Need something to help you really kick into gear? Connecticut duo WHOKILLEDXIX have just released their new track, Thump, and it'll get you feeling like you've just run a marathon.
Karm The Tool and Yung Skayda, the two halves of WHOKILLEDXIX, are big fans of rapping over glitchy production, and Thump turns this up to 11.
The pair have made a name for themselves by mixing together hip-hop and punk, and their bars on Thump sound like they could be whispering Satanic chants. It's all part of the whirlwind experience of listening to WHOKILLEDXIX.
2021's been a big year for the group, releasing their Fall Damage EP, as well as linking up with Deftones for Ceremony (Ceremonial Version). They're racking up listeners while staying true to their sound, and being a fan of WHOKILLEDXIX is one way to make life just a little bit more exciting.
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Check out Thump below. It's unlike anything we've heard in a long while, and it's got us wanting more from WHOKILLEDXIX. It's hard to know what they'll release next, but whatever they drop, we'll be listening.