Your Number (Remix)
Ayo Jay Feat. Chris Brown & Kid Ink
Ayo Jay might be the Nigerian artist best poised to attain international popularity, other than WizKid. He first moved to the United States to pursue a degree in finance at New York's Baruch College. He recently inked a deal with RCA and re-released his infectious, upbeat Afrobeat lovesong "Your Number" as a single. Now, as Ayo Jay prepares to properly enter the American market, the single gets a remix from Chris Brown and Kid Ink.
Look What U Made Me Do
Hardhead Feat. Kid Ink & Bricc Baby
It’s been a minute since we last heard from Batgang Crew member Hardhead. In fact, the last time the West Coast spitter impacted our front page was for his feature on Kid Ink’s Cardiak-produced song “I Been” which dropped back in November of last year.
Kid Ink went into commercial mode on us momentarily when he dropped off his "Nasty" single with Jeremih back in May, but now he's in mixtape mode. The rapper announced that he's working on Rocketshipshawty 2, which has always been a fan favorite, so we're sure the Kid Ink stans will have no complaints about this.
Kid Ink Feat. Verse Simmonds
Kid Ink is taking fans back real quick to one of the mixtapes that propelled his career into mainstream sight, Rocketshipshawty, with a second instalment of the project in the works.
Kid Ink Feat. Jeremih & Spice
Keeping his word, Kid Ink comes through tonight and releases his new record on iTunes called “Nasty” featuring Chicago's Jeremih & Spice.
F It Up
Bricc Baby Feat. 21 Savage & Kid Ink
Yeeesh Bricc Baby coming for necks today. The rapper is currently prepping a follow-up to the underrated mixtape Nasty Dealer, with Nasty Dealer Pt. 2. Since dropping off a music video for "Gun" with us back in April, he's been quiet, but he returns today with not one but two bangers.
Roll Sum Up
Fetty Wap Feat. Kid Ink
Despite delivering three mega-hits and a debut album with solid cover-to-cover replay value in 2015, Fetty Wap has seemingly lost favor with many of hip hop fans. He's still cranking out tunes though...
Lil Durk Feat. Kid Ink
With Lil Durk's LilDurk2X mixtape only a couple weeks away, the Chicago artist unveils a new collaboration with Kid Ink called "Good Good." Durk and Ink are both in casual relationships with females in possession of that "good good." It just keeps 'em coming back... "Good Good" is under two minutes in length, plenty of time for them to pay homage to that "good good."
Vee Tha Rula Feat. Kid Ink
Tomorrow, HNHH will premiere Vee Tha Rula's mixtape From The Jump.
Kid Ink delighted fans with his DJ Mustard-executive produced surprise Christmas project Summer in the Winter. He promised a leftover record from the Summer in the Winter recordings as soon as the project cracked the iTunes Top 5. Today, he makes due on his promise, dropping off "No Pretending," the last track to miss the project cut.
Kid Ink just surprised fans with his brand new Summer In The Winter project, capping off 2015 with his second full-length in the calendar year. It's an appropriately titled effort, continuing with the rapper's signature melodic west coast bounce, which plays just as well in December as it does in July.
Kid Ink Feat. Fetty Wap
Kid Ink has a huge Christmas present in store for his fans. Tomorrow he will unleash a secret project called Summer in the Winter. This afternoon, HNHH premieres the first official leak from the project, "Promise" feat. Fetty Wap and produced by DJ Mustard.
Kid Ink Feat. Curren$y & Vee Tha Rula
Kid Ink has spent the last month or two across the pond for his "Full Speed" European tour, but true to form, he's still been dropping tracks. After sharing Cardiak-produced "I Been" feat. Vee Da Rula last week, young Ink drops off an exceptionally smooth track by the name of "Feel Inside."
Kid Ink Feat. Vee Tha Rula & Hardhead
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."
Jonn Hart Feat. 50 Cent & Kid Ink
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)
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.
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
LA Leakers Feat. Future, Wiz Khalifa & Kid Ink
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)
Kid Ink Feat. Chris Brown, French Montana & Verse Simmonds
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
Kid Ink Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Bricc Baby
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.