Kidd Kidd & Juvie offer up an all new ode to The Big Easy …
Sometimes it feels like rappers care more about the clubs than the streets. Kidd Kidd ain’t having it. As rugged and resilient as his hometown, New Orleans, Kidd Kidd knows that hip-hop without the real, isn’t real hip-hop.
That determination fires up “All On Me,” Kidd Kidd’s first mixtape on G-Unit Records. Released in advance of his full-length debut, “All On Me,” is the soundtrack to the streets, Kidd knows perhaps too well. “When it comes to New Orleans, what do people really know besides Mardi Gras, Lil Wayne, the French Quarter and Master P? Nobody really knows how corrupt it is. How real it is. But what’s so crazy, is that the city is so grimy and crazy but we love it. I’ve been shot, I’ve seen friends killed, but I’m still there. I can’t get away from it and I don’t know why.”
There are a lot of rappers who will tell you what you want to hear, but very few who speak the truth. “I just want people to realize there’s still good music that’s out there, I’m trying to come from nothing to something and seen people try and fail,” Kidd Kidd notes. ”So that’s what’s inspired me to keep going. I gotta be that dude who knows what’s going on out here.”
Check out “New Warleans (Like It’s Friday)” ft. Juvenile below: