With the directorial debut of none other than Ryder Ripps [Kanye West, Travis Scott, Pop Smoke], the clip plays out like a big-screen science fiction epic. Plunging right into the action from the first frame, KILLY barely escapes from the clutches of an alien femme fatale. He hops into a dune buggy with Y2K who blasts their pursuer with a keytar laser only to fall into further peril. You need to view it to find out more. It perfectly complements the track with its otherworldly plucked guitar, emotive verses, and hypnotic hook.
Most importantly, “OH NO” sets the stage for much more to come from KILLY very soon.
This year started with a 4th JUNO nomination for his sophomore project Light Path 8, followed by the release of the heavily-anticipated and sonically advanced track “Sailor Moon” as well the video for his trap-lullaby “Drought” with 16yrold. His growing catalogue habitually displays his versatility and emphasizes his staying power, as he introduces us to the next chapter of his ascent.