Green’s Dictionary of Slang

kick out v.2

(US, )

1. to pay up.

[US](con. 1920s) J.T. Farrell Judgement Day in Studs Lonigan (1936) 505: I’m kicking out my twelve-fifty a share.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘More with Less’ Wire ser. 5 ep. 1 [TV script] No-one’s kickin’ out O.T.

2. to work something out.

[US]D. Hammett ‘Too Many Have Lived’ in Nightmare Town (2001) 312: Take it easy [...] We’ll kick it out together.

3. to play music.

[US]P.E. Miller Down Beat’s Yearbook of Swing n.p.: kicking out: very free; improvising.
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Apr. 3: kick out some jam – to play music in a very involved, often loud, manner.

4. to fail.

[US]D. Mamet Glengarry Glen Ross 17: A deal kicks out [...] I still got to eat.

5. to produce, to create.

[US]P. Beatty Tuff 167: Ol’ girl was kicking out gear, jewelry, sucking balls.