Sometimes you need to get your hands dirty before starting with a clean slate. I’m sure we all can agree, 2020 was the year of migraines and medicine. While some artists took it easy and slowed down their grind, others took the opportunity to shift gears full speed.
Kidd Africa utilized his time during the pandemic by recording multiple tracks and releasing his first music video directed by Reggie Art. The visuals for Dirt On My Name managed to generate over 30,000 views in a little over 3-months. The well-received response to the video was all the drive Kidd Africa needed to jump behind the mic yet again.
Hunnit’ Yard Dash and CB4 both give off that “I just love to rap” vibe. The remnants of a time when rappers would refuse to cater to an audience. Instead, they would use their music to express whatever emotion they feel at that exact moment. When music is your medicine, you can expect some pretty sick lines in the process.
– Face off for the big hit strapped-in/When I see red time for some action/Blackout muddy water still splashing/Can’t run through the game without traction. – (Hunnit’ Yard Dash)
Be sure to check out Kidd Africa’s discography available on all major streaming platforms. To stay up to date with music-related news, you can follow him on Instagram @kidd_africa or Facebook @officialkiddafrica.