Buzzing New York drill rapper Kay Flock unveils his debut project The D.O.A. Tape. Listen HERE.
The eight-track collection kicks the door open with the intense and infectious “Is Ya Ready” where his screams cut through thick bass and anxious production. On “Opp Spotter,” his gruff flows cut down adversaries as an ominous beat rattles. Then, there’s “Speed Racing” where he leans into pummeling verses with a gruff delivery before an unnervingly catchy hook.
He recently dropped the music video for “Being Honest (Remix)” [feat. G Herbo]. The clip captures his intense delivery onscreen as he turns up next to multiplatinum Chicago drill star G Herbo.
He made headlines with his appearance during Meek Mill’s Madison Square Garden show in New York along with his surprise Rolling Loud NY performance. Meanwhile, he flexed with a knockout feature on Lil Tjay’s “Not In The Mood” alongside Fivio Foreign.
He paved the way for The D.O.A. Tape with a trio of bangers: “TCardi” [feat. Dougie B, Lil Skrap 1090 & Justo B], “Brotherly Love” [feat. Dougie B & B-Lovee], and, most recently, “Being Honest.” Beyond piling up millions of streams, he also attracted critical acclaim. Pitchfork contended Flock “revitalized New York Drill.”
The D.O.A. Tape is just the beginning for Kay Flock.
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