These Kidz are back once again, Here is a new joint called Damo. They Jumped on Timaya’s All the Way Instrumental. I would probably say , they made good use of the beat, than Timaya. You are to Judge, Listen Up and Enjoy!
The Krypitc Kidz are a group of three 17 years old boys, Akinsulie Kehinde stage name Brief Cabana, Kolajo John Adefiola stage name Sexy Jay and Anifowoshe Michael Temitayo stage name Mizzle. Their first singles were High School Girl and H.O.H (Head Over Heels) which were released mid 2011; both singles got major airplay on various Nigerian radio stations.
HOW WE MET: The group was created while all three boys were students of Kings College, Yaba, Lagos Nigeria.
INSPIRATION: The group consists of two rappers and one singer; their style of music is Jambo Music (Happy Music). It all started ‘like play like play’ when the boys use to perform in front of their peers, messing around recording on their laptop after school, which later led to them believing in what they can achieve and in themselves. They even use to be described as the ‘Three Musketeers of Music’, and as time went on, what was once a hubby became a dream to chase. Their inspiration is drawn from a whole lot of things; from the various songs they grew up listening to, from friends, family and world as a whole.
The name Kryptic was coined from the fact that it’s hard to decipher the group as a whole; each of the boys brings a unique talent to the group, which together makes them pretty hard to decrypt (Hard to find a group consisting of three talented boys like them, of which have an unbreakable bond with their love for making music).
Towards the ending 2011 the Kryptic Kidz signed a record label deal with Roséy Records and since then they have gained more attention and experience by performing along side some major Nigerian artists like Tiwa Savage, Lynxx, Sauce Kid, Mo’chedda, Davido, W4, Orezi, Dammy Krane etc. And have performed at shows like Lynxx and Friends Tour, Dynamix Pre-Party, Koko Lounge, and a couple of final year dinners for Unilag grads etc.
These upcoming young acts should definitely be seen as a force to be reckoned with for many feature years to come.