TK Kravitz shares new project: 2.0

Last week, TK Kravitz released his new twelve-track project titled, ‘2.0’. You can listen to it in full below.

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TK Kravitz's cover art for '2.0'
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Short and sweet, R&B/Soul artist TK Kravitz’s thirty-seven-minute project contains songs about earning, relationships, and more. Guest features also include 2 Chainz, Keke Palmer, Youngboy Never Broke Again and Jacquees. Check it out. Our favourite tracks are ‘Lumpsum’, ‘Mile Away’, ‘Ocean‘ featuring Jacquees, and ‘Bank Account’ featuring Youngboy Never Broke Again.

About TK Kravitz

TK Kravitz treats every project like a championship game. A combination of tireless preparation, strategy, and hustle defines his approach to Hip-Hop. Constantly pushing himself and striving for perfection, the Atlanta, Georgia rapper, singer, and songwriter reaches the next level on his 2018 second solo mixtape, 2.0 (300 Entertainment/Reckless Republic).

“I’m all about levelling up,” he affirms. “Every time I go into the studio, my music gets bigger, my features get bigger, and my style reaches a broader audience. I like to describe my sound as ‘Mutual’. I want to make music for everybody.”

That’s exactly what he’s done for his entire career to date. By middle school, the self-proclaimed “Army Brat” had lived in Hawaii, California, Panama, and Washington state before settling back in Augusta, GA. As one-half of the duo TK N Ca$h, he signed to Ludacris’s Disturbing Tha Peace at just 15-years-old. The group become a national sensation fueled by a string of hits including ‘Mind Right’ and ‘3 Times in a Row’, while simultaneously penning songs for everyone from Flo Rida and Pitbull to Kevin Gates and Juicy J. In 2016, TK unveiled his self-titled solo mixtape, TK Kravitz, for 300 Entertainment/Reckless Republic. Featuring the singles ‘Bae AF’ (featuring Ty Dolla $ign) and ‘Don’t Mind Me’ (featuring Rich The Kid, Famous Dex, & Zoey Dollaz), it generated over 1 million cumulative streams and landed acclaim from XXL, HotNewHipHop, Verge, Fashionably Early, and more. However, TK is raising the bar for 2.0!

Written by Manny King John

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