Naledge (of Kidz In The Hall) - Turn Off

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Polow da Don / No I.D.
Album:
Untitled Sophomore LP

The 18th entry in our exclusive freestyle series comes courtesy of Naledge, one-half of ‘hipster-hop’ duo Kidz In The Hall.  The Chi-town emcee, who spits over an industry instrumental by Polow Da Don and No I.D. (originally from Keri Hilson‘s Turnin’ Me On) on his brand new Turn Off freestyle, is currently preparing to release a Mick Boogie-hosted solo project entitled Chicago Picasso, as well working with KITH production partner Double O on a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed sophomore album, The In Crowd. In addition the duo have teamed up with Reebok on a new marketing campaign, to be launched this month.  Fans can catch Kidz In The Hall at this year’s South by Southwest festival, as well as at the upcoming Winter Music Conference.

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