Nyasha Kada, Entertainment Reporter
UK based Nigerian rapper, Kida Kudz, has revealed he is not familiar with any Zimbabwean artistes but is interested to meet and work with some of the artistes some day.
Kida recently released a cover video of “Hit em up” as tribute to the late Tupac Shakur.
In an interview with H-Metro, Kida Kudz said:
“I know a couple of deejay mixes on YouTube but I’m not familiar with any particular artists but would love to meet and work with some guys there(Zimbabwe) and get to know more people n the scene.”
He also spoke about his song “Ball Till We Fall” and his forthcoming projects.
“Ball Till we fall was made in an apartment by me and my friends with a mic hanging at the table, prod by JMK and Jenio.
” It’s about, a bully song.
“When I was thinking about the title it reminded me of cash money and Lil Wayne in the 90s, that was the energy we were challenging and it reminded me of their jam in the documentary.
” 1997 unreleased cash money documentary.
“Tape is out in July, hopefully we’ll be back out there playing live and working on the next batch of music.
” We have’ already got some ideas and working with some people who I already have, know and love as well as some new exciting features can’t wait to share it with my fans, ” he said.
Asked whether the Covid-19 lockdown had affected his creativity he said:
” I wouldn’t say my creativity has been affected by COVID, some studios have operating and I can work and write from home.
“The main area it’s affected me is the live space.
” I love the crowds and being able to share my music with people in that environment and I just can’t wait to get back on the road.”