Stories go untold, memories fade away, words are unsaid, and emotions drift by unnoticed. In this 12 track album, "Worth The Wait" is a bottle of grudges, heart break, lust, and defeat that have been trapped inside the over crowded restless mind of AM Kidd.
From the emotional torment heard in the layers of the piano driven song "Where Are You Now" to the bouncy, fun loving, and energetic alter-ego expressed in "Boomerang", AM delivers in multiple fashions in this entirely self-produced album.
In "Worth The Wait", stories are confessions, memories become vivid, words are meant, and emotions take over.
Worth The Wait, the new album available everywhere
The painfully honest and open lyricist AM Kidd is a hip-hop based artist that delivers his art on multiple platforms.
AM Kidd delivers on the fine line between pop and rugged hip-hop that captivates lovers of both genres. Fusing the elements together and mixing it in with his young but mature airy voice welcomes a fresh sound that grabs the ears of the young and old.
she was seventeen. i was eighteen it was young love, old minds in these young bucks
we got high together, drunk together between all that, we loved each other both broke but it didn’t matter then just as long as we laid in bed
and we argued every night about the stupidest things then we turn around, then make up, and talk about buying rings smoking newports with her heavy on rainy days at those bus stops as time flies and we move these memories won’t be lost.
are you good now? are you happy in your new life, is it full now? you might be gone, but a part of you is with me forever
where you at now? are you different? have you changed yourself and cooled down? i wish i stayed to see the part of you that’s doing better
You think that I don’t hear it the truth behind your laugh the lies beneath your words you think that I don’t understand the things you do the how, and what, and why’s spending money on these vices you believe will buy you time but deep down you know better you know that’s the old you, why back track? you climbed your way up here. don’t lose grip and fall back to who you were before ‘cause you know that ain’t no good you’re acting up ‘cause you’re misunderstood
but I’ve seen you at your lowest and I’ve felt you at your coldest you trying to fix your wrongs you should leave alone what’s broken and then move on and get through through that life that you once knew and it all starts right here in this room.. .. said the person in the looking glass