Los Angeles Bred Rapper Kid3rd Drops “Ambitions Of A Freak” Single;
(Los Angeles, CA) – Coming up under a generation of Los Angeles musicians and music business impresarios, Kid3rd came into the game with a wealth of knowledge about the music game. Applying that knowledge and learning under his family members, Kid3rd has developed a sound that combines elements of Southern trap music along with a heavy influence of West-Coast music.
On his latest single,“Ambitions Of A Freak,” Kid3rd lays the groundwork for a potentially huge single. The song takes elements of 2Pac’s “Ambitionz Az A Ridah,” as Kid3rd implemented his production abilities playing the lead piano throughout the song.
“I moved to Memphis in my teens and I really learned a lot about production when I was out there. Then I came back to LA where I primarily grew up and combined the musical elements into one cohesive sound,” Kid3rd explained.
Recently Kid3rd found success with the song “Love Drunk Driving” with Tee Flii that made its way to HotNewHipHop, Young California, DJCarisma, Boi-1da.net a
nd many more. As his single “Drink With Me” continues to rack up streams online and bubble in the clubs HOllywood, Kid3rd appeases the fans with this new one, especially the ladies.
Adding to his success, Kid3rd recently took over the SnapChat for Los Angeles radio station Power 106. In addition his Digital Breakdown will be on their site where they will be posting his single, “Ambitionz Az A Freak.”
“Its really up to the people as far as my music, and I’m cool with that. At the end of the day as an artist and as a producer, I have R&B songs, I have trap songs, I have West Coast turn up songs and its all stuff I like, so its really just about what the people gravitate towards,” Kid3rd explained. “I’m at the point where I just make the music and its all about how the people react to it. Getting to see people react to my songs with Tee Flii and “Drink With Me” with Knotch, just hearing that in the club has been a blessing. I’m really humbled and excited at the same time about the response thus far.”