Straight out of the NY Kid-Al has really come into his own from taking a break from music and coming back onto the scene with 3 new singles and his latest song that dropped last night titled “Do No Wrong”. The Manhattan native is no stranger to the hustle and grind it takes to have success in the music world and he is going in the right direction accumulating over 30,000 plays on his single “610”. The song also got the notice of GENUIS LYRICS. His style and flow is something rap needs to take notice because its only a matter of time when he makes it.
1. Actual Name
2. Where were you born
Manahattan, New York
3. How old are you
4. Where are you from
Originally from Manhattan, but now reside in PA
5. Stage Name
Kid-Al aka young al
6. How long have you been in music for
Been in music for about 4-5 years
7. Who or what influences your music
My life or things I go through influence my music
8. Dream Collab
Don’t really have a dream collab
9. Any new music on the way
Always new music on the way hopefully mixtape
10. Best song you made so far
My best song in my opinion is Check
11. Your Crew
My crew knows who they are
12. What was it that made you think I can do this
Self belief u can do anything you want in life if you work for it
13. Lil Pump or Smokepurrp
They both fyeee smokepurpp more versatile
14. Travis Scott or Quavo
Both fyeee again but Travis Scott
15. Lil Yachty or Lil Uzi
16. Have you done any shows and if you have where and how many
Never done a show but it’s comin soon
17. Your thoughts on todays rap and r&b scene
I fuck with all the new shit lotta new waves comin up I fuck with everyone new for the most part
18. Smoke weed
20. What other factors influence your music
Family, friends & hoes
NC artist Rob Flo returns today with a fresh new record “Home” that is passion filled and emotion driven. “Standing alone in the mess I’ve made now”, states Flo while asking to be taken home, where he feels most comfortable. With his exciting vocal sound and light use of auto-tune he’s able to turn this track into something really special. Check it out below!
Philadelphia’s MCHALE returns with his latest single, “UP.” which boasts production from King LeeBoy. Using wavy melodies, MCHALE raps about living “sucka free” and the transition into success.Enjoy the feel-good jam below, and be sure to stay tuned for even more releases from MCHALE.
Gene Perlin returns with a 2 track EP titled “Untitled 777” featuring NEVN on both tracks. Both tracks were produced by NEVN & they’re both bangers. A week ago Gene teased his fans hinting new music on his Instagram with a short video asking for 100 comments for the release.
Today he surprises everyone with the songs. Stream the EP below as Gene & NEVN introduce you to their life of money, drugs & sex.
Rae Sremmurd will be inspired by OutKast on their next go-round.
Mike WiLL Made It took to Twitter to reveal that SremmLife 3 will actually be a triple-album: two respective solo projects from Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee, Swaecationand Jxmtroduction, and the group effort SR3MM. The inspiration for this? Big Boi and André 3000‘s 2003 diamond-seller, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.
Following Super Bowl LII, the duo revealed the latest single from the massive project, “T’d Up,” produced by Swae Lee, ChopsquadDJ and Metro Boomin. Listen below.
In a matter of days the Top Dawg Entertainment-produced soundtrack to the film Black Panther will be released (February 9th). Lead by Kendrick Lamar and SZA‘s “All The Stars,” that single now receives a matching set of visuals.
Directed by Dave Meyers and the little homies (née, Kendrick and Dave Free), the clip mimics the film’s aesthetic of blending African culture with futuristic technology. While Kendrick raps while next to an actual black panther, SZA takes to the galaxies as a melodic supernova.
Los Angeles-based songsmith G West just unleashed a brand-new project, and it’s a doozy. 118 West is a well-rounded effort from the rising artist, who incorporates elements of various genres to mold a refreshing project that stands out in the saturated field of music coming out of the underground. His unique artistic identity and knack for a plethora of flows and melodies shine through wonderfully, and all add up for a memorable listen from start to finish.
Once again, The Boy is the owner of another record.
Following the release of his Scary Hours
maxi-single EP, its two songs “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity” debuted within the top ten of Billboard’s Hot 100 list: “God’s Plan” at No. 1, and “Diplomatic Immunity” at No. 7. Together, they mark his 21st and 22nd Top 10 singles, surpassing JAY-Z‘s 21 Top 10s and Lil Wayne‘s 20, giving Drake the record for the most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s among rappers.
This comes after “God’s Plan” shattered Spotify’s single-day streaming record in the States, notching over four million streams within the first 24 hours of its release. With Scary Hours, Drake also adds to his growing list of the most Hot 100 entries with 159. His only competition? The cast of FOX’ television show Glee, with 207.
On a quasi-related note, Drake shared a picture of his very first press kit, listing his “accolades in an attempt to get signed,” which included such “highlights” as “30 registered fan clubs, over 800 topics on message boards, and performing at Chris Bosh’s private birthday party.” See, even Aubrey was at one point a struggle rapper and had to start somewhere.
Philadelphia artist Beasley Bangorz links up with Reek Ivan for his latest single “Fire.” the track was self-produced by Beasley and is definitely a banger. Stream the new song below and let me know your thoughts on it.