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Sy Ari Da Kid ft K Camp 'Popular'

NEW MUSIC: Sy Ari Da Kid ft K Camp 'Popular'
NEW MUSIC: Sy Ari Da Kid ft K Camp 'Popular'
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Sy Ari Da Kid featuring K Camp, "Popular" is picking up attention on major radio stations throughout the US, including Atlanta, St. Louis, Memphis, Raleigh, Indianapolis, Houston, Birmingham, Charlotte, Richmond, Columbia, SC, and more! It can also be heard in clubs throughout the US, all over the Atlanta market and featured on more than 75 mixtapes.

You can listen to Popular on Soundclound

Sy Ari Da Kid also recently dropped Ultrasound 2: The Birth, hosted by DJ Scream, Trap-a-holics, DJ Iceberg and DJ S.R. The Birth includes hit single, "Popular," and also includes a special, track, "300 Spartans," that is approximately ten minutes in length and features a collaboration with more than 20 artists and producers

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The Atlanta-based artist has received support from music industry veterans for his flow, lyrics and genuine hip-hop sound. Like all of his music, each track on The Birth speaks to personal, real-life experiences and includes both Southern Rap and New York-style Hip-Hop.


Sy Ari Brockington, better known by his stage name “Da Kid,” and now, “Sy Ari Da Kid,” was born in Bronx, NY and moved to the Northside of Atlanta, GA at the age of 9. Much like his personality, his music is a unique blend of the two cultures and cities –both of which he considers home. In his most recent project, Ultrasound 2: The Birth, which features hit radio single “Popular,” he combines New York-style hip hop and Southern Rap. While he’s recording, Sy “writes” each song off the top of his head, and speaks to his personal, real-life experiences through matter of fact lyrics and a distinctive style that’s not comparable to anyone else.

A born leader, Sy got a studio shortly after graduating from high school where he honed his producing and engineering sound while also working on his craft as a writer and artist. During this time, Sy had also founded his own record label, Arrogant Music. He and his Arrogant Music team organized events and managed a promotional team throughout Marietta that drew the attention of the entire music community in Atlanta.

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