MC Kidd.T Gave Up College To Pursue His Dream Of Being A Rapper

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MC Kidd.T was born on Chicago’s west side, Austin Neighborhood and later moved to Logan Square, Chicago where he began experimenting with music.

In 2017, Kidd.T released three projects and several YouTube music videos generating a small underground buzz.

Kidd.T has done all his business and music contributions alone with no management or co-signs although Kidd.T is open for those opportunities.

As an independent artist Kidd.T is growing, and it’s only a matter of time before the Chicago native rockets to fame.

In the “False Claims” music video, Kidd.T gets heartbroken by his girlfriend who doesn’t want to be with him anymore after promising a long-term relationship.

This causes Kidd.T to go into a dream that results in another heartbreak by his new lover because he can’t seem to get over his girlfriend.

In the “False Claims” music video, Kidd.T gets heartbroken by his girlfriend who doesn’t want to be with him anymore after promising a long-term relationship.

This causes Kidd.T to go into a dream that results in another heartbreak by his new lover because he can’t seem to get over his girlfriend.

The music video was directed by Kidd.T, filmed by Ryder Visuals, and edited by Soldier Visions.

After parting ways with college to pursue music full-time, Kidd.T is set to release his first project of 2018 entitled “Darkstar,” executive produced by Bay Area Producer CG Beatz, on June 1st.

Kidd.T named his project Darkstar because he simply feels like one. He feels overlooked for his talents receiving little to no opportunities because he doesn’t produce or embody the traditional Chicago drill music sound and image.

After giving a versatile style sound, a unique image, and a positive aura, Kidd.T knows this project will get the eyes on him. “Darkstar” is available now via iTunes and other stores.