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Hiphop lyricist KYD A.K.A. Hassan Barrow Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

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November 19, 2014 by The ReadyWriter


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KYD stands for, Killing Your Demographics, is Hassan Barrow’s (pictured above), stage name and he hails from Bronx, New York. Rapping since the tender age of 14 years old, recording and mixing his first mix tape entitled, “Stress Test, Volume 3” this multitalented and self-made lyricist, is also a proficient vocalist and sings most of his own hooks in his rap songs.

Music not only works his soul but it’s his passion, as Hip-Hop Director at radio station 88.1 FM WARY, KYD hosts a show on the station called ‘DYNASTY DAYS MORNING XPERIENCE’. With a whopping 400 songs under his belt, his rhymes and lyrics are fact-based, covering his experiences and personal beliefs, which reflects both the dark and light sides of his life. His next mix tape “The Lost,” will be accompanied by an EP called “Rise of the Lost.”

A nutritionist and wellness trainer in qualified sports, with his own successful fitness company, KYD belongs to an organization called “Stop, Don’t Shoot,” which aims to curtail the “inappropriate use of firearms” by all with a message of anti-gun violence. His goal is to effect change, this is his self-determination.

Join me tonight at 6:30 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk radio as I delve into the topics of Mr. Barrow’s make-up, his music, his passions and the meaning of his squad the “Lost Dynasty League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.”

In the meantime, check out his lyrical skills below…All “links” in this post will access tonight’s show.

https://soundcloud.com/kyd_works/sets/the-lost

See you on the air!

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101 thoughts on “Hiphop lyricist KYD A.K.A. Hassan Barrow Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Miss Ang says:

    Never heard of him.

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  2. Yasha says:

    He’s a cutie 😆 I just can’t get with that name

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  3. QTip says:

    Woooo those some hard core curse lyrics. Trace can’t deal.

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  4. Ashanti says:

    Killing Your Demographics??? Ok WTF? Tracy palease ask dude to explain that? Please and Thank U? I will be tuned in.

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  5. Tamala says:

    what in da sam hell kinda name is KYD?? O_o

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  6. Pinky says:

    His music is hard but he from the boogie down so I’m not surprised.

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  7. CorporateBitch says:

    Mm look at dem specs 😆 LAWD!!!!
    I can see him breavin on me all sweaty n shi**

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  8. Kayla says:

    Good morning.
    He’s involved in some positive orgs yet his lyrics are hard core, that’s a contradiction. His interview with Tra will be interesting I think O_o

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  9. HarlemGirl says:

    He Fyne! 🙂 tuning in. I wanna hear what he sound like.

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  10. Applebottom says:

    “Lost Dynasty League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” –> That’s his crew?

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  11. Lexy says:

    NICE LOOKING. LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING HOW HE’S APPLYING HIS SOUND TO TODAY’S CRISES.

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  12. Keisha says:

    He is too fine. That’s all I got. You heard one rapper you’ve heard them all. I just wanna hear how his movement differs from the others.

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  13. ManUp says:

    Those lyrics Fire!
    What Trace gon talk to him about?

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  14. Sane says:

    wolf unplugged that’s hot!

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  15. Daisy says:

    Looking forward to tonight’s show. Can’t judge him by the lyrics in his songs and that’s for sure. And yes he is indeed a nice piece of eye candy. 😛

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  16. Ebony says:

    Gift or a curse, I like that….I like his lyrics. Nice

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  17. Browngirl says:

    Ion know O_o sometimes i can’t relate to some of these dudes lyrics.

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  18. Mrs says:

    Rap not necessarily my fortay but I’m tuning in out of curiosity O_o

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  19. UncleEd says:

    Dude has skills.

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  20. Neisy says:

    Curious to know how old this young man is??? O_o he’s nice looking. Maybe I’ll be able to say more after tonight’s show.

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  21. 2thick4you says:

    “A nutritionist and wellness trainer in qualified sports, with his own successful fitness company, KYD belongs to an organization called “Stop, Don’t Shoot,”

    with all that’s going on in Ferguson, MO that’s a good look.

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  22. Adam says:

    His tracks are hot!

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  23. Xmen says:

    KYD? That don’t even sound right. Maybe I’ll get the str8 of it by listening to the him on the show.

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  24. Coco says:

    Ain’t feelin tonight’s show topic but uma try da hang.

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  25. Princess says:

    I’m going to try and get home so i can tune in online. This guy is fyne too 😛

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  26. Starr says:

    where is everybody?

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  27. Civil says:

    Ain’t No way in hell Trace gon interview this dude and not talk about them lyrics LOL…I can hear her now. Dude’s music is str8 street.

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    • Lisa says:

      Ain’t No way in hell Trace gon interview this dude and not talk about them lyrics
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      Civil, I’m surprised he’s even a guest.

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      • Mittsey says:

        Ain’t No way in hell Trace gon interview this dude and not talk about them lyrics
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        And so she did and he explained himself well. And anybody’s whose read Conversations Of A Sistah knows Tracy can relate. Palease!!!

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  28. RandomChick says:

    Yea he might be fine but i need to hear him open his mouth 😛

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    • Felicia says:

      but i need to hear him open his mouth
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      Well all ya gotta do is click on that cloud link uptop and you’ll hear a mouth full.

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  29. Felicia says:

    Looks are deceiving. I’ll reserve comment until after the show.

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  30. BBallen says:

    Everybody wanna rap. everybody wanna be biggy, diddy and another tupac. Smh

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  31. Angelhair says:

    I iked him 🙂 he sound young but sexy 😛

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  32. Anthony says:

    Homey dropped that science he knew where Trace was going with the raw lyrics questions too.

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    • CeoDawg says:

      Yeah and if anybody knows about being raw that’s Trace. Like he said, we go through a thousand human emotions all day erday. some good bad or indifferent.

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  33. Flo says:

    Ion know. Trace couldn’t maybe relate to his lyrics but she could dang on sure relate to the happening in Ferguson, MO

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  34. Bird says:

    Good show and so true, more rap artist need to get involved in these young black men killing themselves. They have the platform so why not?

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  35. Princess says:

    Good show Mr. Barrow sounds like he has a good head on his shoulders.

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  36. Yes says:

    Trace can relate to anybody. Damn!!! Good show.

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  37. Mittsey says:

    Sounded more like “Stop don’t shoot” is his passion. I was digging the close out song too. He was good. Never judge a person by their lyrics his presentation tonight was a thousand times better.

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  38. Browngirl says:

    Now that the shows over I’m waiting on another post 😛

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  39. Nicole says:

    Dude said he got so many songs he giving them away. I was sooo disappionted to hear he’s a single father 😦

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  40. shawnia says:

    Good show he was a good guest. Very smart this guy.

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  41. Aceman says:

    Loved the show in light of whatz goin down in Ferguson dude was on point. And it is too bad more rap artist (like JayZ) won’t get involved. selfish fuckers!

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    • Man says:

      Jay wanna make his money and go home. Fuck the niggaz in da hood. and Mike Brown prolly had all his CD’s too. Smh

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      • Pointmen says:

        These rap artist don’t wanna get involved in social injustices. You take on one cause hell then you gotta take on all of em. Kanye West too busy playin in KK’s big, plastic fake silicone ass to see the forrest. FOH!

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      • queenc says:

        Jay wanna make his money and go home.
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        Yep when these young brothaz dying in these streets.

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      • Rezzie says:

        God ain’t called JayZ to save these young folk. He ain’t the messiah at the same time he ain’t tryna save nobody not even himself. God will hold all accountable for their works and their deeds. Remember only what you do for Christ will be counted not vain glory people.

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  42. Pointmen says:

    Good look Trace tellin dude he just might be the one to make a difference.

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  43. queenc says:

    Loved KYD as an honest artist his intelligence spoke volumes to the core of his underlined message. Good job Blog Queen 🙂

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  44. Lilly says:

    This guy has a good head on his shoulders. I pray his message and campaign of “hands up don’t shoot” will grown great momentum. Hats off to him as an artist and activist.

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  45. Pookie~Nem says:

    Good show. He didn’t wanna focus on his music too much IMO.

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  46. Ebony says:

    I like him. Gonna look for him on social media.

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  47. Zenna says:

    missed the show so I refuse to read the comments. until I catch the rewind.

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  48. Zenna says:

    He’s fine though 😛

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  49. Omar says:

    This dude is intelligent. I think its a trip how some of these dummies like lil wayne, jayz and Kanye have a platform to ignite change but don’t. while dudes like this have a powerful message but no platform. ain’t that a bitch??

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    • Daisy says:

      This dude is intelligent. I think its a trip how some of these dummies like lil wayne, jayz and Kanye have a platform to ignite change but don’t. while dudes like this have a powerful message but no platform. ain’t that a bitch??
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      Exactly and this guys passion for his message is strong. God bless him.

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  50. Yvonne says:

    Heard the show and it seemed his message was bit more plausible than his music. He need to get the “Hands up don’t shoot” wristbands, tshirts, sweats and jackets. hell brand that term.

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  51. soldierboy says:

    I heard the rerun show was good.

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