Got an opinion about Kid Ink? Well, I have bad news for you: the RCA Records hitmaker gives no f**ks. Rather than wasting your breath, why not sit back and enjoy his latest single, the aptly-titled I Don’t Care? Featured along with some in-studio visuals courtesy of Dan Centrino, the record sees Ink waxing poetic about his nonstop hustle and his ride-or-die chick over the descending synth/bell loops of Larrance Dopson (of 1500 or Nothin’) and Cardiak. Maejor Ali adds an extra dash of smoothness to the chorus. For Don’t Care and much more, cop Ink’s My Own Lane LP, available in stores and online as of January.
Written by richard on 07/31/14
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