“The toughest thing about LA is staying out of the streets. Luckily I was able to be in a neighborhood where there was somebody who felt like they needed to help out and they set up a program where they had a bunch of music equipment and thing open for the community and I went over there with a couple of friends once and fell in love with the music side of things and that was from 16 years old.” — Kid Ink
Today, 1800 Tequila released the third installment of its groundbreaking “Enough Said Episodes” video series – this time starring rapper Kid Ink. Kid Ink joins Ray Liotta and Michael K. Williams in the series, which showcases the famed hip-hop recording artist preserving his streets–bred personality as his star continues to rise.
In the video, which includes the chart-topping single “Hell and Back,” Kid Ink talks about growing up in Los Angeles, using music to navigate the mean streets of Los Angeles, inspiring others to pursue there dreams and falling in love with hip-hop at 16 years old.
“One of the biggest things that attracts me to 1800® Tequila is the style and the vibe of everything. There was an ad with a bunch of different bottles and they were all tattooed up and they were done by tattoo artists. Being someone that’s into tattoos, that caught my attention.”
catch kid ink in cyberspace:
Twitter | @Kid_Ink
Instagram | @KidInk
Web | www.kidinkfullspeed.com