Zero the Kidd is a rapper in Boynton beach Florida who has ignited the rap industry. With are melodic flow and killer wordplay he is quickly becoming one of the most iconic artists to ever come out of Florida. 10 million streams in a career is a huge accomplishment for any artist but in one year is just absurd Zero The Kidd’s claim to fame is nothing short of extraordinary. Being only 20 years old showing such a mastery of his craft is a commodity the way he switches his flow and tempo and still have such complex wordplay is an amazing feat we were able to talk to him and listen to some of his songs from his upcoming EP. We asked ZTK how has he been able to grow so much in so little time and he replied by saying.
“The love and support of my fans and my team I have a great group behind me like my manager and closet friend Najani Edwards also my bubs they have constantly supported me and push me to better myself and my manager worked hard to get me where I am and you can’t forget about the fans without them supporting me I would be nothing”
Zero The Kidd is not only a great artist but a great person who shows love to all his fans and his team. Our only question is what’s a “bubs”? After listing to ZTK’s new ep we were extremely impressed with how he changed his style through most songs and how he improved from the beginning of the year till now. One line really showcased his talents.
“You Don’t want to see Derick Jeter 7 heaters and 11 creepers one home run he’ll blow your speakers 8 choppers and a dozen divas 2 foul balls they’ll leave you leaking no singing you ain’t Salena now you switching teams yelling go Mets like you, Justin Bieber”
This verse showcases his unmatched wordplay skill’s as he uses the baseball-themed song to his advantage by name dropping the famous shortstop along with other baseball references and celebrities. Although Zero the Kidd has already made a name for himself as an upcoming artist he has been bashed in the past for not performing on stage but recently he has been seen on small stages around his hometown hopefully this leads to him accepting one of the many offers from big-name celebs to hop on stage with them, already featuring on magazine and blogs around the world you would think that he would have already done so. We believe that Zero The Kidd will continue to dominate charts and have more #1 hits on small market charts and we can’t wait for him to break his ceiling and hit the major markets harder and have #1 hits on those charts with his infectious energy and his memorizing melodies.
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How to Prepare for a Long-Distance Move
More than 27,059,000 people move each year, whether traveling across the state or the country. Regardless of when you’re preparing for a long-distance move, there are several things you’ve got to be aware of ahead of time.
We’ve created a checklist that you can use full of packing tips and other things you need to know, like the importance of hiring movers to aid in the big move. The more prepared you are, the easier and more stress-free the move will be.
Get ready to settle into your new home after you check out these need-to-know packing tips below.
When moving to NY from California, you need to plan ahead. You need to do this to get everything in order, such as shutting off the utilities and turning it on at the new location before you’re scheduled to arrive.
The last thing you want to do is risk arriving at your new place and not having running water or working electricity when you get there. Another reason you want to plan ahead is that if you’ve decided to hire movers, you’ll need to coordinate the day they plan to pick up your items and deliver them to the new house.
Again you don’t want to arrive at your home and the movers not arrive with your items on the day you expect them to. Not only does this leave you without your necessities, but it could also mean you pay additional delivery fees that you’d not planned for.
If it helps, you could make a list of everything you need to do before you are set to move. We recommend making this list ahead of time so that you don’t feel rushed at the last minute to get everything completed.
Moving lots of items a long distance can be tricky, especially if you’re not used to driving a moving truck. Before you’re set to move, make a list of the best movers in your area.
You can do this by creating a list of mover names and estimates from your area. Ensure you have them clarify what you’re paying for because most rental companies provide a specific number of miles locally and out of state that could increase your overall rental price.
You’ll also want to inquire about the insurance needed to schedule movers to come and help transport your items. Ensure you get the estimates for each type of vehicle they offer.
When the move is complete, the larger the vehicle and the more movers you need, the higher the rental price. Once you’ve decided which moving company you’re going to work with, take the next steps to set your reservation.
If you’re making the appointment over the phone, ask the company to send you a confirmation email once the phone call has concluded. This will ensure you have tangible evidence of your appointment reservation just in case something comes up the day of the move where you need to contact the moving company.
When you move a long distance, it’s in your best interest to only pack the items you need and discard items you no longer use. The best way to do this is to take some time to declutter your home before you begin packing.
Make a pile of the items you need to get rid of, whether that means donating or discarding them accordingly. While it might prove to be a time-consuming process, in the long run, it will pay off when you don’t have to do these things while unpacking in your new home.
This is especially true if you’re downsizing and don’t have enough room to store all the items that you have currently in your home or apartment. Another reason to declutter your home is so that you can effectively determine how much packing material you need to pack, such as boxes and packing tape.
Check your local area for packing items because there are several places online where people want to get rid of their extra boxes for free. This can help you to save on packing expenses.
When you move into your new place, the last thing you want to happen is for essential items to be mailed to your previous email. This means you need to take the steps necessary to forward your mail to your new address, which can be done online via the united states postal service website.
When forwarding your mail, ensure you list the names of everyone moving and the address of the new home. Then you will need to specify a date when you want the mail to begin being sent to the new location.
Along with forwarding your mail, you need to remember to change the address on other government documentation, such as:
- Car registration
- Drivers license
- Voter registration
When you don’t place your new address on these documentation forms, completing other things you need to complete after you’ve moved can become challenging.
When you’re moving a long distance, the last thing you want to do is travel back to your previous residence to take care of things that should’ve been completed before the move.
When preparing for a long-distance move, you need to know several things, such as ensuring you forward your mail ahead of time. You should also remember to schedule movers and request estimates to help move your belongings from one place to another.
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