Jiggy boy, Kida Kudz drops new fire anthem “Animalistic”. The UK based Rapper and Songwriter, Olukayode Odesanya professionally known as Kida Kudz drops “Animalistic” as his first tune for 2021. This is a follow up to his debut 3 tracked EP “Jiggy pack vol.1 ” released in 2020. He presents this tune from the platform of Jiggy Boyz Entertainment.
With his unique and vibrant sound, he serves up edgy lyrics on bouncy beats. He has a distinct style that sets him apart from the crowd.
Jiggy Jiggy Boyz
Rhymes and rhythm
Animalistic, I’m a beast from within
Where you come from
Whats your origin?
Got a dream but you’re not committing
Bad fruits, better start vomiting
Might forget but I’m not forgiving
Hardest out, ain’t no comparison
Jombo when I blow my medicine
Loc my hair like a rasta
Production credits to UK based DJ and Singer, Studio Magic. Click here to listen to Animalistic
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