Kid Ink just released his 2nd studio album “In My Own Lane” January 7th 2014. There were a lot of mixed views about his album, however the numbers don’t lie. Kid Ink’s “In My Own Lane” reached 50,000 the first week and was number 2 on the Billboard and iTunes charts on the week of release. This album shows a greater progression and break-through in his rap career than from his first independent album “Up and Away”. The Los Angeles native emcee reintroduces himself with this album, which features artists such as Chris Brown, Tyga, Pusha T, Elle Varner, August Alsina, Meek Mill, and many more.
There was also great production by some of the most hottest current producers in the game such as DJ Mustard, The Runners, The Futuristics, and more as well. On the album you get a mixture of different sounds from pop-rap mainstream club anthems such as “Show Me” and “Iz U Down” to a gritty street sound with the track “Murda”. Kid Ink is proving himself to be more than just another “new rapper” but he has a long way to go to be considered a threat in the game. In the meanwhile he is very happy with the success of his album and he further discusses his album, production, and sales of the album in the Breakfast Club interview below.