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Don't Even Try To Save, "Face," With Kidvika, He's On Another Level

Hip-hop artist, Kidvika has been keeping busy with all aspects of his musical career. As a multifaceted artist, producer, and engineer from Reno, Nevada, the self-made rapper has an explosive catalog with many self-produced tracks, on top of collaborative records.

Teaming up with Hip-hop artist, ARSN, and producer extraordinaire LeQ, Kidvika is fresh off the release of his latest hit, “Face.”

Swooping over us with the bass-heavy bop titled, “Face,” Kidvika offers up his larger than life persona as he serves his audience on a silver platter. The jauntiness in his vocal delivery provides his fan base with a thought-provoking listening experience as they take in the heated simmer of, “Face.” Not a stranger to collaborations with ARSN, and LeQ, the dynamic trio that offers up their talents is a force to be reckoned with as the melodic ventures seep through your headphones.

Flaunting their compelling energies in well-scripted lyrics that touch on being fed up, and having no time to play games with those rolling the dice, they flex their enigmatic selves as they have everyone tuned in aspiring to be as carefree. How the production seamlessly meshes together like the final pieces of a puzzle is more than desired in the performance of, “Face.”

Kidvika proves to us once again that he only delivers a top-quality product, and those sleeping on his need to stop hitting the snooze button. Wrapped up in his artistic versatility, heavy lyricism, and turbulent cadences, Kidvika is steadily making a name for himself as he puts his stake into the ground.

Discover Kidvika's "Face" here.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Kidvika, and congratulations on the release of your latest hit, “Face.” As you teamed back up with ARSN and LeQ for this project, could you please take us into

what the creative process looked like to bring this song to life?

The creative process was actually way different for this song than most of my records. Usually my producer LeQ would send the beat and I would immediately start making the song. When LeQ sent the beat over for ‘Face’, I sat on it for days. I showed ARSN the beat over facetime and he immediately started rapping which automatically made me want to write. I sent the beat over with the hook and when ARSN sent his verse back, I had just finished my verse. It felt like it was meant to be.

Was there any particular story or moment that inspired the lyrics to this track?

What inspired the hook was the people I went to school with. When they saw what I was talking about in school come to life, they were shocked. I couldn’t believe the look on their faces. It was almost as if they saw a ghost because nobody could believe what was happening right in front of them.

What musical and non-musical influences do you allow to speak into the music that you create?

My influences are random. I think my biggest influences come from my teenage years. A memory will pop up and I’d put it in a song. Or I would see somebody from my past on social media and that could spark an idea, it really just depends.

How have you found yourself developing as an artist from your first release to now?

For me, developing as an artist from my first song to my last song was weird to see now that I think about it. I tried a lot of different strategies and made a lot of different music but I think that's what made me who you see and hear today.

What can we expect to see next from you?

You can expect to see a ton of content from me this year. Not only more music but visuals and hopefully shows by the end of the year. I’ve been working on a few things behind the scenes that should come out between spring and summer so be ready for that!



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