Known for his string of hits “Hot Nigga,” “Toolied Up,” and “Ice Tea,” Florida’s own Soldier Kidd had a red-hot beginning in the streets, but everything came to screeching halt due to false allegations that he was responsible for the death of hip-hop superstar and fellow Florida-native XXXTentacion. Fighting to claim his innocence both in and out of the streets, Kidd was able to prove his non-involvement and regain fan support, which quickly led to a second lease on his career. Soldier Kidd released his latest project, Kamikaze, on April 26th. The project’s promotional campaign began with its lead single, “First Degree.”
Filmed by Tazerboy Production, “First Degree” sees the small-screen interpretation of the Nolinski-produced street anthem as nothing short of a ghetto masterpiece, capturing the white flag general in his element. Soldier Kidd returns to his natural state in the new video, and fans can’t get enough of the rough and aggressive street persona that made him a fresh sensation.
Kamikaze is a ten-track project, inspired by the iconic debut album of Chicago-legend Twista. Soldier Kidd pays homage to that classic body of work with a similar concept and wordplay on the new effort. Humble, charismatic, trendy—Soldier Kidd is back where he needs to be like he never skipped a beat on his rise to the top.
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Watch “First Degree” now: