Image of K-otix — Legendary LP (Blue Marble)
  • Image of K-otix — Legendary LP (Blue Marble)
  • Image of K-otix — Legendary LP (Blue Marble)

K-otix — Legendary LP (Blue Marble)


Legendary, the sophomore album from Houston trio K-otix.

In case you've been wondering what the crew has been up to since Universal dropped, here goes:

They jumped into about 3 world tours to promote the album. The ARE dropped Hustler's Theme while Big Mon and Damien came with The Black Album. Then they teamed up with Kay of the Foundation for Ethos.

The ARE started producing for Keyshia Cole, Lil Kim and LL Cool J, to name a few. Mon and D brought 48 Seasons to life, along with the internet-breaking "George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People".

The ARE kept producing for people that you know, then released his Here, My Dear album flip to show you that he still got it. Damien got his hands dirty working with H.I.S.D., Radio Galaxy, and Kashmere Don (aka D Rose). The latter even resulted in a collaboration called RandleRose.

Which brings us back to Legendary. At some point a couple of years ago, they slowed down time long enough to begin putting together the long-awaited OG trio follow up to Universal.

The cover was custom crafted by the extremely talented Houston based mixed media artist and painter Santos Guerrero.

• One (1) Blue Marble Vinyl
• One (1) 11" x 17" poster of album art by Santos Guerrero
• One (1) Sticker