Kidz In The Hall Set To Release Sophomore LP, “The In Crowd” on April 29th
New York, NY -- Kidz In The Hall (comprised of Naledge and Double-O) are not your average group. Following their successful debut record, School Was My Hustle, released on October 31st, 2006, the duo teamed up with legendary Mix Tape DJ Mick Boogie, to release Detention, a digital-only LP, in late 2007.
Now these Ivy League Graduates of the University of Pennsylvania, co-signed by producers Just Blaze and 9th Wonder, are poised to release their second full-length release, The In Crowd, on 4-29-08 courtesy of Duck Down Records/Major League Entertainment.
The In Crowd is entirely produced by Kidz In The Hall’s Double-O and will feature some of the most relevant MC’s in the game today. Though Kidz In The Hall’s debut, School Was My Hustle, was universally hailed, Naledge and Double-O have set much loftier standards for themselves with its proper follow-up, The In Crowd, as Double-O states “fans can expect to hear a tremendous growth with The In Crowd. Our debut was a stepping stone in our movement. The In Crowd is a masterpiece and a concise reflection of our sound, as it’s a bolder and bigger sounding album made for huge shows and cigarette lighters. We have taken our experiences and our year of traveling and performing and morphed it into a true musical experience with some of the best rappers and musicians around---the true In Crowd.”
Naledge takes things a step further asserting “The In Crowd is going to solidify us as the best new group in Hip-Hop. Our new album is the re-definition of the Kidz In the Hall sound and our experimentation with artist collaboration. The first album was a lot rawer and showed our potential for greatness, but The In Crowd is our greatness coming to fruition. We went out of our way to create an album that has something for everyone and is air-tight from beginning to end. This is a definite classic for the Hip-Hop lover.”
Kidz In The Hall’s surging success has even caught the eye of Presidential Candidate Barack Obama, who has featured their hit song, "Work to Do" in his campaign effort. The song has been posted on Barack Obama’s Website as well.
Kidz In The Hall will also be touring in a town near you. Check for them at this years’ SXSW Music Conference in Austin, Texas and at the Winter Music Conference in Miami, Florida. They will also be joining Duck Down Record’s Roster of Artists for a US Summer tour that will touch down in over 35 major cities. Keep an eye open for Kidz In The Hall’s upcoming video for “Driving Down The Block” (The Low End Theory), directed by Rik Cordero (Jay Z’s Blue Diamond Trailer Director) and the group’s second single from The In Crowd “Lucifer’s Joyride.”
Tracklisting and credits for The In Crowd (all songs produced by Double-O):
2.) Blackout f/ DJ GI Joe
3.) Paper Trail f/Phonte
4.) Drivin’ Down Block (Low End Theory) f/ Masta Ace
5.) Lucifer’s Joyride f/ Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes
6.) Snob-Hop f/ Camp Lo
7.) The In Crowd f/ Tim William
8.) Let Your Hair Down f/ Skyzoo and Lil Eddie
9.) Midwest Thang Pt’s 1 &2 f/ Black Milk, Guilty Simpson and Fooch (co-produced by Black Milk)
10.) Mr. Alladatshit
11.) Sean Na & Buck f/ Sean Price and Buckshot
12.) Life I Know
13.) Drivin’ Down The Block Remix f/ The Clipse and The Cool Kids (Bonus Track)
Written by DJ Z on 02/9/08
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