TK Kravitz visits the KMEL studio to discuss his EP 2.0, on the latest episode of The Street Light Series.
Since performing at KMEL's 2017 House of Soul as group TK-N-Cash, TK has decided to pursue his solo career. He explains that while the two remain friends, he is "solely focused on TK Kravitz."
"I was having my son a few months before I made that decision. If you got kids, you tend to get in the mindset where I'm not only taking care of myself, I have someone else to look out for. So if I'm gonna fall on my face, it's gonna be on me and not nobody else. I'm going to be responsible for my own actions.
TK says his latest project is some of his "best work to date." The album features R&B singer Jacquees, Keke Palmer, NBA YoungBoy and 2 Chainz. TK says fans can expect so see a transparent and vulnerable side of himself from this project.
TK attributes R&B diva, Lauryn Hill as the inspiration behind his sound. He reveals that he had a Lauryn Hill sample called 'Ready Or Not' on 2.0 that was later removed after Drake released 'Nice For What'.
"Drake has different pull than me. I actually had a record called 'Ready or Not' on 2.0 that didn't make it because of that situation."
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