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KB RELEASES NEW TRACK AND VIDEO FOR “SO TIRED”

Chart-topping Christian hip-hop artist KB has released a brand-new track “So Tired,” available now on digital music platforms. Also releasing the official music video for “So Tired,” KB’s high-energy freestyle displays the versatile wordplay talents he’s known for, with his rapid flow and incisive lyrics, backed by vibrant beats.

KB, “So Tired” (Official Music Video):

Conveying a passionate message of Gospel truth with the urgency of a freestyle rap delivery, “So Tired” is written by KB, Wes Writer, Quinten Coblentz, in collaboration with Bizzle (Mark Julian Felder) and Zhalarina (Zhalarina Sanders). His first new track following the September 2021 single “Worship in the Moshpit,” and his acclaimed September 2020 album His Glory Alone, KB made the “So Tired” music video in collaboration with Native Supply.  KB, “So Tired” is available now.

The Dove Award-winning hip-hop artist has remained busy, working on more new music, co-hosting and producing the spiritual podcast Southside Rabbi, which is now in season 3 releasing new episodes, and has his fashion line Native Supply, which released a Fall ‘21 Part 2 collection.

KB will be hitting the road in 2022, back with live performances in multiple cities on the popular Winter Jam tour, Christian music’s largest annual tour. Winter Jam 22 runs the first quarter of 2022, crossing multiple states from early January through the end of March. The tour kicks off Friday January 7th, 2022 in Charleston, WV and wraps on Sunday March 27th, 2022 in Allen, TX, visiting multiple cities including KB’s home city Tampa, FL (on Friday January 14th); Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Grand Rapids, MI; Nashville, TN; Cincinnati, OH; St. Louis, MO and more.

Visit https://whoiskb.com/ for information on dates and venues.

 

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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