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Kidd Kidd is next up to bat for the G-Unit 2.0 roster. Fellow Rida Gang member Precious Paris dropped her From Paris with Love mixtape back in February, now Kidd Kidd will follow that up with his own mixtape, Street Fameat the beginning of November.
Queen Bobbi caught with the New Orleans native recently at the 8th annual A3C (All 3 Coasts) Festival in Atlanta.
Check out her interview with him below via Mrsoldout.com.
Atlanta hosted its 8th annual A3C (All 3 Coasts) Festival Oct. 11-13. Fans and artists from around the country congregated to the Hip Hop Mecca to witness some of their favorite artists hit the stage and also network with some of the top shakers on the underground scene.
I had a chance to catch up with former Young Money, now G-Unit, rapper Kidd Kidd to talk about his upcoming mixtape Street Fame. The New Orleans bred MC, popular for the smash "Mrs Officer" with Lil Wayne, shared laughs about MySpace and broke down why his G-Unit partnership was fate.
Queen Bobbi: What brings you out to the a3c festival?
Kidd Kidd: I love the festivities, ya know what I mean, and the women too, and Atlanta. My partners Slow & Bucks shout outs to them.
You said that you were here for the women, of course. You’re from New Orleans right?
Of course man, downtown. 9th Ward, all day.
What’s the difference between New Orleans women and Atlanta Women?
Work! Atlanta women they get it in. New Orleans females be looking for you to pay their bills. In Atlanta a woman will pay your bills.
If I were a man, I would want somebody to pay my bills too! But I’m sure there’s nothing like a New Orleans woman, you must admit?
Oh no, they have beautiful women.
Are there any projects you’re out here promoting?
Yeah, I’m promoting my new singles, I’m dropping one called "New Warleans" featuring Juvenile, and I got another one called "Bend It Over" for the strip club. One for the streets, and one for the club.
How did you hook up with G-Unit and 50 Cent?
Fate. You know how people say; God has a plan for everybody. It really was fate because I was just grinding and it just so happen I got a call at 3 o clock in the morning and it was from 50. I don’t know how he got in touch with me, that’s why I say its fate. I never met him before, he was filming a movie in New Orleans, he liked my music and it was on from then.
When can we expect your album? Is it going to be your debut album on G- Unit?
The debut album is going to be dropping from G-Unit, but right now focusing on these mixtapes. I have the Street Fame mixtape coming out in the beginning of November, be on the lookout for that.
You mentioned that you have Juvenile on a song, what other features can we expect on Street Fame?
You can expect the G-Unit roster of course, I have my own team Rida Gang, expect them to be on the mixtape as well. I don’t want to do too many name drops unless it’s official because you can do songs with a people then when it’s time to put out the song, it’s something else. I got a couple of people in the works though that’s for sure. I got a joint on there with Jim Jones, that’s official so I can say that. Shout out to Jimmy.
You have a song with Jim Jones, did Chrissy ever pop up when you were in the studio?
Na, I never met Chrissy but she’s a G from what I see. [Laughs] Shout out to Chrissy.
Do you have any social media platforms, Twitter, Facebook where the fans can reach you?
Got to have that. Holla at me on Twitter @ItsKiddKidd.
I don’t be on Facebook anymore. Twitter and Instagram took over.
Do you have a Myspace, Kidd Kidd?
I had a MySpace, I haven’t logged into MySpace in so long, I don’t even remember my password to get on there if I was to try to get back on MySpace, [Laughs]
I think you have Queen Bobbi on your top 8; you just don’t want to tell anybody.
I think so too. [Laughs]
Well Kidd Kidd, Thank You so much.