Chance The Rapper and Kids These Days were recently on the road for their March Madness Tour. Here’s a recap of their time above. Chance’s project Acid Rap arrives April 30th.
Kids These Days kicks it with Life+Times for a Decoded segment, breaking down lyrics for their song ‘Who Do U-Luv’ off their album Traphouse Rock, which you can check out here.
While in New York City, Kids These Days chops it up with Peter Rosenberg at Hot 97 and talks about how the group first got together, their recent project Traphouse Rock, Chicago’s music scene, and more. Be sure to catch KTD at this year’s Coachella festival.
Phony Ppl and Kids These Days connect this holiday for ‘Mary Christmas’ as Elbee Thrie, Sheriff PJ, and Vic Mensa display a healthy amount of wordplay and bars on this track. This is extremely dope. Hopefully, this is foreshadowing to new material from these two groups collaborating again sooner than later. Listen to ‘Mary Christmas’ above.
Kids These Days releases a very dope visual, directed by Austin Vesely for their track ‘Doo Wah’. Be sure to check out the group’s new album Traphouse Rock right now.
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Kids These Days headlined a show at the Vic Theater in Chicago. Watch as this group, along with Chance The Rapper and the rest of the Save Money crew perform to a packed house in this recap above. Also, be sure to check out Kids These Days’ new project Traphouse Rock if you haven’t done so already.
The wait is over as Kids These Days releases their brand new free album Traphouse Rock today. The group delivers with an ecletic mix of orignial content spanning over various genres with this 15 track-project. We’re definitely proud of what KTD has put together and look forward to the success they will achieve in the near future. For now, be sure to grab Traphouse Rock after the jump.
Kids These Days follow up their extremely infectious visual for ‘Don’t Harsh My Mellow’ with new music, specifically a track titled ‘Bud Biliken’, which has a dope flip of Crucial Conflict’s ‘Hay’. KTD’s full-length album Traphouse Rock will arrive on October 30th.
We’re only a week away from the debut of Traphouse Rock, Kids These Days brand new free album. We’ve heard that this will be their most cohesive project to date and judging by their work ethic we expect nothing but quality music. Chicago has a great and diverse scene right now, with Kids These Days really pushing the limits musically. Check out the hand drawn artwork by David Silverstein for ILLAMERICA above and be sure to download the album right here on October 30th.
Kids These Days presents a smooth, melodic follow-up to ‘Don’t Harsh my Mellow’, the first single from their upcoming project Traphouse Rock, with ‘Who Do U Luv’. Traphouse Rock drops October 30th. Check out a short film for this track, directed by Austin Vesely below.