Kidd Kidd’s Nitemares Are Over

For the past two weeks, The RapFest has presented our exclusive series with Kidd Kidd. The G-Unit/Rider Gang representative recently released his mixtape Rapper’s Worst Nitemare, a collection of his favorite instrumentals which he adds his own spin to. For parts one and two of our series, Kidd Kidd flowed effortlessly over The Fugees Ready Or Not before unleashing his lyrical onslaught on Jay Z‘s classic, Can I Live.

In the final installment, Chris Zino steps behind the camera as Kidd Kidd brings his abstract rhyme to Meek Mill‘s Dreams and Nightmares (Intro). After delivering his freestyle, he tells The RapFest why he decided to use the instrumental on his mixtape. Watch Part 3 above.