13 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Featuring A-listers such as Chris Brown and Tyga and beats from DJ Mustard and Danja (among others), the tracks pair L.A. rapper Kid Ink's nimble, adaptable flow with beats ranging from the anthemic pop-hop of "No Miracles" to the raw minimalism of "Murda," positioning this Kid as a versatile performer who can balance club-hopping flair with streetwise braggadocio.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Featuring A-listers such as Chris Brown and Tyga and beats from DJ Mustard and Danja (among others), the tracks pair L.A. rapper Kid Ink's nimble, adaptable flow with beats ranging from the anthemic pop-hop of "No Miracles" to the raw minimalism of "Murda," positioning this Kid as a versatile performer who can balance club-hopping flair with streetwise braggadocio.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.9K Ratings
1.9K Ratings
dmmm

Day 1

I've been listening to Kid Ink since day one. I can't believe how far he has come and how good he has turned out to be. I love his music and I am so happy for him and his success. Every day I listen to him at least once just to help me get through my day. Kid Ink is the best. Can't wait for the world to hear him.

Mmon80

Not original

Sounds just like every other rapper. Just a few hip hop stars stand out. every body else sounds the same.

Malibu4ayoung

Bat gang

This album gon be beast can't wait! Bat gang 🙌👏

About Kid Ink

MC and producer Kid Ink -- born Brian Todd Collins in Los Angeles, California, and formerly known as Rockstar -- rose steadily by releasing a series of four mixtapes during 2010 and 2011. XXL magazine was impressed enough to list him beside the likes of Danny Brown and Macklemore in its Freshman Class feature for 2012. That June, Kid Ink released Up & Away, his first proper studio album, via Tha Alumni. Although it featured beats from several producers -- including Ned Cameron, Cardiak, Jahlil Beats, and the Amazinz -- there were no guest verses, and therefore no disruptions in Kid Ink's nonchalant flow. It peaked at number 20 on the Billboard 200 chart and reached number three on the publication's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

After another mixtape, he signed to major label RCA and released his second effort, My Own Lane, in 2014. Tyga, Chris Brown, and Pusha-T all made guest appearances. By September of 2014, the single "Body Language" (featuring Usher and Tinashe) announced the release of Kid Ink's third album, Full Speed. It appeared in February 2015 and was followed later in the year by the mixtape Summer in the Winter. In 2016, Kid Ink issued RSS2, the sequel to his 2012 mixtape Rocketshipshawty. The spring of 2017 saw the release of his second EP, 7 Series, which features guest spots from Ty Dolla $ign, 2 Chainz, and Starrah. The catchy single "Tell Somebody" arrived in January 2018. ~ Andy Kellman

HOMETOWN
Los Angeles, CA
BORN
April 1, 1986

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