Kid Apocalypse – In the 1990s feat. Harley Gold | Video

Kid Apocalypse – In the 1990s feat. Harley Gold | Video


Celebrating ’90s nostalgia, Kid Apocalypse takes a look back at the days where playing video games and hanging out at comic book shops were king.

Rapper Quinn Allen draws heavy influence from X-Men comics, an obvious statement to anyone that recognises his stage name, Kid Apocalypse. His music is infused X-Men references and his consistently great music videos often feature the rapper and his crew dressed as characters from the comic book pages.

Kid A takes a slightly different visual approach for his latest visual. A nostalgic look back at the ’90s, in particular video gaming and – naturally – hanging out in comic book shops.



Dropping the cosplay for his video for ‘In The 1990s’, Kid Apocalypse still rocks an X-Men cap and you’ll spot plenty of reference to the Marvel mutants throughout.

The track is taken from his new album ‘Re: Genesis’, a free to download, nine track release available via bandcamp.

About Kid Apocalypse | Straight from the pages of Uncanny X-Force, and Wolverine and the X-Men comes Kid Apocalypse! Slinging rhymes in the 616 Universe, Kid A is riding the line between good and evil with his partner in crime Dark Beast from the Age of Apocalypse Universe. Will he stay on the path of good, or will his nature turn him to evil.



Will Harrison

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