KiidFuture For some us we find things that catch our interest in life and for others, where simply born into them. So is the case with Kiid Future, his birth in to the realm of hip hop came at the tender age of 7 when he heard the Mase and Puff daddy (at the time) song “been around”. Watching them parade in shiny sequenced suits from the television in his living room in the Bronx, possibilities became a reality and the world now seemed different. Kiid future at the age of 7 began to trade lyrical jabs with rappers three times his senior and won. It wasn’t until the age of 11 that he learned how to write out his thoughts by properly formatting a song by verse and chorus. In 2001 at the age of 12 he recorded his first song which later that year gave rise to his first mix tape called “New Beginning”. Now a senior in high school 2003 would prove to be the deciding factor for his future. Coming off the buzz gained in school and throughout the Bronx, he started taking his career out of state. While promoting in Maryland he was approached by an independent label Déjà vu and executives at Universal records who courted the young teen into signing his first recording contract. What seemed to be a dreamed quickly soured after learning the details of the contract which meant that he would have to change his style to mimic another young artist called Bow Wow and recite someone’s lyrics to match their idea of the image which would catapult him to stardom, confused and disappointed he declined and walked away. After the Birth of his first son in 2007 and recovering from the experience 4 years earlier he released the “Before and after” mixtape followed by you tube videos covering the freestyle over Drakes “Over “and “Generate mills”. Both videos garnered regional attention from fans and taste makers alike. Surprised by the reaction on the internet he was again approached by yet another suitor Bloom Ent. Mgmt in 2010. Kiid Future now being introduced to music from Rodney Jerkins, Lams, and Bink yet again seemed promising, though once again, the famed “opportunity of a lifetime “came with the price of creative control over his best interest. Leaving Bloom over a disagreement on the right track to put out is exactly what put him on the right track by releasing the freestyle over J Cole’s “morning” which attracted attention from Jay-z Attached to the growing list of A-listers seeking to incorporate Kiid future into their current business model, Kiid future has pressed on to complete 2010’s My Campaign mix tape along incorporating his own imprint Young Set, with artist now signed to his growing independent label determination defines his drive. Along with being an artist, entrepreneur, you can also add the title of Ghost writer choosing not to be named he has since penned RnB songs for several artist. Releasing his first official video for “Momma told me” which caught the attention of 1200 views in two days and the second for the “what you need feat. Chris Brown” which brought in 1700 views in a matter of hours. This rapper extraordinaire with slick metaphors, catchy chorus lines, street bravado and mesmerizing charm which keeps you listening, wanting more. There is a reason why this Bronx legend is being sought out by so many and as far as Kiid Future is concerned the only way is up!