Kidd Kazmeo
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Kidd Kazmeo


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Vegas is a town notorious for giving the green light to tourists and natives to explore an uninhibited good time. Those are the words “uninhibited good times” that Kazmeo favors when seducing the beats to his new songs from what he calls his favorite girl; a Korg Triton keyboard. Making his move to Vegas was a gamble Kazmeo needed to take to accelerate his career and broaden his fan base. As an opening act Kazmeo livened up the party for Warren G in November of 1999 to hosting and opening the after party for the ‘Up In Smoke’ tour for Dr. Dre & Snoop in early 2000. Kazmeo has also opened for the ever popular ‘Roots’ in Salt Lake in the heart of downtown at Bricks and played at the 2002 Winter Olympics. The ever professional and consistently driven Kazmeo takes pride in offering a style that he has created to popularize funky, smash heavy beats. Kazmeos own happy upbeat nature and club party mixes are what he brings to clubs across the country like that of Club Myst located in the heart of Phoenix; where Kazmeo is a popular guest DJ. Since his move to Sin City, Kazmeo has hooked up with a new team of industry move makers. Kazmeo’s new representation; J. Carter Hunt Management, has afforded Kazmeo the opportunity to showcase more of his bass heavy beats and stuttering, futuristic production style in this his sophomore album 'Just Got Here'. Kazmeo offers the hip hop scene a stylistic and unadulterated bevy of unexpected beats and lyrics. ‘You really haven't done it til’ you do it with a big boo!’ A motto best described by Kazmeo in his lyrical rage on the more lithe population in his new hit ‘Big Boy Shake’ which pokes fun at those guys hitting the scales at a cool 200 and under. Kazmeo takes the lead in the new movement for the heavier population citing Mo’Nique and Bruce Bruce as big influences on why it’s ok to be on the thicker side of the bathroom scale. Also inciting lyrical prowess is Kazmeo’’s hook in the pop charting hit OK? mentions of Club Playboy the newest addition to the burgeoning Maloof dynasty, Kazmeo refers to Hugh Hefner as the ‘‘Real O.G.’’ Who taught us how to ‘pop bottles, date models, gettin’ wet up in the grotto..’ his goal, not only to follow in the steps of the Maloofs and Hefner, Kazmeos goal is to set a precedence in the music industry. Kazmeo prides himself in mixing and producing each beat and writing each lyric carefully as he crafts and produces his hits so as to avoid replicating another song or current hit.’I don’t dismiss the current hits I only avoid repeating the same song. I hit it up with my style. I get it D1.’ Kazmeo has also created his own dictionary of words such as D1 (done), G1 (gone), all of which is playfully entwined into the lyrics of his music. Kazmeo is a ‘‘Sin City’’ player who makes it a point to not take so seriously this business of music. Creating a fun atmosphere for his fans and unassuming consumers is his bottom line, more recently Kazmeo has stated that he’’s ‘‘Serious about not being SO serious!’’ This album not only validates his production skills; it offers what party happy consumers are looking for, lyrics and hook heavy beats that are intricately woven into the fabric of a good time. Check out the new single Big Boy hitting the online market I-Tunes, CD Baby, Burn Lounge & Rhapsody as soon as Sept. 1, 2006.