KIDD G OFFERS FANS THE ULTIMATE “BREAK UP SONG”
NASHVILLE, TN (May 28, 2021) – Amassing over 100 million streams and drawing praise from Billboard and more, fast-rising Country star Kidd G shares a new break up anthem entitled “Break Up Song,” out today via Rebel Music / Geffen Records. Written by Kidd G, Rhett Akins, and JT Harding, the new song is available now at all digital retailers along with its accompany music video, which seamlessly brings to life the experience of moving on after a relationship ends. Listen HERE and watch the music video HERE.
On the track, the buzzing singer and songwriter waves goodbye to an ex with clever and catchy barbs and an unshakable guitar riff. He toasts on the chantable chorus, “Cheers to a breakup song, Forever 21, I’ll party all night long,” before admitting, “The worst part is I even had to make this song!”
Earlier this month, Kidd G dropped the yearning “Last Call,” which has already gathered half-a-million total streams and north of 567K YouTube views on the music video. It notably marked his first release under the alliance of Rebel Music / Geffen Records and Big Machine Label Group’s The Valory Music Co., which was announced exclusively via Billboard.
Be on the lookout for more music very soon from Kidd G.
Along with officially surpassing 100K subscribers on YouTube last month, he recently enlisted longtime country music heavyweight Colt Ford to assist with a remix to his viral hit song “Down The Road”. Both achievements arrive on the heels of Kidd G’s full-length project, Teenage Dream: 1000 Miles from Georgia, the deluxe version of his debut EP, Teenage Dream, a six-track project which features a collision of potent beats and gritty yet melodic guitar work working together on the 18-year-old’s first solid body of work. Throughout the EP, that sound creates a powerful backdrop to the slice-of-life songwriting many fans first discovered on “Dirt Road” — the October 2020 release that quickly landed on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and amassed 5 million YouTube views in little over a month on the official music video (16M views to date). The Georgia-bred singer/songwriter recently caught the attention of CMT, who hailed his music as “earwarming and undeniable”, and THE NEW YORK TIMES, who exclusively profiled him earlier this year online and in print.