New Music: KYLE heads “To The Moon” with first single of the year
The “iSpy” artist continues his run.
After garnering the attention of fans with his 2017 breakout hit, “iSpy,” KYLE is back with another one.
His newest single, “To The Moon,” marks the emerging artist’s first release of the new year, during which he references the success he’s had based off that one track alone.
“We doing well, if you couldn’t tell,” he rhymes over a laidback instrumental. “All my friends brought whips / Skrrt! That was off one hit.”
Elsewhere throughout the song, he mentions how he’s far from calling it a day now that he’s gotten used to what success looks and feels like.
“Used to star in plays / A jack of all trades,” he boasts. “Crib in California every day is a vacay / Got a landin’ pad, n—a, ain’t no parking space.”
Last year, KYLE dropped off three loose singles, “Sunshine,” featuring Miguel, the Ty-Dolla $ign assisted “Off of It” and “All Mine” alongside MadeinTYO.
Take a listen to KYLE’s latest, “To The Moon,” below.