About The Kid Bootz:

Texas-native, The Kid Bootz, started his affair with hip-hop in his school days, freestyling on the block and in the hallways. He began to build a name for himself, though, by rapping at a vast amount of parties throughout the Texas area. With musical influences that span the melodic sounds of Devin The Dude, to DMX, Eminem and Ron Isley, Bootz credits his varying tastes for allowing him to resist conforming to a box and always being “the same.” His unique sound is built off golden age hip-hop and pop-rap, with a soul, gangster, and conscious mentalities.
He released a mixtape titled Loss Daze including an unforeseen smash hit “They Want That,” a song and visual that gives insight into his feelings toward police violence and government issues. The “Loss Daze” mixtape is followed up by the mid-2016 release of the “Summer On The 7” mixtape where The Kid Bootz puts together a slew of club bangers like “Heat It Up” featuring fellow Texas up and coming artist Nook Da Crook and also rubbing elbows with Texas veteran and presidential lifetime achievement award winner Lil Keke for “The Drop”. From the club to the courthouse, The Kid Bootz also weighs in on police brutality and problems with social injustices within the system with a song called “Ain’t Right” featuring yet another Texas artist “Sumo Bangas”. With these thought provoking concepts, monsterous beat selection, killer visuals, and witty understandable bars, The Kid Bootz is sure to be rising to the top of the entertainment totem pole sooner than later.
 The 2016 Christmas Eve release of his autumn recap “Fall On The 7”, the 2nd installment of “The 7 Series”, ensured us that he does not plan to slow down at all during the upcoming year. That, along with the latest release of the third chapter in “The 7 Series”, “Winter On The 7”, the music world is sure to be bombarded with a whole new list of vocals, visuals, and general entertainment in any way possible, The Kid Bootz is a “Must Watch” artist for the now, the near future, and the long-run of music entertainment.

Ultimately, he’d like people to understand that there is an authenticity that comes with listening to his music — he’s nothing like everything they are used to. His music brings with it a message that you can achieve your goals and make your dreams reality through hard work and dedication. As he explains, “life isn’t all about the club, parties, and turn-up music. I would like people to take thought-provoking concepts with they are finished listening.”

His goals are to transcend the microphone and become a  well-known business person with a successful record label; for now, though, he’s dedicated to making uplifting, inspirational, and meaningful music that the masses can enjoy, without compromising his integrity as an artist/person. He’s in a lane of his own. Should the right situation present itself, he’d be primed to sign a major label deal; however, he understands that there’s nothing like being an independent artist. The Kid Bootz has the drive, talent, and – most importantly – the heart, to make his dreams a reality.
“My sound is hip-hop. My music is feel-good. My music is inspirational.” ~ The Kid Bootz