Last year, Lil Burnout (FKA 36Reezy) was one of the most entertaining, bright young faces to come out of Baltimore. His drug-influenced rap and precipitous mentality made him someone to watch all summer of 2016. Now, as he gears up for the release of his debut project, he teams up with a newcomer for this year in Baby Kahlo and frequent producer tyepacino for “You.” A love ballad of sorts, “You” follows the story of two rappers detailing their separate visions of intimacy – whether it be Burnout’s “you roll one, and I roll two” or Kahlo’s “I really miss you on the late night when you out here doing shows.” Listen to “You” below.
Justice Gray is the Co-Founder of The Demo Tape and has served as the site's Editor-In-Chief since 2015. Gray's primary focus has been on the underground music scene, especially in his hometown of Baltimore, MD.