Kid Ink Songs

  • I Been
    I Been
    Kid Ink never stays quiet for too long. While the rapper has been making moves in his personal life (an engagement, a baby, to say the least), he's kept the music coming with freestyle after freestyle. After delivering "Aww Man" and "Game Time," he links with his squad for the Cardiak-produced banger "I Been."
  • New Chick
    New Chick
    As effective as it was, 50 Cent was a bit of a strange choice of feature for Jonn Hart's "New Chick". The RnBass sound of the record seemed to call for a verse from another west coaster, and today, Hart has decided to give an one of the region's biggest voices a shot on the official remix. Keeping Fif's 16 intact, Kid Ink now also adds a verse, and as we've heard him do countless times by now, his effortlessly catchy style works perfectly with the glossy synth riff.
  • Aww Man (Freestyle)
    Aww Man (Freestyle)
    Currently touring throughout Europe, Kid Ink like what he heard on Lil Bibby's single "Aww Man" featuring Future so much that he decided to flip it with a remix of his own. You can't blame him -- this Metro Boomin beat is enticing.  Kid Ink keeps the Future hook intact, letting Fewtch open things up before spitting a verse himself and letting the hook ride out.
  • Gametime (Freestyle)
    Gametime (Freestyle)
    Kid Ink has achieved the rare feat of dropping two studio albums in two years, all the while keeping up a busy tour schedule. Earlier today he appeared in the video for Travis Barker's hit "100," and he's followed it up with a brand new track. "Gametime" isn't a radio record, with Ink instead delivering unrelenting bars over some booming sub-bass.
  • Ball Like This
    Ball Like This
    After teasing us for weeks, the LA Leakers come through tonight and release their new smash single “Ball Like This” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Kid Ink, and Future. Produced by Salva, Mike N Keys, DJ Khalil, and Jaycen Joshua, the track is a certified smash, and is about to do some serious damage in the clubs. Here's what DJ SourMilk & Justin Credible had to say about the record,
  • Diamonds & Gold (Remix)
    Diamonds & Gold (Remix)
    Kid Ink is preparing for the European leg of his "Full Speed" tour, which is in support of his sophomore album Full Speed. Before that, though, he's delivering a new remix of his "Diamonds & Gold" record for fans around the world. The original record only featured Verse on the hook, but Chris Brown and French Montana are tapped for some added star power on the pop-leaning rap record.
  • Lie To Kick It
    Lie To Kick It
    The words "you ain't gotta lie to kick it" date back to a 2Pac track that was released shortly after his death. They've since become embedded into the West Coast vernacular and were most recently used on Kendrick Lamar's "You Ain't Gotta Lie (Momma Said)," off To Pimp a Butterfly. Here, Ty Dolla uses the line for a cold hook, letting all the cunning women out there know that he's well aware of their intentions. 
  • Forbes
    Well here’s a treat for Tha Alumni fans. The West Coast crew, lead by Kid Ink, is currently working on a new compilation mixtape that will showcase the entire crew, and today we’re blessed with a new offering from it titled “Forbes” featuring Kid Ink, Bricc Baby, Vee Tha Rula, and XXL Freshmen Shy Glizzy. Produced by SAP, “Forbes” is a bouncy, paper-chasin' anthem that finds the Alumni crew trying to reach “Forbes” status, which is something we can all relate to. Listen to the new posse cut and let us know what you think!
  • 100 (CDQ)
    100 (CDQ)
    We heard the radio rip last week, but now Travis Barker has released his new West Coast crew track in it's full CDQ glory. Barker puts on for Cali by enlisting a who's who of artists from the region, with contributions from Kid Ink, Iamsu!, Ty Dolla $ign, and Tyga. Travis' production has also aligned itself with the post-Mustard sound of the area, delivering a much bouncier instrumental than we've previously heard from him.
  • Imagine
    London On Da Track has been behind many of Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan's recent hits, but he's also worked with some West Coast artists, providing the instrumental for Tyga's "Hookah" last summer. Today he links with yet another artist out of California, the always melodically-inclined Kid Ink.
  • 100 (Radio Rip)
    100 (Radio Rip)
    Drake and The Game just released a track called "100," but it certainly be the last song we hear under the title. Travis Barker has just dropped a new crew track that uses the same title, bringing West Coasters Kid Ink, Iamsu!, Ty Dolla Sign, and Tyga out for the occasion.
  • Get Home
    Get Home
    Plenty of aspiring rappers and R&B singers would do anything for a Quavo or Kid Ink feature (not to mention a DJ Mustard beat), so having them both appear on your debut single is pretty damn lucky. JR Castro is a rising singer out of Las Vegas who's already amassed a fair share of co-signs, recruiting Timbaland, Mike Will, Terrace Martin, Wale, Future, and Jhene Aiko for his upcoming tape.
  • That's How You Know
    That's How You Know
    Norwegian pop duo Nico & Vinz are coming off an extremely successful debut album last year thanks in part to the international smash hit “Am I Wrong”, which saw remixes from artist like T.I. & Maino to name a few. With their sophomore album currently in the works, the pop-duo decide to get the ball rolling today and release its lead single titled “That’s How You Know” featuring Kid Ink and their Warner Bro labelmate Bebe Rexha.
  • Cheerleader (Salaam Remi Remix)
    Cheerleader (Salaam Remi Remix)
    OMI's Cheerleader found it's way to the Billboard top ten pretty unconventionally. Originally released in 2012, the Reggae-tinged song got a second wind this year with the release of Felix Jaehn's remix. Now the track has found yet another remix, pushing it further into the realm of rap. Getting a rework from Salaam Remi, and some new verses from West Coast rapper Kid Ink, this should be yet another boost for the already-gigantic single.
  • I'm Up (Tags)
    I'm Up (Tags)
    With his latest single “Post To Be” still dominating the charts and airwaves, Omarion is now shifting his focus onto the follow up. Tonight, the MMG crooner decides to give the LA Leakers the green light to premiere his new record “I’m Up” featuring Kid Ink & French Montana.
  • Overseas
    Young Scooter released his new mixtape on Wednesday night called Juggathon. Produced entirely by Zaytoven, the 11-track project features guest appearances from Future, Kid Ink, E40, Ralo, and more.
  • Ring Ring
    Ring Ring
    Hot off the success of his third studio album, Full Speed, Kid Ink is back in the studio, and his latest track, "Ring Ring," finds the L.A. rapper alongside three exciting young talents. Over a predictably banging beat from Will A Fool, Kid Ink is joined by Lil Durk, Bricc Baby Shitro, and Lil Reese. 
  • Baby's In Love
    Baby's In Love
    Back in March, we heard an unofficial version of a Jamie Foxx x Kid Ink track called "Baby's In Love," and after a bit of a delay, Foxx has shared the official track on his Vevo account this morning. Check out the dancey track above.
  • Dat Lingo
    Dat Lingo
    Vee Tha Rula is set to drop his RULA2 mixtape tomorrow, but not before dropping the biggest leak from the project yet. "Dat Lingo" finds Rula linking up with a couple of close collaborators, Bat Gang's Kid Ink and Bricc Baby Shitro. The trio merge their styles into one hypnotic melting pot, creating a hazy atmosphere that's complimented with some knocking drums.
  • Be Real (Capo Remix)
    Be Real (Capo Remix)
    Last week, we heard Jim Jones go in over Nicki Minaj's "Truffle Butter", and he's back with a remix of Kid Ink and Dej Loaf's Mustard-produced hit "Be Real". Jones brings along fellow NY rapper Trav for what they're calling the "Capo Remix".  Trav takes Loaf's place on the hook, while the Dipset CEO raps about his no-snitchin' hustler's mentality. We've seen G-Unit freestyle over hot '90s records lately, but it's good to see one of the OGs testing out the Mustard sound.  Let's just be honest: Hit or nah?