LIL CRIX TAPS BLP KOSHER FOR HARD-HITTING NEW SINGLE “KOLD SHOULDER”

Today, Haitian-American hip-hop breakout Lil Crix returns for the ferocious “Kold Shoulder” featuring BLP Kosher, out via Vulture Love/Capitol Records. Over menacing beats and sinister synths, the up-and-comer doesn’t so much spit bars as deliver threats. It’s a brutal calling card from one of the most exciting new artists in rap.

Listen to Kold Shoulder Here: Lil Crix, BLP KOSHER – Kold Shoulder (feat. BLP Kosher)

LIL CRIX TAPS BLP KOSHER FOR HARD-HITTING NEW SINGLE "KOLD SHOULDER"

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“I’m gonna give his dad the cold shoulder,” Crix raps over eerie percussion and ethereal, cascading synths. “Kidnap his brother, send them up just like a rollercoaster.” That sets the tone for the rest of the track as the rapper continues to fire off lyrical barbs: “PB and J, or purple Drake with a brown holster,” he spits. “Keep it special K with BLP, but I am not kosher.”  There’s a lived-in candor and unfiltered honesty that elevates the raw and rowdy anthem.

“Kold Shoulder” arrives soon after the epic single “Muppy” featuring Lil Double O and Faze Kaysan. It followed Crix’s laidback single “Iced Tea. To date, the latter has piled up nearly a million streams and earned praise from the likes of Rolling OutThe Urban Influencer, and more, with Sway’s Universe attesting, “Lil Crix has been rapping for just a short period, but his talent is unquestionable.”

KOLD SHOULDER

Hailing from Lauderhill, FL, Crix found the support of superstar Kodak Black after just a month in the rap game. Since then, he has performed on marquee stages like Spotify’s “Most Necessary” show in Miami and garnered millions of streams across his tracks “Power Freestyle,” “Kick Yo Doe” [feat. Nardo Wick], and Kodak Black’s “Dirt McGerk” [feat. EST GEE & Lil Crix].

Now, with “Kold Shoulder,” Crix keeps his foot on the gas, leveling up with another knockout track.

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About Lil Crix

When Lil Crix got his chance, he grabbed it. The young artist from Lauderhill, Florida, had been rapping for barely a month when Broward County hero Kodak Black spotted his talent and took him under his wing. Since then, Crix’s hard-hitting anthems have made him one of Florida’s brightest young stars and earned him a deal with Kodak Black’s Vulture Love Label and Capitol Records. His self-assured charisma can be heard on recent songs like the Kodak collaborations “Spin the Block” and “Dirt McGerk (with EST GEE)” and the forceful “Power Freestyle.”

As he prepares to release his debut project, he’s set on staying true to himself while expanding his sound. Raised by Haitian parents in Lauderhill, Crix credits his upbringing for providing him with a fighter’s spirit. Listening to other artists who were rapping about the lifestyle he was living every day made him believe he could do it himself. At the end of each studio session, he jumped in the booth and rapped about his experiences, posting the snippets on Instagram.

Soon, Kodak Black went from liking Crix’s posts to bringing the young rapper to the studio, where he showed and proved. While Crix’s life has changed drastically, he was built to adapt. He never chased the spotlight, but the spotlight came to him. Now he feels a responsibility to take his music as far as it can go—and to share the shine with those who came up along with him.

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