Coming on with a style that's both tough and swift, New Orleans rapper Kidd Kidd was associated with two hip-hop empires -- Young Money and G-Unit -- before he even had an official solo release. Born Curtis Steward, Kidd Kidd was a New Orleans street performer until he was signed to the Young Money label by Lil Wayne. He joined Gudda Gudda in the Southern-based Young Money act Squad Up, but in 2004, the group was off the label, although Kidd Kidd would rejoin Young Money in 2008. In 2011, with no solo album released, he left Young Money and joined 50 Cent's label G-Unit. In 2014 he was featured on 50 Cent's album Animal Ambition and joined Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and 50 in G-Unit the group. ~ David Jeffries
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