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A Raw And Genuine Dive Into The Complexities Of Modern Relationships With Princekidd

Hailing from Kannapolis, North Carolina, Princekidd has captured the essence of vulnerability in his new release, "Loved Wrong."

As a self-made artist who wears many hats, including songwriter, singer, rapper, and producer, Princekidd showcases his undeniable talent in this latest offering. Drawing inspiration from Usher, Chris Brown, and Jhene Aiko, Princekidd weaves his unique sound, using music to create positive outcomes from negative situations.

The sincerity and emotion behind "Loved Wrong" become apparent as Princekidd delves into the complexities of modern relationships. The song explores the harsh reality that love, although pure and gentle in nature, can sometimes take a darker turn, leaving us feeling "loved wrong." This raw, genuine expression of pain resonates with listeners as it speaks to the universal experience of navigating love and heartache.

Princekidd's journey in music began as a therapeutic outlet to cope with depression. Over the past two years, he has honed his skills, transforming his emotional pain into a powerful, cathartic experience for himself and his audience. "Loved Wrong" reflects his growth as an artist, revealing a level of depth and vulnerability that is both refreshing and captivating.

As a self-taught artist, he handles everything from writing and performing to marketing and promoting. This hands-on approach to his music ensures that every aspect of the song is infused with his authentic vision, giving listeners a unique and intimate connection to his work.

Despite being relatively new to the music scene, Princekidd's accomplishments are impressive. After graduating from A.L Brown High School in Kannapolis, he has focused on creating a solid foundation for his burgeoning career. Although he has yet to collaborate with other artists, Princekidd is open to future partnerships that align with his mission of transforming emotional pain into something beautiful and healing.

"Loved Wrong" is available on all major streaming platforms, allowing listeners to dive into Princekidd's world of raw, genuine emotions. His music is a reminder that even in the midst of darkness, life can still be beautiful, filled with loyalty, love, peace, joy, and happiness. As Princekidd continues to make his mark on the music industry, fans can look forward to more soul-stirring, emotionally charged releases.

Welcome to BuzzMusic Princekidd, and congratulations on your latest release, "Loved Wrong." How has your experience with depression influenced your songwriting and overall approach to music?

I feel like the music is the main part of my healing. Being able to release the hurt, pain, and anger more positively has made my songwriting grow since I first started. I have some songs for therapeutic purposes, especially when I am upset about a situation that’s going on around me or I am a part of. What message do you hope listeners take away from "Loved Wrong" and your other releases?

Loved Wrong is about acknowledging what you’re going through or went through. Analyze and understand what is right and wrong. Know your worth and stand up for how you should be treated. My main message for “Loved Wrong” is “When you start loving yourself, you will never allow anyone to love you wrong…..” Are there any specific artists or producers you dream of collaborating with?

My biggest dream is to meet Jhene Aiko, Usher, and Chris Brown. I think my doing a song with Chris Brown is more like some fairy tale I have made up in my head. He is the inspiration for all this. How do you maintain authenticity in an industry that often values commercial appeal over raw emotion?

I maintain by staying in my own lane. I don't deal with it if it requires anything other than real true emotions that we all relate to. I stay out of the way. What goals do you have for your music career in the coming years, and how do you plan to achieve them?

My goals are to keep going up. Hopefully, it will inspire someone to become an artist and touch those struggling with life. I also would love to write songs for other artists as well.


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