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C.KHiD isn’t a name I’m familiar with, but will certainly be lookin’ out for now that I’ve heard his track “Vegas Atlanta Harlem.”
It’s a fun track that has a summery feel to it, and features his knack for catchy hooks. With some solid verses and a laidback instrumental completing the track, it’s a dope song that now has a dope video to match.
Watch above and enjoy!
Formerly an NFL writer, Dilan Ames shifted his attention to writing about hip-hop two years ago and hasn't looked back. Despite a glorious two and a half semesters at community college and an embarrassingly brief stint at Berklee College of Music, he's done most of his development as a writer and music mind by hands-on, in-the-field work. He's conducted interviews with music artists, adult film stars and NFL Hall of Famers, but is most known as being "that guy that kinda looks like Action Bronson." - See more at: http://goodmusicallday.com/ourteam/#sthash.v9P1pj9V.dpuf