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Published on April 22nd, 2023 | by Crystal Willis


Upstate NY’s Kayo Da Don Drops Fresh “LAX” Single and “Ball On ‘Em” Music Video

Fresh off the heels of his recent SXSW and tour appearances, Hip Hop Recording Artist Kayo Da Don keeps the momentum going this spring with the release of his new Stack Boy Music Group single, “LAX,” available via all digital platforms on April 20. Kayo Da Don is keeping the visual content popping with an all-new official music video for his March Madness-inspired drop, “Ball On ‘Em,” premiering on April 20 via his Youtube Channel. 

“LAX” is a heavy-hitting track dripping with the flashy lifestyle vibes of jetting off to Los Angeles, giving listeners a glimpse into Kayo Da Don’s self-funded hustle and grind as an independent artist. The “Ball On ‘Em” official music video lays an eye-catching visual directed by Lin James over the anthem-driven beat produced by Tenzo Beatz. Both tracks were recorded at Albany, NY’s Stack Boy Studios. 

Kayo Da Don performs at Hollipalooza during SXSW

Hailing from Albany, New York, Kayo Da Don entered the indie hip-hop scene in 2008, finding mentorship in local Upstate NY legends. After being released from brief incarceration in 2020, Kayo Da Don discovered a new level of resolve to turn his second chance into a major success, by taking his career seriously and setting a positive example for those who look up to him. Kayo Da Don is best known for his Free Grams TV vlog and mixtape series, along with frequent music releases such as “Channel 10,” “Big Business,” “Wrist In The Trap,” “Makin’ It Hot” and more. 

Stay updated on new music and show dates by following and subscribing to Kayo Da Don on Instagram @kayodadon, Youtube and Spotify!

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