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Kid Travis Reveals “His Girlfriend” from His New Album

Kid Travis

Kid Travis is a multi-talented artist making waves in the music industry with his unique sound and captivating performances. With the release of his new song “His Girlfriend” from his album “Crimson Heartbreak,” Kid Travis continues to showcase his solid melodic indie punk/trap undertones that set him apart from the crowd.

Having amassed an impressive 150 million streams on Spotify, Kid Travis’s music resonates with listeners from all walks of life. His versatility shines through as he effortlessly transitions between different styles and genres, refusing to be confined by the boundaries of a single category. This ability to blend elements of various musical styles sets Kid Travis apart and makes him a force to be reckoned with in the industry.

With a devoted following on platforms like YouTube and Instagram, where he boasts over 480k subscribers and 60k followers, respectively, Kid Travis has built a strong presence and loyal fanbase. His original music and visually stunning videos, along with his notable covers of songs by artists like Post Malone, Bryson Tiller, Rich Brian, and Dominic Fike, have garnered recognition from his peers and industry professionals alike.

For Kid Travis, music is more than just a career – it’s a passion. As a singer-songwriter-producer, he pours his heart and soul into every aspect of his craft, ensuring that each song he creates reflects his artistic vision. This dedication and commitment to his artistry shines through in his performances and leave a lasting impression on listeners.

With the release of “His Girlfriend” and the album “Crimson Heartbreak” on the horizon, Kid Travis is ready to take his music to new heights. His gifts as a musician and ability to connect with audiences through his unique blend of genres make him a standout artist in today’s music landscape.



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