Kid Ink Marks Return With ’45’
Numerous devotees of West Coast rapper Kid Ink have been envisioning his return to music for a moment at this point, and now it would appear that the dry spell may at long last be over gratitude to the arrival of another single named “45.”
Following a bunch of features and loosies delivered over the previous year, Kid Ink drops another that talks on his ceaseless grind in the rap game. Regardless of whether this is appended to a full undertaking presently can’t seem to be resolved, yet it’s despite everything dope when all is said in done to hear new material from the L.A.- reproduced homie.
Give the tune a couple of spins underneath.
I know ain’t nothin’ for free
Hundreds on me ’cause that’s just where they belong
I put a couple of G’s up on they feet ’cause it’s just where they belong
I told them girls they can leave back to the street ’cause it’s just where they belong
Know what we need? Trophy and ring – baby, I’m bringing it home
I put that shit on the front line, watchin’ me ballin’ from court side
Now that we been up the whole night, dreamin’ about it my whole life
Bitch I’m on for no reason, watch how I smoke ’em then re-up
Why they act like they don’t see us now that we takin’ the season?