In the days leading up to the release of Kid Rock and Kid Rock2, we took a moment to look back at the best and worst songs ever written by the two musicians.
While some songs have had their day, others were overlooked because they didn’t really fit Kid Rock at all.
In honor of Kid’s 25th anniversary, here are the best, worst, and most important songs from Kid Rock to date.
If you missed any of the best Kid Rock songs, be sure to check out our list of the top 10 Kid Rock moments.
If there’s one song that is still the definitive Kid Rock song, it’s “Ice Cream Cake.”
As with “Rock Your Body,” “Ice Cakes” is a pretty classic Kid Rock hit.
But the song’s lyrics are also about what it means to be a “kid” in 2016, especially in an era where we’re still dealing with the legacy of the Columbine massacre.
There’s no denying that “Ice Cake” is one of the most iconic Kid Rock tracks, and the lyrics and video make it one of his most personal songs.
But there’s a lot of good stuff in there, too, from the chorus to the chorus.
It’s one of those songs that makes you feel like you’re a part of the story and it’s an anthem for all of us.
If the “IceCakes” video didn’t get you to stop and think about the song, then the track “Rope” will do the trick.
The song has always been Kid Rock in some way, shape, or form.
In a time where we have a ton of pop music being pushed to the side and replaced by more of the mainstream, the Kid Rock video is one that really resonates with people.
The video features a bunch of Kid rapping over some of his favorite songs and the band’s signature dance moves.
The end result is a video that is all over the place and, in the case of “Ropes,” has all kinds of pop-rock influences.
It also makes for a fun video for people who are fans of the band, which is what we’re going for.
This song is the first song on the new Kid Rock album, “Kid Rock 2.”
While Kid Rock hasn’t been making any music since 2012’s “Rethinking Rock & Roll,” “Kid” has been in the public eye for a while.
While the song is mostly a tribute to Kid Rock, the video also has Kid Rock playing a guitar and wearing a mask.
That mask has been a popular feature on the album cover for years now, and “Kid’s” video also features a cover of the song.
If you’re into that sort of thing, you’re going to like this song.
The album is out June 15 and features a number of other Kid Rock hits.
It comes with a video for “Ice Candy,” which features Kid playing the guitar and singing the lyrics to “Ice Sugar.”
That video has also been used on the cover of “IceBag.”
The video for the song “Boys Don’t Cry” features Kid Rock performing the song and wearing his mask.
The cover of that song features Kid and Kid in the same scene, and it looks like the video has Kid singing the same line.
There are also several other Kid rock videos on the site, including the Kid Stone videos for “Get Low” and “Halo.”
And you can see Kid Rock perform some of the songs he wrote for “Passion Pit” at the beginning of “Fatal Attraction.”
The new album also includes an extended version of the Kid rock “Paint It Black” video.
You can listen to it here, but if you’re looking for some Kid Rock rapping action, the extended version is the best place to start.
“Painted It Black,” the video for which features a scene with Kid Rock sitting in front of a mirror, is also great for the album’s soundtrack.
The Kid Rock intro is also in there and is an instrumental that features some of Kid rock’s best moments.
The rest of the album features the Kid songs from the past, including a couple of classics from the Kid’s past.
“Dirty Laundry,” “Lil’ Riddick,” and “Ice,” among others, all feature Kid Rock doing some of those classic Kid rock things.
If the Kid has some favorite Kid Rock tunes, the album might not be the album you were hoping for.
We hope you enjoy our review of the new “Kidrock 2” album, and feel free to leave a comment or two about any of these songs below.