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AJTheKid – Your Neighourhoodly Whiteboy

It’s funny how hitting a rock bottom can make you rethink, well, everything. Rapper AJTheKid almost quit making music when…

It’s funny how hitting a rock bottom can make you rethink, well, everything. Rapper AJTheKid almost quit making music when his mentor [rapper and CEO The Jacka] who was fatally shot by an unidentified gunman in Oakland in The Jacka had taken AJ under his wing and showed him as much as he could with the time they had. After a series of lows following Jack’s passing, he hit a bottom. After he was arrested for a crime [he didn’t do] he reassessed his life and his past/present choices. After a few more close calls, he decided to dedicate himself to his music — and it’s paying off. His EP — and it’s promo singles — Your Neighborhoodly White Boy, has made it to sites like This Is 50, amongst others.

Aside from music, he’s also an actor and model with a three-year non-exclusive contract with an agent who sets him up with commercials, modeling gigs, and TV shows in the bay area. Music, though, is his first love.

Take a listen to AJTheKid’s latest release, Your Neighourhoodly White Boy. If you’re feeling it, hit that share button! ALSO he’s currently on tour. You can check out the schedule here, and catch live!

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“Cldhnky,” the first song mixed and mastered by Soo Casa (a la J.Cole/Russ) is a braggadocios planting of a flag in the game. A suitable follow-up to “nolovesongs” which he dropped two months ago, he proclaims himself as the “coldest honky in the game right now,” peppering the bassy Ninety8 produced instrumental with a barrage of punchlines. It’s a little more bar for bar Hip Hop, which is sure to help build his profile as a spitter.

Soo has been building a cult-like following on his social media profiles as of late and is hoping that organic grind will translate into further exposure as he begins to drop songs at a more feverish pace throughout the 4th quarter on 2017.

 

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Toronto’s Own Soo Casa Is Coming Up

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Having performed across North America with artists such as the ever eclectic Jody Highroller, better known as RiFF RaFF, buzz-worthy Jarren Benton, and hometown hero Peter Jackson — whose worked with acts like D-Block and Naughty By Nature — he’s begun to a snowball effect, clocking thousands of spins.

A dope — albeit not that unique — blend of the melodic wave of cloud-rap mashed with lyricism, he comes off as a strong contender for the next class of artists hailing from the capital of Ontario.

Check out some of his tracks, below. If you’re feeling the kid, hit up his Soundcloud and Instagram.

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Rapper Actor Grasshead finds Healing Through his Music

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Connecticut Rapper Swift Beefs With Lil Pump While Working On His Debut

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His age and his approachable appearance may have a lot to do with his recent popularity. “Whenever I go out people I don’t even know recognize me and come up to talk to me or start playing my music,” he says, “and this is only the beginning.”

With a small catalog, a mere 11 songs in length, he’s managed to get the ball rolling with the help of some über wavy production and butter flows. His most popular track, “Expensive Taste,” is a bassy track perfect for windows down on a summer evening as you roll past a sleepy downtown metropolitan en route to your Shorty’s house. “I’m just a young man feeling like an OG,” he laments on the song’s second verse.

He also has a record going at major label viral star Lil’ Pump — and it sounds mad personal, with an underlining see you when I see you tone. He takes particular aim at the fact that he doesn’t live the life he “raps” about; further exposing himself to potential scrutiny. What are the root of his issues with Pump? “I paid him $1000 for a feature back in January — before he blew up,” he explains. Ultimately, he never delivered. “Our whole converstion is still there in my messages … and I have screenshots of all of it.”

This makes me accept his authenticity even more so.

“My biggest influence to start rapping was Lil Uzi,” he admits. “Watching him come up since 2015 inspired me … and Big Pun is an influence for me to write better bars.” The latter influence is admirable and demonstrates his willingness to take this (culture) seriously.

So, what’s his endgame? “My goals in the industry are to start doing full-length projects and get my music out to as many new people as I can,” he notes, confidently. “What’s next is for me is to start writing more and spending more time in the studio … now that I’ve started to have the success, I take this much more seriously.

He’s currently working on his debut mixtape, Bankrolls, which is due out this Fall. For now, check out what the Connecticut (t)rapper has to offer.

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