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Breadwinner Kane – “Popin Fa Somthin”

Prepping the release of his official EP, Street Certified, Alabama rapper Breadwinner Kane premieres yet another lavish video living the…

Prepping the release of his official EP, Street Certified, Alabama rapper Breadwinner Kane premieres yet another lavish video living the good life. “Popin Fa Somthin” takes us to the Mediterranean where Kane dons diamond rings, designer Versace, and the finer things in life — inspiring us all to aim for the best.

Street Certified will include production from Zaytoven, Bugatti, and features by Boosie, Fredo Bang, Boosie, Haitian Fresh and more. “Popin Fa Somthin” has already amassed over 1.3 million views on Worldstar Hip Hop.

To accompany the release, Kane also launched his own line of ear buds along with the opening of The Level Up South store in Athens, AL. As a musician, entrepreneur, and CEO of Artillery South, Kane has arisen from the streets to the main stage through hustle and muscle.

Follow on IG: @kanebwa and Twitter: @bwakane

About BreadWinner Kane:

In 2014, Kane exploded in the rap game with the Kevin Gates assisted mixtape, Ain’t Nothin Bigga than the B. The co-headlined project featured popular names like Starlito, The Game, Young Jeezy, Tana and OG Boo Dirty. He followed up the same year with Barely Famous, presented by super-producer Zaytoven, and co-hosted by powerhouse DJ Swamp Izzo.

Kane’s lyrics tell the real side of struggle. He wants us to consume the whole message before making judgments. We’re all familiar with the story of a crew boss wanting to be in the music business so he invests in a company and studio, but after watching and learning, he realizes he has some things to get off his chest too. In the tradition of rappers/CEOs like Cash Money Baby and Rocko Da Don, Kane is stepping up to the plate — and the mic.

When you take someone who grew up inspired by the likes of Juvenile, Lil Boosie, Soulja Slim, (RIP), Scarface, Kevin Gates, Waka Flocka and 50 Cent, you never know what you’re going to get — but you do know it’s not going to be for the faint-hearted.

If you are looking for ransom I can tell you I don't have money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.
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