Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Cavalier Kidd

Webpage: http://www.reverbnation.com/cavalierkidd
Location: Chicago, IL, USA
Description: Cavalier Kidds sound can be described as a breathe of fresh air. Unlimited and diverse flow capabilities and witty lyrics and concepts make Cavalier Kidd an acceptional addition to the roster of mic titans gracing the the stage in the music industry.
Biography: Cavalier Kidd, a recording artist/songwriter/producer from Chicago, is the breath of fresh air that the windy city definitely needed. Cavalier Kidd is 1/3rd of the rap group Capital Hill representing the southside to the fullest. In 2007, Cavalier Kidd and fellow groupmates Capital Hill started their own production studio and recorded several mixtapes and began distributing them out at their live performances building a substantial buzz in the Chicago underground music scene. After receiving so much positive feedback MindSpray Music Entertainment was created by the trio as a conduit to release their own music projects with distribution being mainly through digital outlets such as Itunes, Amazon MP3 and Rhapsody, etc. With the next Capital Hill project still on the table Cavalier has decided to multi-task and venture into a solo project of his own by collaborating with local songstress/rocker Caroline Yohanan on his new single “M.U.S.I.C.”. With his debut solo album “Analyze This” still in production, Cavalier Kidd is building so much buzz from the single that the masses will be salivating for the album to drop.


“Cavalier Kidd holds down a solid sound that can be described as mid-west rap. Smooth rhythms without giving up the hard and heavy nature of rap, is one way to describe this free flowing lyricist. From sexually charged lyrics on "Splash", and battles with his subconscious on "Bi-Polar", to childhood reminiscing lyrics on "80's Babies", Cavalier Kidd can both appeal and intrigue many types of hip hop fans. There is no doubt about it, this is pure rap, but there is no denying old school hip hop influences can be heard in his songs.”

Paul Ruth-The Independent Music Scene (www.theindependentmusicscene.com)

“Local spitkicker Cavalier Kidd’s tale of two personalities cruised past the competition. Bi-Polar is a worthy hip hop head trip, featuring blaring horns and a bouncy beat. The theme-vaguely reminiscent of Eminem’s Guilty Conscience song-scores points for adventurousness.”

Kyra Kyles-The Kyles Files #trackoff contest( www.redeyechicago.com/kylesfiles )

“Cavalier proved he can rock the show. His votes and performances in Chicago makes him one of the perfect choices for The Best Of The Midwest. See him perform with Capital hill in the kick off show.”

Hustle Films- The Best Of The Midwest Contest (www.hustlefilms.com )

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