Video: Famous Kid Brick – No Broke Boiz (Directed by Brent Mendoza)
Hussch Boy recording artist Famous Kid Brick releases the audio & video to his new single "No Broke Boiz." The record was produced by Dluhvy; recorded, mixed, and mastered by Lex (@MixedByLex) of Clear Track Studios in Clearwater. Video was directed Brent Mendoza (@MidKid6).
Video: Famous Kid Brick – “Work”
Famous Kid Brick - "Work"Available on the #OddMobbnEP
Directed By @MilesCable
Creative Director: @G.R.A.I.N
Produced By @Sunsensei
Song Produced By @RatedDG
EP: Famous Kid Brick “Odd Mobb’n”
You’ve already seen the loud, brightly colored designs of your favorite childhood candies, cartoon character or urban cult images on the feet of such celebrities as Snoop Dogg, YG, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Travis Scott, August Alsina and more.
Once again marrying fashion with music, Florida-based name brand sock company Odd Sox introduces Central Florida’s homegrown hero Famous Kid Brick as an official supporter of Odd Mob
News: Famous Kid Brick to Graduate from Local May 31st
Famous Kid Brick Reaches New Audiences with National Video Debut “Never Ever” and forthcoming Mixtape Graduated from Local
Famous Kid Brick’s song and video “Never Ever” debuts nationally on MTV Jams, mtvU, and Music Choice May 31. And he proclaims his new accomplishments with new mixtape Graduated from Local, due mid-summer.
Tampa, Fla.-For the past seven years, central Florida music mogul Famous Kid Brick has been one
Video: Famous Kid Brick “Take A Look”
Fresh off the success of his latest runaway single “Never Ever” racking up more than 20,000 YouTube views in just three weeks, tenacious St. Pete hit maker Famous Kid Brick comes right back with another smash hit “Take A Look.” In his usual conversational flow, Brick is swagged out over a laidback, mid-tempo track accented by dark, horror flick chords and deep, bone-shattering kick drums.
Video: Famous Kid Brick “Never Ever”
Hussch Boy Productions flagship artist Famous Kid Brick does it again with mid-tempo banger “Never Ever.” Backed by West Coast producer MiG L Beatz’s slow-riding groove, deep bass line and subtle electric guitar, Brick sticks to his commitment to play the field and the avoidance of a THOT (slang for that hoe over there).