When it comes to the subject of drugs, King FOE's new EP, Junkie, is about as viciously honest and descriptive as it gets. The second EP in the BLKHRTS trilogy, Junkie is all about the reality of drug use and the ills that go along with using. FOE drew from his own experiences, as well as those of close family members, to get into the frame of mind of someone who is addicted to drugs; he also immersed himself in the William S. Burroughs memoir of the same name. FOE's writing is dark and fearless and is meant to take you into the world of a junkie.
Ru Johnson - Westword
King FOE bio - FOE, or King FOE, as he is commonly known, is as much a polarizing figure in rap, as he is a beast on the mic. A creative force with a voice easy on the ears, he manages to spit hot fire with dizzying rhyme schemes and hilarious content in such a manner that he rarely turns down a chance on the mic.
On his own accord, FOE is the answer to the question of innovative and diverse lyricism with a cutting edge as he carves his niche amongst artists that have inspired him. With a particular and uncanny vocal resemblance to the southern legend, Scarface, not only is FOE one who speaks on his experiences with candor and resilience, there is a great amount of humor in his rhymes and approach.
Standing well over 6'0, FOE is a man of stature in presence and artistic capability. Working tirelessly on projects that show his progression and expansion as an emcee, FOE has promised that 2012 will not only be a year to debut his newest and latest material but it will be a time for the masses to fully grasp his context as a rapper, and a viable member of the hip-hop community.