Krillz, North London's rising 18-year-old rapper, has released his highly anticipated track "Boujee," which is already generating a lot of buzz and is expected to become a viral hit of the summer.
The official music video for "Boujee" was shot by DON PROD, a renowned videographer who has worked with notable artists such as Tion Wayne, Pa Salieu, and Nines. The video features high-energy visuals with a narrative that revolves around Krillz being pursued by a woman who is attracted to his material possessions.
"Boujee" has already gained significant traction, amassing 500k views on a burner social account. The track exudes a warm, summer vibe with its brass horn production and energetic verses, making it an ideal choice for DJ sets and live performances during the summer season.
Growing up in Islington, North London, Krillz is part of the first generation of drill artists. He has been a fan of drill music since 2017, listening to influential artists like Headie One, RV, and 410. Krillz has developed a unique way of signaling the sound and mood of his music to his fans. In his music videos, he uses different colors to convey specific meanings. For instance, when he wears yellow, it represents a sense of "litness," while red is often associated with emotional songs.
Krillz is not confined to one particular sound or style. The driving force behind his music is the desire to motivate himself and inspire others to improve their situations, enhance their lives, and strive for self-improvement. Through his music, Krillz aims to be a source of motivation and empowerment for his listeners.