King Unk might be a relatively new name to music fans but he is no newcomer within music industry circles. Born and raised on the west side of St. Louis, Unk is widely known as a highly-respected legend in his city. Serving as the CEO of his own indie imprint Dcon Entertainment, Unk has been able to break artists such as Doughboy STL, Scorsazy, King B, Sleep 400, Taz, and Lou Kang. Throughout the years, King Unk’s respect has reached far outside of St. Louis, allowing him to build solid relationships with some of the most well-known Hip-hop personalities throughout the country.
After suffering setbacks due to disloyalty from his previous artists, well documented in his visual for “Going In,” King Unk was forced to carry his own label, thus stepping into the forefront as the flagship artist for Dcon Entertainment. Since stepping behind the microphone, King Unk has released a bevy of well-received singles and shows no signs of slowing down. The progress didn’t go unnoticed as Unk was a featured guest on Big Bank and DJ Scream’s highly popular show Big Facts, alongside rising star, Mulatto.
Now working with his son 10Millitone, King Unk is splitting his time as a CEO and an artist with plans to drop his forthcoming EP titled Don’t Count On Nobody slated for release in spring 2021. The project features contributions from Lil Durk, Bigga Rankin, Eastside Juan, and many more. Be on the lookout for the project and in the meantime, check out the official visual for “Blue Hill Avenue.”