On his new song, "Guap," Toronto rapper Killy appears to have moved beyond the need to legibly rap, instead acting as a being of pure energy on his own track, holding down the song through rhythm and instinct. As such, it makes perfect sense for him to grab two other rap game wild boys in Famous Dex and Rich the Kid.
The production, which is handled by Take A DayTrip, rides forward on a deep bass line and an advancing piano melody, which gives enough room for Famous Dex to act his absolute weirdest, rapping about getting nervous around a bunch of girls. Rich acts as a grounding force here, delivering a verse that seems extremely normal compared to the other two.
Check out "Guap" by Killy, Famous Dex, and Rich the Kid.
Too many brand new fences
I count up these dead faces
Never let go, start lurking
Do it for me bitch, show me what your worth is