KidVitals Talks About His New Song “Streetfighter” In New Interview

The title streetfighter comes from KidVitals deeps thoughts, trying to fight his own emotions on a daily basis. Although the songs were made from his life experiences, the song was tailored to fit every individual fighting any form of emotional battle.

He said

This track was made to motivate the people, but as well as my team and myself as this music path really do get stressful and discouraging. Always wanting to put out good vibes and what better way than in a song.

kidVitals always had the niche for singing and writing but never took it seriously until XXXTentacion came into the music scene, he also drew great inspirations from some of his favourite musicians such as, Paramore, Blink-182, Juice Wrld, Lil Peep.


In a recent interview with Mister Styx of musicarenagh, KidVitals made some revelations about himself and musical growth. He also spoke about his interest outside music as well as his challenges.



KidVitals Talks About His New Song “Streetfighter” In New Interview

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What is your stage name?

My name is “KidVitals”.

Is there a story behind your stage name?

I came up with the name as I needed something that would stand out, sound iconic, but also be true to be and I feel this name really is “true 2 me” as I have always been a very lax, and not too serious person; only when the time calls for it. For this reason, I am often times, even now, not taken too seriously and just treated like a kid.


The “vitals” comes from the idea that I know I am vital to this industry and the world, as music is more then just music, its an energy, feeling, power, and a universal language, adding to its power and effect on the world. Also stands for my vital signs as my Instagram handle used to be “flatline_kid” before I changed it to kidvitals.

Where do you find inspiration?

I take inspiration from pain and everything around me really, as the world is just such a beautiful and underappreciated place honestly, but also from some of my favourite artist of course such a Paramore, Blink-182, Juice Wrld, Lil Peep, and XXXTentacion. I also get inspired by my homies in the music world as well and other artist, making sure to only take inspiration and to never bite from another artists work.

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?

Music was always just a very big vibe for me, whether it be from my younger years of singing and dancing in the car with my mom before I even truly understood the lyrics to 8th grade when I really started to relate to songs I was rediscovering from my childhood, (rock songs mostly), and I started to really get into dissecting music videos of artists like “Twenty-One Pilots”, “Blink-182, “Green Day”, “One Republic”, and more. The vibes from these videos were always immaculate.

Are you from a musical or artistic family?

My family was never really into music as I am now, aside from my mother wanted to be a singer if she could, but she believed she didn’t have the voice for it. I will say my mother and father are a large play in my own musical background though as what they played in the car when I was younger help shaped my ear for what I like in music today.

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

The number one person who inspired me was definitely X, (XXXTenctacion), and the way he talked about music was so empowering and motivating. He really had a huge effect on me in 8th grade, going on into High School.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?

I actually taught myself to sing and a songwriter as I had always sung over the years, but never thought about doing it seriously until X came around.

What was the first concert you ever attended, and who did you see perform?

My very first concert was actually for an artist named “HypeCMoney” in 2022 (this year now) with my homie Angel, or “Don Ramiah”. It was a west coast show, but featured other styles of music as well of course and it was a very enlightening experience.

How could you describe your music?

If I were to describe my music, number one word that comes to mind is “real”. It always made off of emotions that I feel at the time and I feel that’s truly how I progress forward, but also am able to release whatever pain or emotion I’m feeling into the track in a therapeutic way, as music is my therapy.

Describe your creative process.

My process is usually writing to release some feelings and, then just taking into the booth and letting go of it all.

What is your main inspiration?

My main inspiration is just the fact of being myself and that’s what shines through to people.

What musician do you admire most and why? The musician I admire the most is, again, going to have to be XXXTentacion. The way he went about trying to change his life by actually just doing it was beautiful and he definitely inspires me to this very day for sure.

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

My style of music has most definitely evolved over the years as recently I’ve started tapping into more of a digital sound, while still of course incorporating my rock roots and trap-high school background into the mix. Overall I just make “me” music and that’s the side of you people are going to love the most and remember you for.

Who do you see as your main competitor?

My only rival is myself, lol. We are all our own devils, but always watch the people closest to us, because for some odd reason, when you grow, they just gonna hate that.

What are your interests outside of music?

I’ve always loved to skateboard since I was 7 years old, it’s just, so therapeutic and truly makes me feel alive. I also love to draw even though I don’t usually have a lot of time for it recently, I’m actually going to get back into it. I’ve always loved it and my parents always thought I was going to be the next Leonardo, even though I didn’t believe I was that good, lol.


I’ve always loved it and my parents always thought I was going to be the next Leonardo,

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?

Outside of music I would probably go full-time into skateboarding, drawing, YouTube, videography, or something computer oriented as I’ve had a big love for PCs for a while now and I know my way all around ’em. I’ve put together around 3 or 4 now and helped others with there’s too.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?

The largest wall I had to learn to break through was to not let people change what I have going, as others see the castle you have built and instead of admiring the hard work and artistry of the bricks already placed, they like to take away from those bricks or try to throw one or two of their own in there just to say they helped make it. In a sort of “I helped make you what you are” kinda way and you can’t let ’em. Always be accepting of help when you actually need it and know when you have something fire on it’s own. Jealousy is another big one.

If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?

The number one thing I am going to change in the music industry is this new stream of having to be “hard” or seem like you’re cool when you yourself is the coolest person you will ever meet as you are the MC to your own story. We all live our different lives and reside in different realities we make for ourselves, so why focus on someone else’s when you’re living the story now.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?

The title “Street Fighter” came about as I am actively in the streets making this dream not just a dream, but a reality because it is my reality, I just have to play my part and fight my way through the hate, jealousy, thoughts that can act as invisible walls, and my own demons to get to what’s mine.

What are your plans for the coming months?

My plans for the next month are to only move forward and strive for greatness, always putting two steps in front towards brighter future rather, then residing in the past as it will never return.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?

I will definitely without a doubt have a collab with Kanye, Paramore, BTS, SoFaygo, SSG Kobe, Ken Carson, & more artists I enjoy.

What message would you like to give to your fans?

Number one thing I gotta say Is fuck what anyone thinks bro, life is too fucking short to care about what the next woman or man thinks. We all in this life shit together, so just do what you love and what you a have to in order to always keep moving forward and we may start to drown at different parts of our life for sure. Well just hold your breathe, or evolve into a fish and then eventually a shark, and just keep swimming<3. ~ KV☆


Mister Styx
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