BreadWinner Kane Unveils Latest Single “Hustlin”

Breadwinner Kane - Hustlin

BreadWinner Kane premieres “Hustlin” off the upcoming Street Certified EP due out this year. “Street Certified” has been much talked about this year as Kane has dripped out several singles, including “Popin fa Somin” which is now airing on BET and MTV. The EP has many surprises in store including guest appearances by Fredo Bang, Haitian Fresh, and Boosie.

“Hustlin” is produced by Bugattion on da Beat and is a southern street classic for all the hustlers, grinders, and get getters trying to make something out of nothing. Get it on iTunes and all streaming platforms. Listen below:

Read the previous interview with BreadWinner Kane for DJ Roots Queen’s blog here. Follow on IG: @kanebwa and Twitter @bwakane

About BreadWinner Kane

Preparing the arrival of his authority EP, Street Certified, Alabama rapper Breadwinner Kane is readying for his greatest project to date. With over 150k social followers anticipating the undertaking, Street Certified highlights appearances from Zaytoven, Bugatti, and appearances by Fredo Bang, Boosie, Haitian Fresh and then some. The current single “Go Down”, created by MikeMillzOnEm, is directly coursing on the wireless transmissions, alongside Kane’s freshest video “Popin Fa Somthin.” “Popin Fa Somthin” has just amassed over 1.3 million hits on Worldstar Hip Hop.

To go with the delivery, Kane likewise dispatched his own line of ear buds alongside the opening of The Level Up South store in Athens, AL. As an artist, business person, and CEO of Artillery South, Kane has emerged from the streets to the main stage through hustle and muscle.

In 2014, Kane came into the rap game with the Kevin Gates assisted mixtape, Ain’t Nothin Bigga than the B. The co-featured task highlighted mainstream names like Starlito, The Game, Young Jeezy, Tana and OG Boo Dirty. He followed up the exact year with Barely Famous, introduced by super-beatmaker Zaytoven, and co-hosted by Hoodrich’s own DJ Swamp Izzo.

The consecutive endeavors had an enduring effect with the media, picking up consideration from top metropolitan outlets like HipHopDX, Worldstar, HotNewHipHop – and Hip Hop Weekly highlighted Kane in their “Next2Blow” segment.

What first strikes the audience of Kane’s music is the top to bottom inclination and force in his voice. “Papi Colito”, “Soowoop”, and the tribute to the fallen legend, “Soulja Slim” are a couple of the jewels that the emcee dropped when he came in the game. He likewise gives recognition to the late Alabama rapper Doe B all through his music today.

At the point when you take somebody who grew up uplifted by any influence of Juvenile, Lil Boosie, Soulja Slim, (RIP), Scarface, Kevin Gates, Waka Flocka and 50 Cent, no one can predict what you will get – however you do know it won’t be for the weak-hearted.