Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Lah-Kid

July 29, 2010

Filed Under: Don't Quit Your Day Job

Weigh In – Should Lah-Kid Quit HIs Day Job?

BIO:

“One of the humblest cat’s you will ever meet” are a few words said by manager Rico White, that seem to describe Milwaukee rapper Tristan “Lah-Kid” Brown, perfectly You would think that a popular well known cat such as Lah-Kid would be ready to give fans a quick glance followed by a cold shoulder. Makes sense right? Enough rappers do it, don’t they?

Life hasn’t been really easy for Lah, life on the streets isn’t really easy for anybody. Everyone has something that they turn to, for some it’s a ‘puff puff pass’ sort of world, others drink in the gutters but for the Lah it was lines. He went from selling to spitting them. Rap was something he could do for fun and for free during his teenage years. After high school he started to take his skills and love for the beats to a professional level.

It wasn’t long before he admittedly started to fall in love with rap and was ready to let hip hop save his life.

Having worked with his main producer Reason from the 4AR Music Group, for majority of his songs. Lah was also asked to feature on multiple tracks for Reason’s personal project “The Pandemic”. Along side other MKE artists such as: On business, Ray Rizzy, Ray Nitti, Pizzle and HP. Lah saw the Compilation as a great opportunity to work with and learn from his fellow artists and a great experience in furthering his career

His newest mix tape CMK Season 2 (Crown Me King) is spreading across the MKE (Milwaukee) music scene with live performances in clubs, award shows and local charity events. CMK is available now at datpiff.com. (http://www.datpiff.com/profile/LAHKID) While Lah’s latest single “Can She Do It” is already getting spins in the club and his upcoming album “Lamborghini Dreams” has been blessed in the studio and ready for release. One could say the Milwaukee rapper is doing big things. And no one can deny that Lah is definitely putting in all the dedication needed to his work, and then some.

Click below to listen to Lah-Kid on The Morning After.

Here are Lah-Kid’s submissions:

Buckle Up

Ima Get It

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