Interviewed by Mark Johnson
Rap artist Kendo is bringing that big beat to the
hip-hop nation, With a blazing head knocking
Party song with a rap and r&b feel.
Kendo sophomore release‘Let the Girls Ride"
The song it's hot and definitely unique.
Q.Who’s your musical influences?
Juvenile, Ja Rule. The Gap Band.
I like what Ja Rule is doing, mixing r&b and rap.
Thats mostly what I do. feel good music with a little sex in it. Something you can dance to and grind to.
How would you describe your music? West Coast, East Coast,
Or Southern rap.
My music is unlimited. I just do music for everybody.
Instead of claiming a coast, that black people don't even own. I record whatever sounds good.
I will record, 70's funk, Jamaican reggae. African high life music.
But tweet and mix it for that rap format.
Q.I Yeah I feel you on that one. You're bringing something different
This is a cd single, when is the album coming out?
A. We did the single "Let the Girls Ride"
And we’re going to see how that does in the market.
Then we’re going to come with a full length album soon.
I got a lot of good songs ready.
I just don’t want to put out all my music without good distribution.
Who you got on the cd?
Singer Sum-Sum did the chorus. J. Brown and Stacy Cole.
The song was recorded and mixed in Sacramento.
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