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Kidd.CYNICAL

Aurora, Illinois, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | SELF

Aurora, Illinois, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2018
Solo Hip Hop

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Music

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"This Kid got barzzz"

This kid got barz. Never would've expected those lyrics from somebody his age. REAL Hip Hop. - Felix J


"Fire"

One love. Keep up the good work 100% - DJ Ell Ess


"Bars"

Bars *fire* - rlburnz


"Hip Hop"

FIRE - the_real_amess


"Dope"

this is dope - hotboy_ddawgg


"Goes Hard"

mad jay z vibes from the beat - OoGo


"Yes!"

Yessir! - Izzy


Discography

"Pavement Slaves" released 10/16/19

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Bio

BIO

Kidd.Cynical

 

My name is Allen, and today I am 15 years old. I am from Aurora, Il. Here’s a little background info. I’ve always felt different than other people. I’ve always had weird music taste, weird fashion choice, and weird interests. I remember being in 3rd grade listening to rock music and being made fun of because it wasn’t what other black kids my age were listening to.  Me and my big sister used to always make random little jingles for the most random situations. We could be driving on the highway and sing a song about being on top of the other cars. We had an idea for a song when I was 7 and she was 8. It was called “Silver Wolf”. It was god awful but we were just kids then singing songs because we saw people on tv doing it, and we thought it was cool. I started writing raps when I was 11. During the summer after 5th grade, my family was moving from Sunrise, Florida back to Aurora, Illinois. A few days before we moved, me and my sister recorded a song on her phone. We made the beat by banging on the inside of an empty closet. It was called “Party of The Century”. It was again, god awful, but when I kept listening back to it, I really liked my verse on it. I had this wild thought that I could be a rapper. I wrote raps until I was about 13 and started recording my songs. My first ever song was a song called “Yikes!”. It had clear early Tyler, The Creator and Earl Sweatshirt inspirations because I was really into horrorcore at the time. Around that time, I stopped just hearing music and I actually started listening to it. I began a search for music. During this time, I listened to all genres to see what I liked. I took a liking to bands like Panic! At The Disco and My Chemical Romance, and old school rap like Dr. Dre, Eazy-E and DMX, while still appreciating new school rap like Playboi Carti and XXXTentacion. I really got into rap when I was 14. I started with the music I liked then, which was mainly radio-friendly trap music and got very into the different subgenres of rap. I really liked how rap music was different than other genres in that it’s subgenres were communities in and of itself. Examples are trap metal, alternative rap, experimental rap, etc. From then and to this day, I’ve had a lot of respect and love for the art of rap and tried to replicate what I liked into my own music. Because of my music tastes, my songs varied from meme trap songs like “Dick In A Blender!” and “Valenlslime” to experimental songs like “Maggotskin” to more traditionally lyrical works like “Pavement Slaves” and “Alaska”. I want to spread a message with my music that I believe nobody should have to be scared to like what they like. It’s not about what other people are doing. I want my music to encourage others like me to be who they want and feel free to express themselves in whatever way they want to.

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