Lil Kee lets fans in-with a new single, “Letter to My Brother.” He spits over soft keys and wailing guitar riffs on an instrumental produced by Turn Me Up Josh.
Lil Kee pays homage to his late brother Lamar and plans to continue his legacy,
“Sometimes I cry manytears this shit don’t feel right.”
Natural bars paired with Lil Kee’s gravelly voices; the record is vulnerable. Directed by ShotbyWolf, the video finds the rapper celebrating the life of his older brother with his loved ones beside him before taking a solo walk through the graveyard.
Lil Kee is relatively new, but his fans are drawn to his soft melodic tone, raw lyrics, and roaring cadences. The young rapper is already drawing comparisons among some of the heavy hitters in the game, like Lil Baby. Tracks like “Swing My Way” and “Parked A N****” deliver the southern charm and familiar tempos fans love. His singles Catch A Murder” and “Fake Sh*t fit 42 Dugg “ have collected hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify and over 5M views combined on YouTube.
Lil Baby hand-picked Lil Kee for his 4Pockets Full roster. “I can definitely see him up next,” said Lil Baby to XXL.
“Only thing he gotta do is keep his formula and just keep putting out music, and he got it.”
He stands out with his open-hearted street records and his ability to produce “pain music” authentic to his story.
Lil Kee is bringing a fresh perspective and telling stories only he can deliver. His voice is one you can’t forget, and we’re here for the journey.