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Kid Ink – ‘Almost Home’ EP Review

Kid Ink has proven through numerous mixtapes that he's a viable rapper coming out of the West Coast scene. Since carrying the torch for Los Angeles alongside Hopsin on the 2012 XXL Freshman cover, Ink's transitioned from an indie success story (Up & Away sold 20,000 units in it's first week on stands) to a major label prospect with major commercial potential. His first single "Bad Ass" alongside Meek Mill and Wale served as proof that Ink could keep up with the big dogs and as a precursor to his major label debut under RCA, he holds fans over with Almost Home. Throughout the EP, Ink shows ...

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