Kid Ink Songs

  • Delirious (Boneless) [Reid Stefan Remix]
    Delirious (Boneless) [Reid Stefan Remix]
    Steve Aoki is getting ready to drop off his Neon Future album in a few weeks, and to help the promote it, he's been leaking new tracks along the way. We recently heard Steve’s “Delirious (Boneless)” record at the top of the Summer, and today we have a dope new remix of it thanks to Reid Stefan.
  • Where Dey At
    Where Dey At
    Last week we hit you with the first leak off the upcoming debut mixtape from the Batgang crew, a crew helmed by Kid Ink. The cut, "Roll Another One", featured Ink, Hardhead and Shitty Montana. Today we get the second and last leak before the mixtape drops tomorrow, and this one rounds up Ink and Shitty Montana again, alongside King Los (speaking of which, where Los been at?).
  • Roll Another One
    Roll Another One
    Yesterday we got the countdown going for Kid Ink's first mixtape with his Batgang crew, 4B's, which is set to drop Friday (that's tomorrow) at 3 PM EST right here on HotNewHipHop. Before you get the full project, we're happy to premiere one of the mixtape cuts featuring the Batgang leader Kid Ink, Shitty Montana and Hardhead.
  • Red Cup
    Red Cup
    Its been a little while since E-40 has earned himself a big mainstream radio hit. In fact, the rapper hasn't appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 since "U And Dat" hit the top 15 back 2006. Now, it appears, 40 is reaching for another smash. Recruiting former "U And Dat" collaborator T-Pain as well as Kid Ink and B.o.B., the Bay Area legend seamlessly transitions his signature West Coast drawl into a song that wouldn't sound out of place next to Ink's own "Main Chick" at the top of the hip-hop charts. The instrumental comes courtesy of Kristo of Drop City Yacht Club fame.
  • Rude (Remix)
    Rude (Remix)
    Yes boys and girls, strange as it may seem, a song by a Canadian reggae band is currently sitting atop the American Hot 100. MAGIC! is the band, "Rude" is the song, and today the breezy summer hit has gotten a remix, courtesy of Kid Ink, Ty Dolla $ign and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker (who, in case you didn't know, has a fair amount of hip-hop experience).
  • She Twerkin' (Remix)
    She Twerkin' (Remix)
    Ca$h Out wants to take over your speakers this summer as well as any nearby strip clubs with his latest single "She Twerkin", just another in the long list of twerk anthems we've received in the past year. As the single picks up pace, the ATLien recruits a bunch of big names for the official remix, all of whom are right at home when it comes to the strip club. Juicy J, Lil Boosie, Ty Dolla, and Ink add verses to the minimal, mechanical production from Dun Deal and DJ Spinz. Can you fuck with it?
  • Main Chick (Remix)
    Main Chick (Remix)
    Kid Ink is back with a big remix for his main single about his main chick, hitting HotNewHipHop with the premiere duties. We already heard one remix featuring Fan Of A Fan collaborators Tyga and Chris Brown, but now French Montana, Yo Gotti and Lil Bibby have been added into the mix.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Last we heard from Kid Ink he dropped off a free track to celebrating hitting 3 mill Likes on Facebook. Ink is pretty consistent with dropping leaks, and sends us a new one today over Rae Sremmurd's popping single "No Flex Zone", produced by Mike WiLL Made It. For those unfamiliar, Rae Sremmurd ('Ear Drummers' backwards) are a young duo signed to Mike WiLL's imprint, and their very first single "No Flex Zone" is growing exponentially in buzz.
  • Me And My Team
    Me And My Team
    Maejor Ali has been behind the scenes for long enough, and he's looking to step into the spotlight as an artist. He's rounded up Kid Ink and Trey Songz to help him get there. He just dropped off a new single, "Me And My Team," which is definitely club ready/summer ready thanks to production from Chef Tone and Ali.
  • Delirious (Boneless)
    Delirious (Boneless)
    Kid Ink is the latest rapper to embrace the world of EDM. The My Own Lane emcee is trying out a different lane, unleashing a new collaboration with Steve Aoki, in which he supplies both the verses and hook for the electronic banger. The rapper's melodic delivery is a good match for the DJ's dance-oriented instrumental, even supplying a word-less "la la la"-style refrain at one point.
  • Up Down (Remix)
    Up Down (Remix)
    T-Pain's "Up Down" has been getting a lot of play in the clubs, and the DJ Mustard-produced banger just may be getting some more circulation. On the official remix, Pain enlists an all-star cast of guest appearances, which include Kid Ink, Lil Boosie, and B.o.B (who appeared on the original song), as well as bringing out a brand new instrumental for the occasion. The rapper turnt singer is planning on releasing his long-delayed Stoicville: The Phoenix sometime this year. Look out for more from Pain very soon.
  • Feels Good To Be Up
    Feels Good To Be Up
     To celebrate hitting 3 million likes on Facebook, Kid Ink has decided to treat fans with a brand new track called “Feels Good To Be Up”. The track was actually cooked up during the making of his My Own Lane album, but didn't make the final cut. Crazy right? Doing this strictly for the fans, the “Show Me” rapper delivers some inspiring lyrics over the uplifting production from The Runners, making this the perfect feel-good record for your 2014 Summer playlist. Give it a listen, and download now! Feels right don't it?
  • Me Too
    Me Too
    King Los recently made an "amicable" split with Diddy's Bad Boy Records, and he hasn't let that slow him down one bit as he's quickly returned with his highly anticipated Zero Gravity II mixtape, which contained the massive record "Play Too Rough." The full project hit the web today, and contains no lack of records-- 19 in total, with features from Kid Ink, Jeremih (as we see here), as well as wifey Lola Monroe, JS, Devin Cruise, Kobe and more
  • WTF
    Coming off his newly released Mascot mixtape, here goes another standout cut from Sean Brown with “WTF”, featuring Alumni label mate Kid Ink. This new party cut features Kid Ink on the hook, while SB shows off some impressive bars all over this KB produced beat. This totally needs a few spins at your next party. Turn Up!
  • Sexy Body (Remix)
    Sexy Body (Remix)
    Verse Simmonds' "Sexy Body first appeared on his mixtape, Circa '96, a project which paid tribute to the classic era of R&B that was happening at that time.
  • Next (Remix)
    Next (Remix)
    Sevyn Streeter appeared on Arsenio Hall last night as a musical guest, she performed her single "It Won't Stop" for the audience. Today she's unleashed her remix of "Next" featuring L.A.'s Kid Ink as a new addition. The original track appeared on Sevyn Street's debut EP Call Me Crazy But...which dropped in November 2013 and is currently available on iTunes (hit iTunes if you're interested). What do you think of the new mix with Ink? How'd he do on it?
  • Work's Never Over (Funk Flex Freestyle)
    Work's Never Over (Funk Flex Freestyle)
    You probably were not expecting to see Kid Ink x Raekwon on a track together today, but lo and behold, Funkmaster Flex got it done. The West Coast native and the East Coast native spit together for Funk Flex, over the classic Mobb Deep "Shook Ones Pt. 2" sampled production by The Raiderz. And vintage record scratches by DJ Ever. How do Ink and the Chef stack up together? Should they collaborate more often? If you're digging it, click download. 
  • Woke Up This Morning
    Woke Up This Morning
    Kid Ink is known to reward fans for supporting him on social media, and in that tradition, he's broken out an unreleased track from the My Own Lane sessions. Ink hit 500,000 followers on Twitter today, and thus hit us with a melodic new track called "Woke Up This Morning", which features Devin Cruise. Apparently, the track was taken off the final tracklist toward the end of the editing process.
  • Show Me (Remix)
    Show Me (Remix)
    Kid Ink's "Show Me" has been killing the clubs for months, and now it finally gets the all-star remix treatment it deserves. Juicy J, 2 Chainz and Trey Songz join Kid Ink and Chris Brown on the DJ Mustard-produced affair. As every rapper should, Ink provides a new verse for the remix, bragging about the West Coast being "back like '94" and likening himself to the "old Chris Tucker".
  • Main Chick (Remix)
    Main Chick (Remix)
    Weird story behind this one. After playing LL Cool J's "I Need Love" on his radio show (as per request by Kevin Hart), DJ Whoo Kid decided to call up LL and give him a challenge. The DJ did just that, daring the legendary rapper to write a 16 to Kid Ink's "Main Chick" on the spot. Apparently, this was not too difficult for LL, who presented the recorded verse about 30-40 minutes later. The results of the challenge are now available for the people. Did LL do the track justice?