Kidd Kidd Mislead
Its 2020 and Kidd Kidd dropped his newest album “2014 Mazant Street” back in May. Since the album dropped, he has been releasing multiple visuals from the project.
This time he dropped “Mislead” which is the story about his time being with Lil Wayne and 50 Cent. The whole project is full of stories from Kidd Kidds childhood living in New Orleans on 2014 Mazant Street. People were confused about the titel, since they associated it with the year 2014. But this has nothing to do with the project itself, this was his address.
Another visual off the 2014 Mazant Street album! Kidd Kidd talks about old times. All the way back to 2008-09. Where he first was on the track ‘Mrs Officer’ with Lil Wayne which was the 4th single off Lil Waynes album ‘Tha Carter III’
Kidd Kidd signed to Cash Money Records, throughout the time Kidd Kidd didn’t really got payed when staying with Cash Money Records, after seeing the ‘Bigger picture’ and getting known instead trying to collect his share.
Later on the group split and all the loyal fans kept asking him why he wasn’t with Cash Money Records no more.
Kidd Kidd talks about getting signed to G-Unit Records, after doing the two EP’s ‘The Beast is G-Unit’ and ‘The Beauty of Independence’ throughout that time, Kidd Kidd never got paid to for the two EP’s with G-Unit.
At the Freshman XXL Class concert, he was later on arrested. 50 Cent were quick to bail him out for $50.000 and came up to Kidd Kidd, telling him that we had to pay it out his own pocket.
At the end of the song Kidd Kidd quotes ‘When you run out of paper they gonna leave ya, but once you come back up bitchers catch amnesia’ meaning that, no one wanna hang with you if you not rich or popular. But now that he’s rising people slowly are coming back, having second thoughts.
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