Kid Ink may be a relative upstart on the national scene, but beneath his fly exterior you’ll find the heart of an O.G.—not to mention two lungs filled with O.G. Kush smoke. On the lead single off his next street album, the West Coast fast-riser demands that all who speak to him show him respect befitting a true gangster, citing his massive paper stacks as evidence of his ‘hood credentials. Young Chop complements his block talk with a trunk-ready trap instrumental. Rocketshipsawty is scheduled for digital release November 21. In the meantime, Kid Ink fans should be sure to check out the artist’s recently-released, MGK-assisted Hell & Back (Remix), currently sitting at #1 on The DJBooth’s Top Independent Hip Hop Chart.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view the Born Original-directed OG visual.
Written by richard on 11/19/12
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