Last year Kamaiyah took over with her ‘A Good Night In The Ghetto’ mixtape and now a little over a year later, the Oakland rapper is ready to re-up with her next project. There isn’t much info on ‘Don’t Ever Get It Twisted,’ but as you can see from the cover it resembles the iconic image of Black Panther founder Huey P. Newton. Get ready and stay up to date here.
Bay Area’s own Kamaiyah released her super successful debut project ‘A Good Night in the Ghetto’ a year ago already and today, on her birthday she announced her next release. Now signed to Interscope, her next mixtape entitled ‘Don’t Ever Get It Twisted’ will be dropping on April 21st. Keep it locked in for more info as you know there will be heavy features on this project to look forward to. Happy Birthday Lil Yaya.
It’s been a hell of a year for Kamaiyah and today she is closing off the year with the release her newest video as she throws a pajama party for “Freaky Freaks.” Peep it above! Yee!
Kamaiyah has been releasing a steady stream of content from her “A Good Night In The Ghetto” project and today is no different with “I’m On.” Peep it above, roll with Kamaiyah and the crew, and make sure you get the project HERE. Yee!
Kamaiyah is back on Black Friday returning to her debut project ‘A Good Night In The Ghetto’ for a new video. This time around it’s for her track “Mo Money Mo Problems” and it’sone big mansion party – pop bottles and kick it with Kamaiyah above! Yee!
Rapper Kamaiyah speaks on how to handle criticism, her relationship with YG and what it takes to make it in the music industry. Check it out above and like she says, “Don’t Let the Machine of Social Media Break You.” Yee!
She doesn’t need an introduction — Kamaiyah is the driven and lovable ’90s baby who wrote “Why You Always Hatin?” and released a damn-near perfect debut mixtape back in the spring. Today, she shares a new video for “Fuck It Up,” produced by The FADER and directed by Chris Simmons. Made while cruising around High Street in Oakland, its convocation is recited by Shay Diddy of local institution KMEL, and its conclusion finds everyone invited to mob in the parking lot — her childhood Big Money Gang Crew, and hella babies too.
Jimmy Kimmel seems to have a lot of love for the West Coast because the past few weeks he’s had a bunch of #YoungCalifornia talent hit the stage. Up next on that list is none other than YG & Kamaiyah performing “Why You Always Hatin?” Beyond that, YG also shows ‘Still Brazy’ love too. Peep it above!