Boston rapper Hundred Round Kado’s latest release is something to hold us over before his White Kargo drops. Hundred Round Kado drops bars on the Instigator Freestyle, which are not only hard hitting, but authentic in real life struggles the rapper has faced.
He opens up about depression, loss, and problems that are expressed in a candid way. The wordplay is something you would expect from a Boston emcee. Following in the footsteps of area hard hitters such as Slaine, Big Shug, and Mr. Lif, Hundred Round Kado is reppin Beantown well.
About Hundred Round Kado
Hundred Round Kado is a rap and hip-hop artist based in Boston, Massachusetts. On the scene since 2009, Hundred Round Kado has released a number of projects including “King of the Triple Beam Volume 1,” “Kokaine Fever,” “King of the Triple Beam Volume 2” and “Marilyn Gunroe” under the artist name Ricky Gramz. His rebranding as Hundred Round Kado has allowed him to celebrate his Haitian roots and connect more deeply with both English speaking and French Creole speaking audiences. His latest projects “Alive At A Wake” and “Whistling Through The Graveyard” are available now, the release date for a new project, “White Kargo,” will be announced soon. Follow Hundred Round Kado on Facebook, Snapchat (@the100roundkado),YouTube, Twitter (@100roundkado)and Instagram (@ hundredroundkado).