Swish! Kid Ink’s putting up numbers in his Alive EP’s new video with Bricc Baby on the assist. In the vibrant clip, the two flex on a ball court full black lights, falling confetti, and women dancing in body paint.
Red light special delivery. Pulling up to a “Red Light” is Kid Ink and his first recording of the year. Produced by ISM, the BatGang/Alumni rapper puts his competitive raps and hot flow in full drive with no hesitations of slowing down. Everything’s a go.
We believe we can fly. Kid Ink takes his music out of this world in his new video featuring featuring Rory Fresco. Over OG Parker’s bass-rattling production, Kid Ink lives up to his Rocketshipshawty status with his bravado talk. Riding shotgun is Kansas City rapper Rory Fresco flexing effortlessly on his featured spot.
Back wearing the 4-5. Following a brief hiatus from music, Kid Ink’s back wearing the “45” with his latest single. Over a hypnotic beat, Kid Ink raps his come up in the game and his return as an independent artist. Welcome back.
The plane, the plane. Kid Ink lives forever in the music video to one of his releases from this year. Directed by Matty J, Kid Ink survives a plane crash and reflects on his illustrious career. At the wreckage, he lights up a blunt and raps his rebirth as an independent artist.
Just do it and chill. Still on his new music Friday wave, Kid Ink loosens up on his new weekly drop. Kicking back to the sounds of Ned Cameron’s production, Kid Ink indulges in a little fourplay with his sex-fiend shawty before taking it all the way. Girl, relax.
We believe we can fly, Kid Ink takes his music out of this world for his new track featuring Rory Fresco. Over OG Parker’s bass rattling production, Kid Ink lives up to Rocketshipshawty status with his bravado talk. Riding shotty, Kansas City rapper Rory Fresco flexes effortlessly on his featured apot
Take another hit. Even after more than a decade in the game, Kid Ink’s still rolling up on his brand new single. As a follow-up to his 2010 hit, the L.A. rapper keeps both the blunts and ladies lit over a beat laced by Canto and Litens.