Clocking in at just over half an hour, the 10-track project introduces the no-frills, modern nostalgic, sharp, yet witty partnership between the Brooklyn MC and revered producer. To Kill A Sunrise features only one guest feature from Haile Supreme on “Go Now,” leaving space for KOTA The Friend to share his views on success.
“It’s a privilege to work with Statik. He’s been a brother to me since I started making music. This album is a statement, it’s no fillers, bars, and amazing production. I’m coming for it all, my way and I’m not taking no for an answer,” KOTA The Friend said in a statement. Statik Selektah added, “I’m excited for the world to hear this. Really serious soundtrack with him at his best lyrically. I love that KOTA has made his own lane for himself the way he has so independently.”
Stream KOTA The Friend and Statik Selektah’s To Kill A Sunrise on Spotify and Apple Music.
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