Destiny – [KILLY]

After a long summer tearing up nearly every festival stage around the globe, KILLY is continuing his onslaught on the rap game with his latest video for “Destiny”. This is arguably one of KILLY’s most visually appealing videos to date, set in a dream-like world with multiple versions of the rising Toronto powerhouse plotting on each other. This song is off KILLY’s most recent album Light Path 8, which has been a major step in showing his rabid fanbase the range of music he is capable of mastering. When he first began making moves, KILLY’s energy is what set him apart from the competitive Toronto scene and on this latest offering he has been able to completely switch gears to a new sound. Watch the video for “Destiny” below and check out the album here!

Swag Flu – [KILLY]

Toronto emcee KILLY has been on a quick track to the top after catching the world by notice with his uncontrollable energy and lightning-quick bars. KILLY is one of the most exciting talents to come out of The 6ix over the past few years, his sound cannot really be attributed to any of his peers. This is refreshing as many of the largest Canadian city’s artists can begin to blend together. On his latest release “Swag Flu”, KILLY comes at this beat with much more relaxed energy than we’ve seen in past tracks. The change in style is welcomed as it shows that he is really building up his range in terms of the music he’s making. We haven’t heard much from KILLY since his KILLSTREAK EP dropped at the tail end of last year. Ideally, this is only the beginning for the young artist, I would predict that his next album will be of historic proportions. Watch the video for “Swag Flu” below and stream on all platforms here!

Reasons – [a4] Ft. [KILLY] x [SEGA]

The first artist to make his Lyrical Lemonade debut today is a4, who just dropped a brand new record titled “Reasons” featuring Killy and Sega! I wasn’t too familiar with any of these three artists going into this song so I didn’t exactly know what to expect, but I was pleased with the melody that they created & complimented with some aggressive verses. I am going to take a closer look at each of these artists catalog after I finish this post, and I highly suggest that you guys do the same, click play below!

Nervous – [Famous Dex] Ft. [Lil Baby] [Jay Critch] [Rich The Kid]

Chances are you tuned in for the Famous Dex, Rich The Kid & KILLY track back in May titled Guap that was consequently leaked and now, a new version has surfaced from Dex as he taps Lil Baby, Jay Critch & Rich The Kid once again for, Nervous. Sticking to the same production from Take A Daytrip, the energy is set at an all-time high as Dex opens with his catchy hook before QC’s Lil Baby jumps in for arguably one of the best features we’ve heard from the Atlanta native since his emergence. Followed by verses from the Rich Forever mates that were certainly no slouch either, Nervous comes as a wake-up call for everyone that Dex hasn’t gone anywhere and you’d have to hope that we are nearing another project from the Chicago native very soon. Having said that, kick off your weekend with Nervous at the link below and keep posted for the next one from Dex & company very soon!


You can always count on KILLY to bless us with some of the most rage-worthy music out and now, he has put it all together in a new EP titled, KILLSTREAK. Sitting at 5 tracks in length, executive production came from Canada’s own hitmaker Wondagurl including extra sauce from FrancisGotHeat, Y2K & several others. 7 months separated from his colossal debut project Surrender Your Soul, it seems as though the Toronto-based artist was testing new sounds and deliveries throughout the tape and immediately after finishing up with the standout in Beautiful Pt.2, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s also no secret that the Hood Hokage has become a regular over here at LL and ever since the unforgettable Killamonjaro video last year, the 21-year-old rockstar only continues to evolve. That being said, kick your weekend off right with the KILLSTREAK EP below and let us know which tracks you’ll be bumping in the comments!

Raf Ricky/ N***as Be Lame – [Yung Bans]

If you’re a regular on our pages you should be well aware of LL favorite Yung Bans. Returning to our platform with a pair of tracks in Raf Ricky & N***as Be Lame, the Atlanta native is back to prove that he remains one of the hottest young stars in the game. With production from Mexiko Dro and Dolan Beatz, Bans blessed each beat with his smooth vocal deliveries on designer clothing, chilling with women and his money being long like a thread. Following the Uzi & Tracy-assisted Let’s Play from last month and debut single from the forthcoming YungWolf tape, his ability to switch up his style in each release simply can’t be ignored and is just another reason why he is, in fact, 1 0f 1. Don’t sleep on the latest from Bans below and keep posted for more from him in the near future.

No Names – [Yung Bans] & [Danny Wolf] Ft. KILLY

Along with announcing their forthcoming YUNGWOLF project, the powerhouse duo of Yung Bans and Danny Wolf are here with the first single from the tape today in No Names featuring KILLY. Produced by the likes of Wolf, Othxello & LMC, the vicious instrumental was the perfect foundation for Bans & KILLY who collided with their boundless energy on never switching up and steering clear of the no names. Chances are you heard the last Danny Wolf/ Bans collab in his tribute to XXXTentacion and with only a snippet circulating of another Bans/ Killy track produced by DJ Carnage, it’s safe to say we’re more than sold on their chemistry. Waste no time letting loose No Names below and check back from more details on the YUNGWOLF project very soon! Produced by: Danny Wolf, Othxello, LMC 

Rivals – [No Jumper] Ft. [KILLY] & [Smooky MarGielaa]

After snippets surfaced back in March on Killy’s Instagram, No Jumper records have officially unveiled their next single in Rivals featuring the Toronto native KILLY & Smooky MarGielaa. Gearing up for the first-ever No Jumper album that will also include the Tay K & Blocboy JB-featured Hard, the likes of KILLY went ahead and handled the vicious chorus while Smooky jumped in for a verse of his own that coalesced flawlessly with the rage from KILLY. It’s too early to say whether or not Rivals will outshine its predecessor (check out the visual for Hard courtesy of Nicholas Jandora) but what’s already certain is that this forthcoming project is shaping up to be jam-packed with the fire that will infest No Jumper & music fans playlists alike. That being said, get into Rivals below and stay tuned for the next single from Adam22’s imprint. Via: No Jumper 

Allegiance – [KILLY] & [Wondagurl]

It’s well-known that when a new track from KILLY arises, the hip-hop world has to take a brief pause in their regular programming. Coming through with the Wondagurl-produced slapper today in Allegiance, the pair of Canadian talents went ahead and proved why they are some of the most promising names on the come-up in their respective professions. With help from the medieval-like sample from The Stranglers in Golden Brown, the intro rides out before KILLY blasts onto the scene with his unlimited energy found in-between his cutthroat lyrics that take any track to that next level. It also goes without saying that KILLY is a favorite over here on our pages and if he’s not yet on your radar, you’ll find it difficult not to hit that replay-button after a first listen. Don’t take my word though, make sure to let loose Allegiance and comment whether or not you’re feeling the latest from KILLY below!

Guap – [KILLY] Ft. [Rich The Kid] & [Famous Dex]

KILLY has been a frequent face here at LL over the past few months and today, he finds his way back with a surprise offering featuring Rich The Kid & Famous Dex titled Guap. Surfacing on SoundCloud hours ago, the Take A DayTrip-produced hitter is an instant bounce as the trio bedazzled with energetic verses in-between the hook from KILLY that demands the rage right off the jump. It isn’t clear how the suspected leak actually came to be in our possession, but unfortunately, in this day & age it’s something that has to be worked around as an artist. On the other hand, fans of KILLY certainly aren’t going to complain; so be sure to dive into Guap immediately and let us know who had the best verse of the trio.