While Kidd Kidd has also collaborated with several major artists including Young Dolph and appeared on the XXL Freshman Class cover alongside artists such as Vince Staples, Fetty Wap, K Camp and Shy Glizzy in 2015, he’s mostly known for his time with Young Money.
In the early 2000s, the New Orleans-bred rapper signed to Lil Wayne contributed to some of his early hits, such as “Mrs. Officer.”
During his recent interview with Atlanta-based Diverse Mentality Podcast, Kidd Kidd spoke to podcast hosts Quake and Vito about several of the milestones of his journey including being recruited for Young Money along with Drake, Nicki Minaj and Tyga, becoming at odds with 50 Cent, forming Squad Up, nearly signing a deal with JAY-Z and more.
After nearly a decade of grinding in the music industry, having released music independently and through the infrastructure of a major label deal, Kidd Kidd decided that it was time to start his own label Reallionaire Records (RLLNR Records.) After delivering three projects in 2020, Kidd Kidd released his 12-song album Real Is Rare, last year. He is currently gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated Street Fame album.
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