After dropping the track Sailor Moon and its accompanying visuals back in May, KILLY returns with a new single “OH NO” featuring production from Y2K. Like other tracks that brim with emotion and reference the Toronto rapper’s personal experiences, “OH NO” is no different. KILLY laments the difficult but necessary end of what’s been a tumultuous romantic relationship.
“Oh no/Hate to say that I feel like it might be the time for us both to move on,” he raps. “You knew me, don’t know me, I’m not the same man that you loved from before/Stop holding on to our past life, I’m not the one you want.” Clocking in at two and a half minutes, the breakup anthem is driven by guitar strums and 808s. Later this month, KILLY will release the visuals for “OH NO” with the help of creative director Ryder Ripps, who oversaw art direction for the late Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album.
Listen to “OH NO” below and expect the music video to go live later this month.
For more music releases, DUCKWRTH has shared a new track called “Coming Closer” with G.L.A.M and Julia Romana.