Killy tour venues
Killy tour dates
Killy is a young rapper who has been making a big name for himself in the hip-hop world. He is known for creating trap-style jams, which is a genre of rap that was developed in the American South and mixes gritty, forlorn lyrics with heavy bass beats and synthesizers. While working in this hip-hop subgenre, Killy has won over a legion of fans and developed a distinct style all of his own. His releases have included the 2018 album Surrender Your Soul and the 2018 EP Killstreak. If you want to see this rap artist live, grab your Killy tickets at StubHub.
Killy, whose real name is Khalil Tatem, was born in 1997 to Filipino and Bajan parents in Toronto. Although not a French speaker, he attended a Francophone school before moving to Victoria, Canada. From an early age, Killy showed an interest in music. In his free time, he learned to rap while also playing soccer. When he moved back to Toronto with his family, Killy began to take his musical talent more seriously. He made a name for himself by integrating himself in the Toronto nightlife. This led to him developing connections that would eventually help him record and release several songs in 2015. After he posted his raps on SoundCloud, Killy created enough buzz to land his record deal.
Killy�s biggest hits
Killy had big hits right out of the gate. His 2017 release �Killamonjaro� was the first ever single he released, and it skyrocketed him to instant stardom. Produced by Gray Jacques, the song is a mix of dark, melodic trap sounds and foreboding lyrics. �Killamonjaro� was popular enough that it was certified Gold by Music Canada. Killy also had a hit with his second single, �Distance,� which was also certified Gold by Music Canada.
Killy biggest concerts
After releasing his debut album, Killy embarked on a solo tour called "Surrender Your Soul." He has played some of the best venues across America, including the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles and the House of Blues in New Orleans. Killy also performed at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami and delighted the hardcore crowd with killer raps and his unique stage presence. In addition, he was a featured performer at the JMBLYA festival in Houston.
Similar to Killy
After you've purchased your Killy tickets, you should also check out Lil Skies, an American rapper who has stormed the Billboard charts with the singles "Nowadays" and "Red Roses." Yung Bans is another popular rapper who mixes trap sounds with melodic overtones.
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