals transform Black Box's 1990 hit 'Everybody Everybody' into a breezy summer jam.