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.
Today, the rapper shares a solo cut, which has the New Orleans rapper reflecting on the Hurricane Katrina disaster on its ninth anniversary. Following the tragedy, we heard some incredible odes to the victims, most notably Lil Wayne's unforgettable "Georgia Bush". "Mr. Rogers" is similarly powerful, and also captures the feel of New Orleans music in the process.
Man, I'm a straight street nigga
You can't tell?
You don't hear my tales
Of all my niggas up in jail?
Man I'm tired of seeing all my people get killed
They tearin' down the hood
But ain't talkin' rebuild