Kidd G is a young artist whose sound has a unique fluidity. His new album, Teenage Dream, has reached the Top 3 of Billboard’s heatseekers albums chart. He’s currently touring with Spencer Crandall.
Teenage Dream peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s heatseekers albums chart
Teenage Dream was one of the defining LPs of a new golden age of mega-pop. It debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart in 2010, and reached the top of the Hot 100 with five of its singles. “I Kissed a Girl,” “Victorious,” and “California Gurls” were all top-five hits. In addition, the album featured three pre-album singles.
In fact, Teenage Dream is so good that it even landed a spot on Spotify’s ‘Hot Country Artists to Watch’ list for 2021. Moreover, it’s also the first album by a Korean group to chart on the Heatseekers Albums chart.
Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream has sold more than 3 million copies in the U.S., and its lead single, “Dream,” has sold over 4.5 million downloads. The track has already entered the top five on the Billboard Hot 100, and it’s predicted to become her fifth number-one hit.
Another album that has hit the mark is Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album. The album has accumulated 88 nonconsecutive weeks in the top 10 on the Billboard 200, and it’s now the sixth-best position for an album in that ranking since 1956.
He’s a trailblazer among the Gen-Z demographic
One of the most exciting things about this multi-faceted young sexpando is his willingness to go all in on his chosen passion. In fact, this sexpundo is a big reason why he’s the most affable man you’ve ever met.
It is no secret that Kidd G is a devoted fan of all things country, but it isn’t all about the beefcakes and the ladies. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that he has put together a slew of hit-making duos for his upcoming tour, the People Talk Now.
Moreover, he isn’t afraid to slap on a ring. The list of winners is an eclectic mix of the best and the worst of the breed. Considering this isn’t a normal occurrence in today’s music business, it is safe to say that this will be one of the last acts to be heard of.
He’s a study in fluidity
Kidd G has a knack for breaking through the boundaries of country music. The Georgia native has a background in hip hop and has been influenced by Juice WRLD. His debut EP was released last Thanksgiving.
Now, he has a huge following on TikTok, has signed to Dustin Castellow and Willie Jones, and is on a national tour. He also collaborated with Breland for the “Dirt Road” remix.
At age 16, Kidd G’s first viral hit, Dirt Road, helped him refocus on his music. Kidd G also tapped friend Nolie Beats for production.
Kidd G has a strong passion for hip-hop and country. He records fast and posts videos regularly. He has a large following on Instagram and TikTok. Currently, he is on the People Talk Now Tour.
Kidd G is a fan of artists such as Juice WRLD. His approach to making music is rooted in hip-hop, but he has also drawn inspiration from other respected musicians throughout each space. For instance, he drew inspiration from artists such as Lil Uzi Vert and Leah Marie Mason for his “Love Isn’t Real” single.
He’s on tour with Spencer Crandall
Teenage hip-hop artist Kidd G has announced a nationwide tour in support of his debut album Down Home Boy. The tour will feature performances alongside fellow country music star Spencer Crandall.
Kidd G is known for his blend of hip-hop and country. He grew up in a small town in Georgia and started posting songs with Nolie Beats. Now, he’s teamed up with The Valory Music Co., a division of the Big Machine Label Group.
He was recently named to Billboard’s “21 Under 21” list. His latest single, “Dirt Road,” hit the top of the Billboard chart.
Kidd G has been a fan of country music since childhood. His love for music is evident in the music on his new album. It’s full of honest songwriting and his signature Georgia twang.
Kidd G recently teamed up with Willie Jones and Dustin Castellow. Together, they are recruiting Nashville newcomers for their upcoming tour.
The Down Home Boy Tour will kick off in Houston, TX and finish at the Gramercy Theatre in New York. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, July 28 at 10 am CT.