K.B. da Kidnappa
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Birth name

Kenneth McGee


Houston, Texas, United States


Hip hop, Southern hip hop



Years active



Spittin Venom (2005-present)

Associated acts

Da-Hit Squad, Lil' Flea, South Park Coalition, Street Military

Kenneth McGee, better known by his stage name K.B. da Kidnappa, is an American rapper from Houston, Texas. He began his career as a member of the group Street Military, with whom he released four EPs in the early-1990s and the album Steel Gangstaz in 2001. He also released a collaboration album with fellow Street Military member Lil' Flea, titled A Frightening Portrait of the World in a Violent Time, in 1997. 

He was the first member of Street Military to embark on a solo career, as he released an album with funk/soul group Ova-Tone, titled Deep n tha Mind, in 1994. The album is credited as "Ova-Tone featuring Kidnappa", though K.B. makes frequent appearances throughout the album. In 2005, K.B. released his debut solo studio album, The Underground, on his label Spittin Venom Records. He released his second album, Spitting Venom, in 2006, which was succeeded by Ghetto Raised EP the following year. In 2011, he released his third album, An Army of One. His fourth and latest album, Black Mamba, was released in 2013.

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