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This is one of my favorite radio records at the moment, and now it receives the visual treatment from RCA. Kid Ink loads up with MMG talent for his first single off the debut album coming later this year. Alex Naziri behind the lens, jump in after the break.
His presence was definitely heard this year, Kid Ink straps up with Boost Mobile for their new segment, and even includes a freestyle at the end. Debut album coming this year.
The man of the hour out west definitely has to be Kid Ink after he recently signed his deal with RCA Records. Abby De La Rosa brings the Kid onto her Rose Delivery and the two talk about what he will do with his deal money, what to expect moving forward, how he’s gotten to this point & more. Check out the two down below.
One bad ass year lands Kid Ink his first major deal with RCA Records. In light of the good news, we get to hear the lead single to his debut album, featuring MMG brothas Wale x Meek. This jawn was suppose to be on his RocketShipShawty, so scroll down and press play below.
Says Kid Ink:
We achieved so much last year independently but we just felt it was time to team up with a major in 2013 to take it to the next level and RCA is as excited as we are about the vision and possibilities.
Iām ecstatic to have someone as multi-talented as Kid Ink, along with the backing of Tha Alumni team with us at RCA Records. We see him not just as an emerging domestic star but as someone whose music and entrepreneurship is already developing a global presence.
Kid Ink grabbed YG while on the way back to his old ways. Another new video after the jump.
They geekin’, balee dat. One of my favorite snaps off RocketShipShawty, Kid Ink and Los pop shit where ever they go in the new video after the break.
A man on a mission, Kid Ink hit the studio to continue the string of visuals following the release of RocketShipShawty. Homie will not be ignored. Official video down below.
The visuals keep coming from Kid Ink as he joins forces with MGK for their track off RocketShipShawty. Jake Janisse directed cut after the jump.