Kid Ink's 'I Don't Care' Storms Twitter Trending 140 Chart

Kid Ink
RCA Records

Kid Ink makes waves on the Billboard Twitter Trending 140 chart after the release of his new video for "I Don't Care" featuring Maejor Ali, which was released on Kid Ink's YouTube channel on July 31.

The song was on the chart for five consecutive days before peaking at No. 5, after Kid Ink tweeted a link to the video.

It's the latest video from his album My Own Lane, which was released in January.
Recently, the rapper/producer was featured with T-Pain and B.O.B on E-40's new song "Red Cup" which dropped August 3.

Since the rapper first emerged with a series of mixtapes in 2010, Kid ink has achieved Billboard 200 success with his second studio album, My Own Lane, which peaked at No. 3. That album's lead single, "Show Me," peaked at No. 13  on the Billboard Hot 100.


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