With the help of a rapid grassroots fanbase drawn to his cutting-edge aesthetic and earworm hooks, multi-faceted artist KILLY is Canada’s most exciting rap riser. Bringing his mutated and melodic strain of trap music to a new level, KILLY shares “Triple Helix,” his new single. Produced by WorkingOnDying collective member OogieMane (Drake’s “I’m Upset”, Lil Uzi Vert’s “That’s a Rack” and “Sanguine Paradise”) and 16yrold (Sheck Wes’s “Mo Bamba”, Playboi Carti’s “I Promise You”), “Triple Helix” is a futuristic flexer’s anthem, complete with reverberating keyboards, wavy synthesizers, and a slight reggae feel in the percussion. Rocking a motormouthed flow and tossing out otherworldly ad-libs, “Triple Helix” finds the Toronto rapper rhyming with a confidence that earned a positive reaction from Drake
when KILLY dropped a sneak peek at the track on Instagram: “Can’t fear man, but I might fear God/Got the whole world all in my palm/Stand on the Benz make me feel so tall/In high demand, I got what you want.”
After a year in which he earned multiple JUNO Awards nominations, shared his Light Path 8
project, signed to Epic Records, toured with NAV in North America, headlined his own European tour, and performed at Lollapalooza and Rolling Loud New York, “Triple Helix” heralds an even brighter future for the 22-year-old rapper of Bajan-Filipino descent. The rapper finishes up a run of performances as a supporting act for Young Thug and Machine Gun Kelly in Denver on November 5th. Stay tuned for much more from KILLY before 2019 comes to a close.