New Hip Hop from  Sy Ari Da Kid it’s “Hood Baby”

Sy Ari Da Kid gained notoriety through battle rapping, but to put his music in a box would be too limiting. In recent years, rappers have been mixing genres and adding parts of R&B, Pop, and Soul into their hip hop releases. For Sy Ari Da Kid, he says “the sky’s the limit” when it comes to the type of sound he creates and his most recent work often merges elements of R&B in with his striking lyricism. What started out as a hobby in 10th grade, has allowed Sy Ari Da Kid to garner millions of listeners across the world and collaborations with some of the most talented artists in the industry.
Born in the Bronx, Sy Ari Da Kid moved to Atlanta at a young age and developed his career as a rapper and songwriter right out of high school. Since the release of The Ultrasound in 2011, he’s been going strong, dropping a solid discography fueled with impressive bars and witty wordplay. Following his debut, he’s since delivered projects like S.O.O.N, Better Safe Than Sy Ari, and B4 the Heartbreak and boasts over 32 Million streams on stand out single “TLC”. He completely opened up his R&B audience with collaborations from Bryson Tiller on “Priorities” and proves that songwriting is one of his strong suits.
“A Toxic Heartbreak” is the most recent release from the artist and another example of an R&B infused record from Sy Ari. His use of brazen, yet vulnerable lyrics makes for a reliability that is as tangible as his real following. From performing in London to cities across the US, there’s no telling what’s next for Sy Ari Da Kid.


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