Kidd Kidd Songs

Set The Pick (Unreleased)
Set The Pick (Unreleased)
G-Unit
VERY HOTTTTT
Originally set to arrive on Monday, DJ Whoo Kid’s unreleased Lost Flash Drive mixtape with G-Unit hasn’t see the light of day yet, and is reportedly now dropping tomorrow (8/30). But while we wait, Whoo Kid decides to share one of the tracks to hold us over in the meantime called “Set The Pick” featuring Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Kidd Kidd & Tony Yayo.
Everyday
Everyday
Project Pat Feat. Kidd Kidd & Big Trill
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After hitting us with Street God 2 a few months back, Project Pat is already preparing the follow-up, sharing the lead single from Street God 3 today. Once again, he's teaming up with his protege, Big Trill, as well as newly appointed G-Unit member, Kidd Kidd, taking on a chiming, bass-heavy beat that keeps him within his element, with a chant-worthy hook and some very quotable verses.  
New Level (Freestyle)
New Level (Freestyle)
Kidd Kidd
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ASAP Ferg's Always Strive And Prosper was a varied project, but its lead single, "New Level," remains its most straight-forward club record. It's also become the freestyle track of choice, and today Kidd Kidd has decided to share his version of the track. We know G-Unit's newest member has been spitting over other people's instrumentals since the Sqad Up days, and as a result, he's able to turn this Ferg joint into something of his own. 
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
D_Boy Keon Feat. Kidd Kidd
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The last time we heard from D_Boy Keon, who might be the very first rapper to incorporate an underscore into his name, he was rapping alongside legendary Memphis emcee Project Pat, and before that, he nabbed a feature from DC representative Fat Trel. Needless to say, Keon, who also hails from DC, has found a lot of support from some respected voices, and that continues today with his Kidd Kidd-assisted record, "Lifestyle". 
Lately
Lately
Kidd Kidd
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G-Unit's Kidd Kidd is back with a new track to start off his year, and with "Lately" comes an announcement that the New Orleans rapper has a new mixtape, The Legacy 2, on the way. The new song finds Kidd hooking up with N.O. producer Fire on da Track, and it's something of a return to his 9th ward roots -- and something for the haters to chew on. 
Right On Time
Right On Time
Kidd Kidd Feat. Young Dolph
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G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd continues to keep the new content coming. Last month, he dropped off the mixtape Fuk Da Fame, which has since been followed up by a “Survival Of The Fittest” freestyle and “Fake Friends” video.
Survival Of The Fittest (Freestyle)
Survival Of The Fittest (Freestyle)
Kidd Kidd
VERY HOTTTTT
Kidd Kidd tore up beats on his long-awaited Fuk Da Fame mixtape, which finally dropped last week. You guys we're obviously feeling the mixtape as it earned an 84% rating from the audience, so we're keeping the heat coming this afternoon with an exclusive freestyle Kidd Kidd performed at our NYC studio when he passed through town recently.
Oouu
Oouu
Kidd Kidd Feat. Shy Glizzy
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Kidd Kidd has been keeping the releases coming since he showed up on the 2015 XXL Freshman list, and today's he's teamed up with another member of the roster, DC's Shy Glizzy. "Oouu" uses the classic technique of using a wordless exclamation in a catchy way, a la Juvenile's "Ha". 
Fake Friends
Fake Friends
Kidd Kidd
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Kidd Kidd is getting ready to release a new mixtape on September 15 called Fuk Da Fame, and today we’re treated to a new track off it ahead of time called “Fake Friends.”
Ejected (I Got Some Bad Bitches In My Section)
Ejected (I Got Some Bad Bitches In My Section)
Kidd Kidd Feat. Lil Wayne
VERY HOTTTTT
Many of us were surprised to find out that Kidd Kidd nabbed a spot on the newly-revealed XXL Freshmen cover, and, even more surprised to see that it was the fan-voted 10th spot. Perhaps all the pushing from 50 Cent and G-Unit paid off.
High Times
High Times
Kidd Kidd
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Since becoming the fifth member of G-Unit last year, we haven't heard too many solo tracks from New Orleans native Kidd Kidd, but recently, he's been changing that. A few weeks ago, we got some freestyles in his campaign to become an XXL Freshman seven years after appearing on Lil Wayne's Carter III, and today he returns with an original cut called "High Times." 
Ready Or Not (Freestyle)
Ready Or Not (Freestyle)
Kidd Kidd
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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)
Kidd Kidd
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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)
Kidd Kidd
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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'
Kidd Kidd
VERY HOTTTTT
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
G-Unit
VERY HOTTTTT
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
Kidd Kidd
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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
G-Unit
VERY HOTTTTT
"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
Kidd Kidd
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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)
G-Unit Feat. Kidd Kidd
VERY HOTTTTT
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).