The phrase "Third Time's a Charm" comes from the belief that if something is attempted several times it should eventually happen. Baltimore native Los, on the other hand, believes that his time has come on his second go around. Widely considered to be the equivalent of a rap oxymoron, a veteran rookie, the emcee re-signed to his previous label home at Bad Boys Records in 2012, and immediately began to prep the release of an all-original project. Now, after several months of delays, Becoming King has finally arrived in the form of a free mixtape.
Included on the free project is previously-featured selection "Disappointed." ("Wrong Places" and "I Got You" were scrapped.) Among those set to join Los on his quest to hold the crown are Diddy, Fantasia, Juicy J, Ludacris, Pusha T, Raheem DeVaughn, Tank, Twista, Wiz Khalifa, Yo Gotti while production credits will belong to 1500 or Nothin, Dot & Pro, Harry Fraud, J. Oliver, Rob Holladay, Sonny Digital and many more.