Kidd G announces ‘Down Home Boy’ debut album

Set will be available Sept 24th

Rising country phenomenon Kidd G reveals his highly anticipated debut album Down Home Boy is set for release on September 24th via a partnership with Rebel Music/Geffen Records and Big Machine Label Group imprint The Valory Music Co. The 14-track project was announced Friday (Sept 10th) via Kidd G’s social channels along with the official track list.

“I’m extremely excited about the release of my first album,” says Kidd G. “Each song tells a story. I wanted it to be well-rounded, fun and relatable and give the opportunity to show people who I am. I grew up listening to a wide range of music, everything from Jason Aldean, to Tupac and Juice WRLD, and those different influences come across in my songs. As an artist, I always want to be genuine and in the moment and I think people will feel that in this album.”

Co-writing each track on the album, Kidd G highlights his southern roots and relatability with recently released favorites “Summer In A Small Town” and “Paper Hearts (F-150)”. The genre-defying artist further teases the project with “Whiskey & Wine,” written by Kidd G, Bonnie Dymond, Christopher Luc Nyhus, and Dantavius Walker. In May, Kidd G released “Last Call” that shows the singer agonizing over a relationship.

Next up, Kidd G will embark on the much-anticipated Down Home Boy Tour where he will be performing alongside fellow country artist Spencer Crandall. Kicking off in Houston, TX this Fall and ending at the iconic Gramercy Theatre in New York, the seven stops will mark the first time that the 18-year-old headlines since gaining notoriety in 2020 with his viral hit “Dirt Road”. He broke the news of the tour on Instagram.

  1. Down Home Boy
  2. Paper Hearts (F-150)
  3. What It’s Like
  4. If Heaven Had A Phone
  5. 2000 & IDK
  6. Break Up Song
  7. Whiskey & Wine
  8. I Think I Love Her
  9. Summer In A Small Town
  10. Ordinary Girl
  11. Unknown Numbers
  12. You Could Use Me
  13. Folks Back Home
  14. Last Call

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