Speaker Knockerz possessed enormous talent, gifting fans with a sound unheard of during his underground rise to fame. Sadly, the 19-year-old South Carolina musician, born Derek McAllister, Jr., passed away in March 2014. The young artist was reported missing for three days before his body was found in his garage. His death was later reported to be the result of a heart attack. SK grew in popularity for his “Rico Story” trilogy. He also garnered buzz for songs “Erica Kane” and “Lonely.”
SK is gone, but his unique style is currently in use by another up-and-coming artist. Toronto rapper Nav is now using SK’s sound to push rhymes about molly and cocaine use to the Hip Hop community.
Nav kicks rhymes about drugs use in his guest appearance in Travis Scott’s “Beibs In The Trap” where he raps, “I just poured a 8 in a liter/Throw some Jolly Ranchers in, make it sweeter/Versace my clothes, I’m with a white ho/And she snorting three lines like Adidas/Got a black girl rolling off molly/Got a white b***h snorting up snow.”
Not many people are cool with Nav appropriating SK’s sound. Many people took to social media to call out the Punjabi artist:
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