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Video: MTV Mixtape Daily – Kidd Kidd

“Kidd Kidd, my face on every wanted poster” — you might not have recognized the voice, but Kidd was on one of the biggest singles of 2008: Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer.” The downtown New Orleans native linked up with the uptown N.O. legend (Kidd says downtown cats are known for being grimy, while uptown fellas are famous for stuntin’) more than six years ago as part of Wayne’s side clique Sqad Up. The collective — which also included Gudda Gudda and T-Streets, who are now down with Wayne’s Young Money label — released a slew of mixtapes and underground, independent albums on Wayne’s now-defunct Money Yung’N Records.

“Wayne, he works hard,” said Kidd, who is known primarily by the nicknames “Peanut” or “Nutt” in his hometown. “You’ve got to give it up to him. He’s a hard worker, so I feel like if I’m around you, I have to work just as hard as you. When he’s in the studio, I’m in there. I have to make sure I’m on top of mine too. It was just about being at the right place at the right time.”

Since last year, Kidd has ventured out to do his own thing and has linked up with music-industry vet Sha Money XL, who played an integral part in 50 Cent and the G-Unit’s rise to fame.

“I want to see the best for him,” XL told Mixtape Daily. “I got the label deal too. We’re gonna put out records regardless, but it’s more for me to get him out there as big as he can be, ’cause he’s a star. I want to see him rise to the top. If another major comes in and got the right money, we can do it. L.A. Reid, all y’all know we get to it. We can get to it.”

Kidd’s first stop to making sure everyone knows his face and his music is the mixtape New Kidd on the Block, hosted by DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Scream. The CD has a mixture of freestyles and new songs, as well as old records he recorded with Drake and Wayne. “I wanted to put those songs out there, because somebody else was already trying to,” Kidd explained. “It wasn’t out there how it was supposed to be, so we put those on there.”

Some of the records Kidd dug in the crates for was “My N—a,” which lent some melodic inspiration to Drake’s “Best I Ever Had’ and the original version of “Forever” — sans Eminem and Kanye West (Drake and Wayne’s verses are totally different form the version you hear on the radio).

“What a lot of people don’t know, [‘Forever’], it was a me, Drake and Wayne song, the original before they did the remix to it.”

He also flipped his own version of Drake’s “Fear,” which is about Kidd’s introduction to the rap game. “It’s letting people know, ‘Don’t be scared of me. Just give me your ear and let me do me,’ ” Kidd explained.


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14 Responses to “Video: MTV Mixtape Daily – Kidd Kidd”

  1. landlord Says:

    ‘Don’t be scared of me. Just give me your ear and let me do me’, Kidd Kidd explained

    ————–

    …ayo…

  2. Beezy Says:

    id be mad as shit if my street name was “Nutt”

  3. LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    Beezy Says:

    November 19th, 2009 at 11:43 am
    Gillie > Willie

    as far as kids go

    ^

    LOL. Trust you to know

  4. Joe 88 Says:

    FTR: This Kid Cudi album still gets spins

  5. Ether Sutherland Says:

    smh @ that screen shot. its like he found the oldest, dirtiest bills he could find to stick in his grill.

    bet them shits still have the little faces.

  6. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    November 19th, 2009 at 11:48 am
    FTR: This Kid Cudi album still gets spins

    ***I made that jawn spin out my window on I-95..

  7. LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    “What a lot of people don’t know, [‘Forever’], it was a me, Drake and Wayne song, the original before they did the remix to it.”

    ^

    but yet only you didnt make the remix. Not a good look pal

  8. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Friends, Romans, countrymen lend me yo’ eardrums
    It was a beautiful day off in the neighborhood
    Yellows and greens and blues and browns
    and greys and hues that ooze beneath dilapidated woods
    Ain’t a thing could explain what pertains
    to cocaine it’s a stain that rain
    See summer roll around niggaz holla bout change
    Then they steady move them ki’s like Bob James
    Cause old man winter’s arrived, the temperature dives
    November just died, December’s alive
    Thus it ain’t no typical ride
    Just individual’s way to bring home
    the bacon when bacon was all gone
    Makin it our own, takin me all wrong
    We’ve all indulged in the bulge of those no-no’s
    No you ain’t solo, it’s even lower levels you can go
    Take sun people, put ’em in a land of snow
    ——
    I’m almost POSITIVE Willie isn’t gonna top 3k’s verse. I’d put whatever on it.

  9. Mag Says:

    Chris Tucker peaked with Dead Presidents

  10. TheCo!!inB Says:

    FTR: this cudi joint stil gets spins

    ****I made that jawn spin out my window on I-95…..
    ——
    Tip your waiters, God Bless You and goodnight!

  11. George Says:

    coon-tastic

  12. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    *Daps Nahggers*
    E Hugs Sleep (all man NH) Stay Strong Sleep. Lil Sleep R.i.p
    *Says Fuck You to you Lurkers in case you think somethings sweet*

  13. Premier Says:

    LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    November 19th, 2009 at 11:49 am

    “What a lot of people don’t know, [‘Forever’], it was a me, Drake and Wayne song, the original before they did the remix to it.”

    ^

    but yet only you didnt make the remix. Not a good look pal
    ^^^^
    Ether

  14. ChicagoDUN Says:

    FTR: the orginal forever is better than the star studded remix. em just ain’t the same, kanye emailed his verse, and they added unnecessary sounds to the beat.

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