‘Bring It On’ adopts Kid D’s tropical production and versatile flows on the song.
Recently releasing his 4th album and his debut vocal project, Kid D is a true veteran in the UK urban scene and respected by many of the greats. This song ‘Bring It On’ is cut from the fresh project and acting as a post-album single release.
The 16 tracks feature some big names, including the likes of Devlin, Ghetts and fellow Lewisham Grime artist, Novelist. With this the second in the series behind ‘My Fragrance’, his following are very eager for this video.
Bulging with narrative during the poetic verses, supported by a melodic chorus of a catchy nature, Kid D displays this adaptive style on top of a well layered instrumental, making use of vocal sampling and other subtle harmonic elements.
A sedative vibe but still with energy, with a pull between the skippy drums and floating melodies.
Humid settings for the visual masterpiece, dreamy villas, and football pitches with an extreme view. This video has some serious calibre.
Kid D is joined by his friends as they display crystal clear summer vibes from start to finish whilst also delivering a great exclusive performance to the viewer creating a real connection.
Stepping into the limelight as a lyricist after his past movements as an emotive instrumentalist previously producing hits for the likes of Skepta, Wiley and Hardy Caprio, Kid D has brought his flair with ‘Substance’ and even more so with this next visual release.
Kid D – Bring it on [Watch]
Over a decade of experience and he is not showing any sign of slowing down now.