20-year-old rapper and producer KTOE – who was first introduced to the hip-hop world through his affiliation with Jazz Cartier – has released his official solo debut single.
KTOE was the only guest appearance on Jazz’s critically acclaimed debut, Fleurever, and also produced three tracks on the album. Most notably, the album’s best performing single, “Right Now,” where he provided the hook and music. The song is Jazz’s highest charting single to date, currently sitting at No. 46 on US Urban radio charts.
“KTOE’s debut single ‘Holy Ghost’ carries with it all of the hallmarks of a KTOE record; heavy bass, hard punctuated beats and catchy flows, that has had music industry insiders scoping his every move.”
The Toronto-native is currently signed to Dr. Luke’s Prescription Songs Publishing, and has been booking a lot of studio time producing music for artists like Big Sean, Roy Woods, Bhad Bhabie, Ty Senoj, TripSixx, and more.
“Holy Ghost” – HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day – was released with video support powered by director Elliot Muscat. You can check that out below, or stream the record on SoundCloud.
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