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The Kid Bootz, started his affair with hip-hop in his school days, freestyling on the block and in the hallways. He began to build a name for himself by rapping at a vast amount of parties throughout the Texas area. The Kid Bootz' unique sound is built off golden age hip-hop and pop-rap, with a soul, gangster, and conscious mentalities. His musical inﬂuences span from Devin The Dude, to DMX, Eminem and Ron Isley, this varying taste in melodic sounds is what he credits for allowing him to resist conforming to a box and always being "the same.”
The Kid Bootz released a mixtape titled Loss Daze, with songs like "They Want That," a song and visual that gives insight into his feelings toward police violence and government issues. His follow up to the "Loss Daze" tape, "Summer On The 7", is everything we had hoped for. This project has music for every occasion, whether your trying to celebrate how you "Came Up" from the bottom, struggle to "Make A Way", or just about to "Heat It Up" in the club; he's got you covered. He also continues to give insight about social issues with another huge record entitled "Ain't Right" featuring fellow Texas native Sumo Bangas that seems to be gaining a lot of momentum as well. As He prepares to release another project in the 4th quarter (currently untitled), you can very well believe that The Kid Bootz is on the rise in the hip-hop world. And as always, ultimately he'd like people to understand that there is an authenticity that comes with listening to his music — he's nothing like everything they are used to. His music brings with it a message that you can achieve your goals and make your dreams reality through hard work and dedication. As he explains, “life isn't all about the club, parties, and turn-up music. Don't get twisted I'll Heat the club up in a second...but I would like people to take thought-provoking concepts with they are ﬁnished listening."
His goals are to transcend the microphone and become a well-known business person with a successful record label; for now, though, he’s dedicated to making uplifting, inspirational, and meaningful music that the masses can enjoy, without compromising his integrity as an artist/person. He’s in a lane of his own. Should the right situation present itself, he’d be primed to sign a major label deal; however, he understands that there’s nothing like being an independent artist. The Kid Bootz has the drive, talent, and the work ethic to make his dreams a reality.
Check out ''Too Long'' by The Kid Bootz ft. Digital: