Tag: Kids These Days
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After Chance The Rapper took over Metro Friday night, Kids These Days and the SaveMoney familia hit The Vic Theater for a sold out show Saturday night. If you’ve seen KTD live, then you know that the collective never disappoint on stage — and from the looks of things, this show was no exception. Hit the jump to check out KTD performing “Bud Billiken” from their Traphouse Rock project.
Yesterday, Kids These Days long-awaited full-length project, Traphouse Rock, was available to stream on RollingStone.com. From looking at my twitter feed, to reading various comments, the project was met with rave reviews with many reliable sources singing its praises. Traphouse Rock has been a year and change in the making, and it appears the KTD collective put their all into it.
Want to hear what all the fuss is about? Well, hit the jump for 15 new tracks from the Kids. Trap back.
Can’t wait to download Kids These Days’ debut full-length project tomorrow? Well, here’s something for you. Thanks to Rolling Stone, you can stream the project in it’s entirety below.
Hit the jump to check it out and check back tomorrow for the official release.
After premiering this one on 88.5 WHPK last night, Kids These Days come through with the mp3 of their latest single. After turning up for “Don’t Harsh My Mellow”, KTD slow up it a bit. Not mad at this one at all.
Hit the jump to check out a quick preview of the song’s accompanying visual, shot and edited by Austin Vesely. Traphouse Rock drops October 30th.
Kids These Days hit 88.5 WHPK to premiere their new joint “Who Do U Luv” tonight and decided to let the official release date for their free album, Traphouse Rock, fly — October 30th. If you missed the premiere of their new track, stay tuned as will be it available for everyone’s listening pleasure tomorrow. Excited yet? We are.
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It’s been a long time coming, but Kids These Days’ “Don’t Harsh My Mellow” is set to impact this Thursday. The track/video is the first official offering from KTD’s Traphouse Rock project.