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Kamaiyah is an American rapper, singer and former member of The Big Money Gang. She’s best known for her debut mixtape, A Good Night in the Ghetto. Her singles include “How Does it Feel” and “Break You Down”.
Kamaiyah’s was born on March 13’1992′ and she is 26 years old of age in 2019.
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Kamiyah receives a net worth is estimated to be $ 100k – 1m
Kamaiyah Windows Lyrics
Since landing a spot on the 2017 XXL Freshmen list, Kamaiyah has been moving by her own pace. The Bay Area rapper has been keeping her head low, putting in work to craft her upcoming project, which looks to be her most ambitious thus far. Yet the time of hiatus is coming to a close. Kamaiyah recently opened up about the future on IG, teasing her upcoming music in a hype-inducing post. ” I’ve been sitting on some good music for way too long and trust me when i say it’s happening now,” she writes, before teasing the impending arrival of “Windows.”
Today, the Tyga and Quavo-assisted single have landed in select international markets, dropping worldwide at midnight. Off the bat, Kamaiyah has kept the spirit of the Bay Alive on this one, employing a bouncy, percussive beat, dripping Hyphy characteristics. Kamaiyah feels at ease over such iconic soundscapes, though Quavo appears content to spit on cruise control, getting by on the strength of his charisma alone
Kamaiyah’s debut mixtape A Good Night in the Ghetto has no shortage of slaps, and it’s been on heavy rotation since its March release. Now, the East Oakland rapper has a new music video out for “Fuck It Up” featuring YG, whom she recently collaborated with on his single “Why You Always Hatin'” (also featuring Drake). She’s also currently traveling with YG for his Fuck Donald Trump Tour, whose title speaks for itself.
The FADER has been championing Kamaiyah’s work and produced the brand new “Fuck It Up” video. It features YG and Kamaiyah cruising around Oakland in lowriders and turning up with a big, hyphy, all-ages crowd at the sideshow. Basically, it’s as wild and fun as the track itself. Watch below.
Kamaiyah G Eazy
G’s 4REAL 4REAL is a bop – no more apparent than in the bottom half of the proceedings where the melodically-inclined Kamaiyah puts up a “Do Not Disturb” for all to see. YG’s allegiance to Kamaiyah is time-tested, without so much as a need for backtracking, but we’ll do it anyway.
Although Kamaiyah really rose to Internet prominence off the strength of her debut mixtape A Good Night in the Ghetto, it was on YG’s Still Brazy album that she forced herself into the conversation, and subsequently as the opening act on his Fuck Donald Trump Tour. G-Eazy’s “how’d you meet” story was altogether different. Upon learning of Eazy’s longtime interest, YG made plans for him to assume Nipsey’s spot on the second iteration of “FDT.”
After relocating to LA by way of the Oakland, California, G-Eazy propelled himself to main event status. On “Do Not Disturb,” he once again reminds us all that he’s come to LA, fully-vetted by E-40, with whom credits with facilitating the spike in his asking price. The “Sick Wid It” medallion that was bestowed to him ceremoniously,
Kamaiyah Windows Lyrics
Kamaiyah How Does It Feel
1. Why You Always Hutin?
2. Fuck it Up
4. How Does It Feel
5. Addicted to Ballin
6. Build You Up
7. The Bottle
9. Play In Me
10. Freaky Freaks
11. For My Dawg
12. 2017 XXL Freshman cipher
13. I’m On
15. Swing My Way
17. Break You Down
18. Mo Money Mo Problems
19. Dope Bitch
20. The Wave
22. Leave Em
24. Ain’t Goin Home
25. Come Back
26. Me Against Myself
27. Does She Know
28. Hoochie Hotline
29. How you want it
30. One Love
32. All I know
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Kamaiyah A Good Night In The Ghetto
A Good Night in the Ghetto is the debut mixtape by an American rapper and singer Kamaiyah. It was released on March 14, 2016. The production was handled by Drew Banga, CT Beats, DJ Official, Trackademicks, WTF Nonstop, Link Up, 1-O.A.K., and P-Lo. “F*ck It Up” features a guest appearance from YG.
Kamaiyah stated that she “wanted to make a soundtrack for the average 18-25-year-old who are thriving, living and having a good time”. She said, “I feel like a lot of music nowadays are hella dark, and I didn’t want to make a project that is dark.”
Music videos were created for “Out the Bottle”, “How Does It Feel”, “For My Dawg”, “F*ck It Up”, “Mo Money Mo Problems”, “I’m On”, and “Freaky Freaks”.
Complex placed it at number 21 on the “50 Best Albums of 2016” list. Pitchfork placed it at number 47 on the “50 Best Albums of 2016” list. Rolling Stone placed it at number 17 on the “40 Best Rap Albums of 2016” list. The Guardian named it one of the 15 best mixtapes of 2016.
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K’yanna Barber, a.k.a the “Kiki” named on Drake’s song “In My Feelings,” sat down for an interview with Power 106 FM to discuss her newfound fame.
Internet sleuths have already identified the Oakland dancer and rapper as the “Kiki” Drake refers to on “In My Feelings” when he raps “Kiki, do you love me?”. Barber confirmed in her interview that Drake is directly mentioning her, as he uses both her nickname “Kiki” and her initials “KB” in another line. Barber says that she met Drake through Oakland rapper Kamaiyah, who she used to dance for before transitioning to her own rap career.
Barber’s appearance may help settle the conspiracy that “Kiki” actually refers to Kanye West’s wife, Kim Kardashian – Kanye himself took Drake to task for the alleged slight in a series of Instagram videos, and Snoop Dogg cheered Drake on for what he thought was a diss aimed at Kanye.
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