The Toronto-based producer, KRILLA, has been an all-time favorite of ours at Heard It Here First. KRILLA has impressed his audience, unveiling unconventional heaters over the past few years. He […]
The Toronto-based producer, KRILLA, has been an all-time favorite of ours at Heard It Here First. KRILLA has impressed his audience, unveiling unconventional heaters over the past few years. He has still managed to perform for his fans amidst the pandemic at this past summer’s Spring Awakening digital festival, for a b2b with fellow up-and-coming artist Slooze.
KRILLA has been inspired by reputable producers like Skrillex and Zeds Dead. His appreciation for the art of music began at a young age which reflects in his effortless talent at creating innovative bangers. KRILLA delivered last November with his rendition of RL Grime’s “UCLA” ft. 24 hours. This effort exemplified his innate ability to put his unique spin on a mainstream track, which he has also shown with remixes of Travis Scott’s “Butterfly Effect” and Billie Eilish’s “All The Good Girls Go To Hell”. He also recently released on Bassrush’s V3 of their Prophecy compilation album.
Today, KRILLA is back with his lethal new single “Brain Splat”. The single’s subtle introduction draws the listener in, then hooks them with the sped up tempo that leads into a gnarly heater of a drop. KRILLA has yet again proved himself as an innovative producer and we cannot wait to see what it to come in 2021 for this promising artist.
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