KDTHESINGER Releases Dazzling Debut In “Love Pains”

Everybody’s favorite trap singer and heartthrob from North Carolina, KDTHESINGER, releases his heavily anticipated debut album “Love Pains. “

“Love Pains,” is a cinematic LP entails KDTHESINGERS perspective on his viewpoint on love, social issues in the world, philanthropy, and other hot topics. Being a martyr for connecting Generation Z to all audiences and portraying the generation is positive light,  KD curated this project with extra purpose and passion. 

“People look at Generation Z as ‘green’ like we haven’t gone through the same issues, if not more than what the previous generations have gone through,” he said during a recording session for the album. 

He continued with “My generation (Z) is more than just ‘spoiled brats’ with more opportunities than previous generations, we are creative genius trying to build on the impact our elders have had to bring positive change to the world. I want ‘Love Pains’ to shed light on our issues and help connect us with previous generations unify the world.”

Known for hit single “Letter To Her,” his significant presence on social media with millions of followers across all platforms  and over three million subscribers on Youtube; fans around the world are in heavy anticipation for the Carolina Trap Crooner to drop “Love Pains.”

Love Pains” is more than just an album according to him, “this project will show my ability to create  an immersive, dynamic, cohesive, and innovative album in which an any of good music will want to listen to,” he said cheerfully. 

With goals to be a recording breaking musician and social activist for Generation Z, KDTHESINGER aims for “Love Pains” to propel him into musical super stardom and give him a platform to help bring awareness to social issues. 

Currently, the project is in the top five in all streaming platforms, and #2 on Amazon Music.

Join his journey and take a listen to “Love Pains” via TheDMVDaily





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