Killa Kyleon - ESE

Posted 3 years ago
Chinky P

It’s been a minute—over a year, in fact—since we last heard a new solo feature from Killa Kyleon. What’s the H-Town veteran been up to since July 2011, when he dropped off You’re the One? Running the streets, naturally. On new single ESE, Kyleon reminds us why his homies on the block call him el jefe. Over Chinky P.‘s trunk-rattling trap production, the former Boss Hogg Outlaw boasts about the masterful fashion in which he conducts his dope hustle, taking special enjoyment as he describes his merciless methods of dealing with snitches. Now that Killa’s made his official return to our pages, are you fiending for more fresh tunes? Then keep your browsers locked for further fresh song releases leading up to the January 22, arrival of the artist’s latest street album, T.R.I.L.L.

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