Zero The Kidd is an upcoming artist in Boynton Beach Florida, racking up a total of 10 million plays in his first year of making music, while appearing in magazines and various media sources. He discovered music from a very young age. His dad and uncle were both rappers. Zero The Kidd learned how to play the violin in 2nd grade and the piano in 3rd grade. By proving to have an eclectic ear for tones and textures on his track, “Waves”, he asserts himself as a serious performer who’s taken his recent praise with the utmost seriousness. Zero The Kidd’s most intriguing quality – aside from his confident everyman vibe, and his gift for turning phrases with a dexterous ease – is his willingness to carve out his own lane.
In listening to his new single, you get the sense that he’s actually expressing himself, as opposed to merely regurgitating tired metaphors and clichéd premises. Zero The Kidd is willing to wear his heart on his sleeve. His passion is palpable, as announces his superior status and warns off haters on “Wave”.
The track is easily digestible in terms of its listenability. It breezes by with its modernly textured instrumentation and heavy, sweeping beat. It’s tailor-made for your car’s stereo system, so put it to use. The track rumbles over a vibrant trap-like beat while the song can also be considered an empowering motivational anthem for anyone up against the masses.
The beat is pretty intoxicating, but it’s Zero The Kid’s delivery that’s mesmerizing, as he pours out his soul. The rapper continuously speaks his mind, earning his seat in the front row of unabashed honesty. This track kicks ass; I absolutely love this thing.
Zero The Kid’s delivery and vocal performances on this track is incredible. He sounds very energetic, but is still able to be introspective grabbing your attention all the way through. He has some tight flows on “Wave” and he shows the necessary emotion in the song.
Zero The Kid projects his emotions, hoping the truth will bring him comfort: “These niggas got no plays. I got the juice and these niggas got no taste. All in my face cause they wanna ride my wave.” He is very entertaining to listen to and he fits perfectly on the beat. It’s rare nowadays to find a young artist with Zero The Kid’s potent combination of charisma and wordplay.
It’s usually very hard to make noise in music when some of your neighbors and neighbor states are shaking charts in a whole different way, but Zero The Kid has shown with “Wave” it takes guts, and honesty to build a captivating track. Zero The Kid doesn’t need a radio hit to propel him into the public eye just yet.
He only needs his genuine artistry to slowly and steadily take him there while he perfects his craft. In the meantime, with no forewarning, he’s just given us a sharp and compact statement on “Wave”.
It’s just a quick and efficient declaration of supremacy and confidence, a warning to not underrate him in any way. Zero The Kid is definitely in his comfort zone here, and will have fans clamoring for more music soon.