Kid Ink is moving right along with the promotional efforts for his debut album, My Own Lane. Today, he returns with a visual for “Iz U Down,” featuring Tyga, in tow.

It’s been a long time coming, but Kid Ink finally delivered his major label debut My Own Lane yesterday. To celebrate its release, he unveiled the visual for “No Miracles,” featuring Elle Varner and Machine Gun Kelly.

During a pivotal point at Kid Ink’s listening session for his debut album, My Own Lane, the extensively-tattooed rapper’s manager, DJ Ill Will expressed the need for fans to support West Coast artists that have made it over the initial hump of general recognition.

Fans have a little under a month to go until Kid Ink delivers his major label debut, My Own Lane. Fortunately, the rapper has been more than gracious with releases like this Tyga-assisted track “Iz U Down.”

RCA Records is giving Kid Ink the opportunity to separate himself from many of his peers and release another project off the strength of his hard work and hustle.

Kid Ink is all about giving back to fans that support his movement. To commemorate receiving one million on Facebook, the West Coast native liberated a new track called “Fired Up,” featuring Styles P.

Name: DJ Mustard Age: 23 Born: L.A. Credits: Y.G., 2 Chainz, Tyga, Ty Dolla $ign, Bow Wow, Kid Ink, T-Pain, Ludacris, Young Jeezy

Hip-Hop has been renown for their summer jam concerts and such but Big Boy’s Neighborhood and Power 106 have a show that’s going to bring serious heat this winter.

You can see a sense of Darwinism happening in the growing pool of Los Angeles rappers. A certain good kid from Compton currently rests comfortably as the king of all he surveys on his coast, but the list of talented, local wordsmiths span way past him and his TDE Clique. With that, we place a […]

The sunny streets of California are exempt from the bone chilling winter that’s forthcoming to other spaces in the country. Los Angeles’ own Kid Ink takes advantage of this blessing in a visual for “Sunset.”

Kid Ink keeps it so West Coast in the visual for “I Know Who You Are,” featuring Casey Veggies. Together, the two young wordsmiths hit a few boutiques around Los Angeles’ Fairfax area to capture the vision.

Kid Ink returns with an upbeat single called “Show Me” set to appear on his forthcoming debut album. He didn’t come alone either; singer Chris Brown assisted with a smooth chorus.