After a minor setback, being dropped from Jive Records' roster, Kid joined up with Continuum Records and got his second album out to the public, "The Polyfuze Method" which was released in 1992. "Fire It Up" soon followed in 1994. Neither of the albums were a hit with Continnum and therefore, didn't get pushed or advertised as they should have been, the result; the albums didn't sell.
By 1996 Kid had a permanent backing band together, Twisted Brown Trucker, each member was selected by hand to create the greatest group of Michigan musicians gathered in one place. With a brand new band Kid decided it was time for a brand new start. He turned his attention to recording in his own home-based record label, Top Dog Records, Inc was born and so was the album "Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp."
In 1997 Kid was more determined than ever to hit it big, so he invited every record label in the book to come watch him perform at a smoky Detroit nightclub and threw himself on the market. The only label that showed up was Atlantic, they got their bid in first and the contract was signed. Kid then began working on his strongest album to-date, "Devil Without A Cause." The first album on Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic Records.
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