2.75% Rating Album
Kid Ink’s “My Own Lane” lacks any creative risks, but it bridges his mainstream appeal of 2013 with a new stylistic presence.
While the news of an artist signing to a major label is typically met with skepticism, Kid Ink’s decision to sign with RCA last year felt like a natural progression for the Los Angeles native. Since breaking into the Rap scene in 2008, Ink has proven to be an individual who can score a hit that caters to the club and streets alike. Along those same lines, the 27-year-old has a sound that stays on top of what’s now. In a sense, Ink offers everything a record label is hoping to gain when they open up their doors to another talent on the roster.
As cliché as the title for Kid Ink’s second album may sound, it’s a fitting description for where h...Read More
Yesterday (January 13), it was reported that Drake filmed his “Wu-Tang Forever” music video alongside A$AP Rocky. Some reports claimed that Wu-Tang Clan members were also involved in the music video shoot. HipHopDX contacted Raekwon regarding his rumored involvement in the music video.
“I heard they did it,” Raekwon said regarding the music video for “Wu-Tang Forever” in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. ”I wasn’t present, but [I] hope it comes out great.”
In October 2013, Raekwon was asked if he added a verse to Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever.”
“I ain’t get a chance to bust my joint off yet, but I talked to Drake and we’re gonna get to it,” Raekwon said in an interview with MTV at the time. “It just was like, we was on the road. Things was happening so quick...Read More