Lil Skies & Yung Pinch Have a Hit With "I Know You"

The track debuts via its official video.

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Fresh off the very recent release of his “Montana” collaboration with Yung Bans and Matt Ox, Lil Skies links up with another young superstar for the video in support of the new record “I Know You.”

A collaborative effort from Skies and Yung Pinch, “I Know You” bridges the gap between the accessible, chart-topping sounds of both artists and should pique the interest of the fanbases who support them. The video comes to us courtesy of director Nicholas Jandora, a visual artist known for his previous work with Skies. Notably, Yung Pinch also began this month with another high-profile collaborative single, “She Don’t Want to Wake Up.”

You can check out the video for “I Know You” above. Skies’ debut project, Life of a Dark Rose, is currently riding high on the Billboard 200 chart and will soon be supported on the summer touring circuit.

Earlier this month, Lil Skies went the solo route for the unveiling of his latest major single, “World Rage.”

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