In the new single “No Limit,” Kid Fob responds to criticism. The lyrics convey Fob pushing beyond boundaries towards a vision beyond the environment. He is open to accepting his limitations and sets about paving a new path.
Kid Fob was born in Lower Roxbury, Boston. Early in his life, he faced hardships that led him to be sent to Togo and return to Boston in high school. While at UMass, he met James Melvin (founder of VENICE.FM) and Josh Shuback (engineer). They have remained an integral part of his team.
He released his breakthrough hit Duffy shortly after, which received over 1,000,000 streams on SoundCloud. This earned him his first recognition in Boston. After that, he began performing in the city, opening up for A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Kid Fob continued to connect to Boston with collaborations like “Break Walls” with Mikey Milano and “How to Feel,” which featured Doobie 83, a dark and passionate release. He released the album “Better Late Than Never” in mid-October, featuring collaborations from Sham Wes and OTA Le.