KRADDY and Eko Zu have teamed up with vocalist Kill Will yet again, this time to deliver the melodic masterpiece “Soul Killa.” This emotionally charged anthem has everything one could want in a track, and Electric Hawk has the exclusive first listen.
A pioneer of sound, KRADDY is one of electronic music’s most influential figures of today. With a monstrously successful solo career as well as being one of the founding members of The Glitch Mob, he stands in a league of his own. Formerly a trio, Eko Zu is now a one man show, but that hasn’t stopped him from pumping out hit after hit. Also known as DJ Ian Hicks, he blends genres to create an eclectic and dynamic sound sure to please even the most discerning listener.
“Soul Killa” is another instant hit from this powerful musical alliance.
“Soul Killa” isn’t the first time we’ve seen these talented minds come together. Earlier this year, they joined forces on the highly acclaimed track “Like A Feather.” The single was accompanied by a talent-packed remix compilation featuring names like Champagne Drip, Opiuo, and ill.gates.
With lush melodies alongside jaw-dropping cinematic soundscapes, “Soul Killa” draws the listener in from start to finish. Vocals from Kill Will round out the composition with emotion-filled lyrics that perfectly complement the production. Building from a tranquil lead into an explosive bass-fueled drop, the listener is taken on a soul-stirring journey that is sure to leave a mark.
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