PreciseEarz.com had a chance to sit down with rising superstar Sy Ari Da Kid.
A Emcee out of Atlanta, Ga. Right now he has a single that’s blasting across airwaves which featured Atlanta’s own K-Camp. Sy Ari Da Kid has alot to say is this exclusive sit down.
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Sy Ari Da Kid (formerly known as “Da Kid”) was born on January 8, 1986 in Bronx, New York, but has been residing on the Northside of Atlanta, GA. for that past 17 years. He has two siblings and is the youngest amongst them. Sy was raised in a two-parent household and speaks highly of his parents through his music. He achieves this by sharing the values, morals, and first-class ethics instilled in him during his upbringing to include avoiding the negativity of the streets and avoiding the use of alcohol and drugs.
While trying to find an illustration for Da Kid’s music people usually compare it to Hip Hop. With his lyrically vicious tongue, Sy, the charismatic, metaphoric, mayhem, is currently working on his 13th mix tape since February 2012 (“THE ULTRASOUND 2 – THE BIRTH” hosted by TRAPAHOLICS and DJ Scream). While working on his own project, he has released the mixtape WORKAHOLICS with K-Camp. That has the hit single “BUSSIN”
In today’s society, it appears to be more up and coming artists than ears available to listen. An industry saturated with gimmicks, talent is often overshadowed and substance undervalued until now. Earning 11 recurring wins on Atlanta’s hip hop station Hot 107.9 for rap battling, Sy earned recognition for himself in Atlanta. Expanding his role in music, he educated himself on the art of song producing. He began to perfect production which caught the eye of a Grammy Award winning songwriter and producer, Brian Michael Cox, who signed Da Kid as a producer on his label. Due to this awe-inspiring opportunity, in 2006, Da Kid launched an independent record label (Arrogant Music). He has put out numerous of unfailing mix-tapes under his label such as The Ultrasound, Civil War, The Other Guys, Best of Kid parts 1, 2 & 3, Bad Boys for Life, Kendall’s Bumsauce 1&2, The Other Guys, and The Heartbreak Kid (which dropped in Feb. 2012 and caters to women). Sy’s escalation in music shows in one of his most recent releases “The Definition of Definition.” Some of the songs on this release stand out particularly Definition of Definition, If I Was A Trapper and This Aint Hip Hop. Also, through his music, Sy has branded his own humorous jargon which includes “YERT, TURKEY, KENDALL, WHEATTHINS, and BUMSAUCE” with BUMSAUCE being an all-time favorite for his fans because of the comical “BUMSAUCE” skits that are included as interludes on a few of his mix-tapes.
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