• Exclusive Interview

    Kid Ink Names His Five Favorite Hip Hop Albums

    The LA rapper throws it back to Mase and Biggie while also discussing what inspires him

    Despite being a West Coast native, Kid Ink revealed that his top five albums growing up spanned coast to coast. The "Body Language" rapper listed a few classic LPs, including Life After Death by The Notorious B.I.G., No Way Out by Puff Daddy and the debut project from Mase, Harlem World.

    He also answered fan questions about his favorite artists, expanding his tour schedule, and what inspires him. Shouting out his mom for keeping him surrounded by music, Kid Ink also discussed his appreciation for underdogs.

    "Seeing other people succeed and do what they want to do inspires me to do what I want to do, and it gives that motivation. I'm trying to do that for other people—be that person that inspires people."

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