KIDD ‘Murder My Flesh’ Album Cover Reveal
KIDD is sure to stand out both on iTunes at 100 pixels by 100 pixels, among the text heavy album covers attempting to do the same, as well as serve the people that enjoy artwork on a physical CD. KIDD and Infiltrate Music conveyed the album title (Murder My Flesh) in an artistic way that reflected the title without the gore. The album cover art started with a photograph foundation by Philip Rood. The design work was crafted by Italy based-world renowned, Alberto Seveso. Seveso is known internationally for his cover work on Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended, ESPN Magazine, Nikon, MTV, Burton Snowboards, and the New York Times.
At 16, KIDD is the youngest artist on the Infiltrate Music roster. KIDD has been working on his debut album for the last year in his hometown of Las Vegas as well as in Skrip’s studio in Chicago. A few free downloads have been released to give people a look at what he’s offering, such as “Martyr Music” ft. KamBINO, and Skrip’s song “Games. KIDD also contributed the lead single, “First World Problems” produced by Tyshane, for the upcoming Rapzilla.com compilation album ‘King Kulture: Stop The Traffic.’
Infiltrate Music launched their first release in January with ‘Und_rscore II‘ by Chicago native, Skrip. The album was well received and downloaded by 12,000. Infiltrate Music just released a music video for Skrip’s “Stop It” and it is the most popular video today on HipHopDX.com.
KIDD’s debut album is boldly titled ‘Murder My Flesh’ and will release on September 3rd. The realization and concept of Murder My Flesh comes from a vision that the Lord revealed to KIDD when he got saved. KIDD adds that it is “A struggle in the spiritual realm between good and bad – we always have to murder our flesh (die to self) as a daily routine.” ‘Murder My Flesh’ started as a movement when KIDD was 14, to influence people to not be ashamed or scared to reveal their struggles and temptations but to and deny themselves.
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