Kicking off with an affiliation and signature to K.O’s Cashtime Life Records, the departure of rappers such as Kid X marked the eventual demise of that imprint.
Armed with his status and clout in the industry as well as his own arsenal of lyrical firepower, the rapper launched his own 88 King with a great working relationship with Kwesta’s RapLyf.Source: Kwesta/Instagram
Even after a dip in form with scarce releases, Kid X looks to have found a massive resurgence on the circuit in recent times.
With “Plaak,” “Mtano Muntu,” “Aunty” and “Sisi,” the “Laundry Day Fresh” mastermind has also been involved with several collaborations too numerous to mention that he became one of the industry’s most sought after acts.
This is why Kid X also got the massive ladders of support from some of the game’s finest acts on his “Think Da King” album.
Acts such as Kwesta, Zingah, Yanga, Makwa, Nota, Mashayabhuqe KaMamba, Vanessa Mdee from Tanzania, Zoocci Coke Dope, N’Veigh, Maggz, Swi Nomtekhala, PDotO, Gopzvilla, and T.L.T.
Others are Da L.E.S, Stogie T, Thee Legacy, Chiano Sky, and Tshego AMG.
Kid X makes the “Thank Da King” album a whopping 26-track project of musical art with some of his finest creations so far to finally complete the slam dunk as one of the season’s most active players.
Without a doubt, this album is definitely the kinda stuff that award-winning projects are made of as it holds no second of boredom – massive lyrical finesse, exciting delivery, superb killer-hooks and vocals as well as the finest production possible.
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