Kidd Kidd Songs

  • Ready Or Not (Freestyle)
    Ready Or Not (Freestyle)
    Earlier this afternoon, Kidd Kidd shared a freestyle over Jay Z's "Can I Live" in support of his bid for the tenth spot on XXL's 2015 freshmen list, and now he's back with another. This time, he flows over another NYC-area classic, The Fugees' "Ready Or Not." Going in over the ominous, Enya-sampling production, the New Orleans native shows why 50 Cent called upon him to assist in G-Unit's comeback. He finds a nice pocket in the beat, and give thanks to is benefactor Fif with a shout-out to the TV show he produces, "Power."  Do you think Kidd Kidd deserves the spot?
  • Can I Live (Freestyle)
    Can I Live (Freestyle)
    How crazy is it that a rapper featured on Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III in 2008 is up for a spot on XXL's freshman list seven years later? That's the case with Kidd Kidd, who's seen his visibility elevated in the last year by becoming G-Unit's fifth member, and is now doing his damnedest to bring in enough votes to nab the fan-decided tenth spot on the 2015 list. If you're still on the fence, he's shared a freestyle with the explicit purpose of drumming up support for his XXL campaign.
  • Dreams & Nightmares (Freestyle)
    Dreams & Nightmares (Freestyle)
    Coming off the heels of The Beast Is G-Unit EP, Kidd Kidd is already turning his focus onto his next solo project called Fuck The Fame.
  • From Nothin'
    From Nothin'
    The youngest (and newest) member of G-Unit, Kidd Kidd, gives us a solo joint today after a brief hiatus. While he has been putting out music with the newly-formed Unit, the New Orleans rapper left his solo career a bit in the lurch. We haven't heard from him since August, but he's still got heat on deck, as you can tell from "From Nothin'."
  • Big Body Benz
    Big Body Benz
    On Tuesday, November 10th, G-Unit will be releasing their EP The Beauty Of Independence on physical copies, partnering with Best Buy for a deluxe, limited edition that will feature two bonus tracks. Along with "Ease Up," the Ky Miller-produced "Big Body Benz" will show up on there -- and now you can stream it via the group's SoundCloud.
  • Mr. Rogers
    Mr. Rogers
    As of the release of G-Unit's new EP, it's become clear that Kidd Kidd is now an official member of G-Unit. While it's no easy task to assimilate a new member to a group that's began 10 years back, Kidd's talent has allowed him to keep up with the rest of the crew, even out-rapping them at times.
  • Ahhh Shit
    Ahhh Shit
    "Ever since Mike Brown went down, my whole city like 'fuck a cop'" That sentiment, found on G-Unit's new track "Ahhh Shit," is one that many Americans can probably relate to in the wake of the 18-year-old Ferguson, MO resident's death. Following a powerful track by J. Cole addressing the situation, Young Buck, Kidd Kidd and 50 Cent offer their own two cents.
  • Tattoos Over My Bullet Wounds
    Tattoos Over My Bullet Wounds
    Earlier this afternoon Kidd Kidd dropped off a new music video for a new track called "Die For" but he's not stopping there, unleashing the audio for another new cut, "Tattoos Over My Bullet Wounds." Both songs will eventually find life on the New Orleans rapper's upcoming project Fuk Da Fame. "Tattoos Over My Bullets Wounds" contains production from SCORP-DEZEL and Young Chu as Kidd details the gang life and the struggle to be successful.
  • Real Quick (Remix)
    Real Quick (Remix)
    50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck have reunited once more (we won't be using the term 'reunion' for much longer, it seems).
  • Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout (Remix) [CDQ]
    Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout (Remix) [CDQ]
    50 cent surprised everyone last night when he reunited with his estranged G-Unit crew onstage at Summer Jam 2014. 
  • Grindin' My Whole Life (Remix)
    Grindin' My Whole Life (Remix)
    50 cent surprised everyone last night when he reunited with his estranged G-Unit crew onstage at Summer Jam 2014. 
  • Reach Out To Me
    Reach Out To Me
    After connecting with 50 Cent for a few tracks on Animal Ambition, Kidd Kidd is blessing us today with some original content. His newest release is called “Reach Out To Me”, and is produced by Buda Da Future, and Grandz Muzik.
  • The Real
    The Real
    After connecting with 50 Cent for a few tracks off Animal Ambition, Kidd Kidd delivers new music of his own today. The New Orleans rapper connects with Philly native Young Chris for "The Real", that has a jazz-inspired instrumental with saxophones backing through out. It's definitely a smooth beat. The track will appear on Kidd Kidd's upcoming project Fuk Da Fame presented by DJ Iceberg, WalkLikeUs and Rllnr. The tape is expected to impace on June 10th, so keep your eyes peeled for more leaks through out the month.
  • Irregular Heartbeat
    Irregular Heartbeat
    Following last week’s Kidd Kidd-feature “Everytime I Come Around”, 50 Cent is back today with another leak off Animal Ambition with “Irregular Heartbeat” featuring Jadakiss and Kidd Kidd again. Track produced by G Rocka & Medi. Give it a listen, and let us know how it compares to his previous leaks.
  • Everytime I Come Around
    Everytime I Come Around
    Fifty season continues. After hitting us with a slew of leaks already off his upcoming Animal Ambition album, Fif is back today with another new record titled “Everytime I Come Around”, featuring Kidd Kidd.
  • Chase The Paper
    Chase The Paper
    Fifty season continues. After dropping off the official video on Monday, we now get to hear the CDQ version of 50 Cent’s newest leak “Chase The Paper” featuring Kidd Kidd, Prodigy, & Styles P. The record will see life on 50’s upcoming album Animal Ambition, which will hit store shelves on June 3rd.
  • UnRoyal
    Last week, we caught two new tracks from Kidd Kidd, and back at it again this week, we have another one. Taking on the hosting role for DJ Iceberg’s new mixtape Monopoly Music 18, where he also has a few new tracks, Kidd Kidd decided to flip Lorde’s smash hit “Royals”, and recreate his own version “UnRoyal”. Give it a listen and download if you’re messin’ with it.
  • Paparazzi
    We're still waiting for DJ Iceberg's new compilation mixtape, Monopoly Music 18, which will be hosted by Kidd Kidd, but the Kidd has released a couple of exclusives for our listening pleasure. This one being the Will-A-Fool produced track featuring Rich The Kid called "Paparazzi," and the other being "Big Boys," with Problem showing up on the track in addition to the New Orleans native, Kid Kidd. 
  • Big Boys
    Big Boys
    DJ Iceberg is prepping a new compilation mixtape, Monopoly Music 18, which will be hosted by New Orleans native Kidd Kidd. In addition to hosting duties, the rapper has blessed Iceberg with a couple of exclusive records, including "Big Boys" featuring L.A.'s Problem. Monopoly Music 18 is set to arrive tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled. For now you can download this cut below and let us know if you're feeling the collaboration. 
  • I'm A G (Bury Me A G)
    I'm A G (Bury Me A G)
    Kidd Kidd has released a new collaboration with Doe B, who was fatally shot just last month. The track stands as a tribute to the late rapper. No word on whether it's attached to any project. Quotable lyrics:  "Bury me a G/ Gucci's on my feet, on my skull cap/ Play with me AR-15, knock off your hubcaps/ I'm Baby J-E Dollar sign-U-S/Standing outside of you duplex/ With two techs/ I let both sing off and call it a duet"
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