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Haleek Maul

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Birth name  Mailk Hall
Years active  2011–present
Albums  Prince Midas, Oxyconteen
Occupation(s)  Rapper
Genres  Hip hop music
Origin  Barbados
Name  Haleek Maul
Also known as  Kidgns
Labels  Merok Records, Mishka

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Similar People  Hot Sugar, Ryan Hemsworth, Jennifer Dunn, Le1f

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Malik Hall (born in 1996), better known by his stage name Haleek Maul, is an American rapper born in Brooklyn, New York and based in Barbados. He is also known as Kidgns (pronounced "Kid Genius"). He is a founding member of the collective called On the Tanz. He has collaborated with the likes of Deniro Farrar, Shady Blaze, Hot Sugar, and Saul Williams. In 2012, Noisey described him as "the new hustler of horrorcore".


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In 2012, Haleek Maul released his debut EP, Oxyconteen. Spin listed it as the "Rap Release of the Week", while Fact placed it at number 48 on its list of the "50 Best Albums of 2012". In that year, he also released a collaborative album with Chicago production duo Supreme Cuts, titled Chrome Lips. Clash listed it as one of the "Top 10 Mixtapes of the Year". In 2015, he released a 12-track album, Prince Midas.


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  • Chrome Lips (2012) (with Supreme Cuts)
  • Prince Midas (2015)
  • EPs

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  • Oxyconteen (2012)
  • Guest appearances

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  • Deniro Farrar and Shady Blaze - "Cold Blood" from Kill or Be Killed (2012)
  • Hot Sugar - "I Don't Wanna B Judged" from Midi Murder (2013)
  • Ryan Hemsworth - "Day/Night/Sleep System" from Guilt Trips (2013)
  • Le1f - "Tha Whip" from Fly Zone (2013)
  • Black Noise x BK Beats - "RIP" from Nonbelievers (2014)
  • P. Morris - "Hot Life / Blood King" from Low (2016)
  • Saul Williams - "All Coltrane Solos at Once" from Martyr Loser King (2016)
  • References

    Haleek Maul Wikipedia