K-Fed Goes "Ghetto" on Leno

10/20/2006 1:12 PM PDT
Where do you go as an emerging rap artist when you want to garner some serious street cred? Playa, everyone knows you've just got to do ... Leno.

Which is exactly what K-Fed did (or thought he was doing) last night when he performed on "The Tonight Show" to promote his upcoming world tour, which kicks off November 4th in New York. Hitting outlets like Leno and the Nickelodeon Teen Choice Awards, K-Fed is clearly going straight to the streets with his new album. And, of course, with lyrics like "Kicks on my feet/That you ain't never seen/Lights on my wrist/Stones in my ears/$2 million I brought in the new year" and "I'm rich but I hustle like I'm broke/Never knowing what the pancake man gonna flip," K-Fed is without a doubt the hardscrabble ghetto poet of the new millennium.

We can't wait until the tour is in full swing and we can all revel in his greatness.