Kidd Kenn, the 19-year old Chicago hip-jump sensation has delivered GROWN, his profoundly expected fourth EP, accessible today by means of 4TH and B’WAY and Def Jam Recordings.
Alongside the seven-tune EP comes the video for “Do Dat At” highlighting Erica Banks, likewise debuting across all stages today.
To additionally make sense of and portray the songwriting system, Kenn said “It’s a shoptalk expression we say in Chicago: ‘Where we Do Dat At?’ When the maker (Jeff Brodsky) played the beat for me, and when we began coming up with thoughts I was, similar to, “where they Do Dat At? ?!” Adding Erica Banks was only the additional sauce on the grounds that.. it’s Erica.”
Kidd Kenn was holding nothing back for the festival of PRIDE, starting off the month with the arrival of his single “Body,” the primary single from GROWN. To help the arrival of “Body,” Kenn played a series of live dates around Memorial Day weekend, remembering the So What Festival for Arlington, Texas, WeHo Pride in West Hollywood, and Taking Black Pride In Seattle.
“Body,” “At It Again,” “Need Not A Need,” and presently “Do Dat At” — all contained on the GROWN EP — were gone before by his provocative single “B4 (Remix)” highlighting Saucy Santana, and the exemplary high energy “Get Lit,” highlighted in EA’s Madden 22 computer game soundtrack.
Before that came the crude, hard-hitting Problem Child, a six-melody EP whose single and video discharges crossed almost a year, including: “Free-form,” Kenn’s viral coordinated effort with Delli Boe; “Gold Digger,” highlighting Dess Dior; “Moves,” highlighting Rico Nasty; and “Great Day.”